top 10 flight secrets flight attendants aren't telling passengers
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Let’s face it, airlines haven’t exactly been getting the best rap in the press or on social media right now. Nonetheless, many of us fly the friendly skies every day when we board a plane for work or pleasure. But are there some things that aren’t told to you as a passenger? Ahead we’ll show you why those bathrooms aren’t as private and secure as you think – or want. There’s also a lot of misinformation about autopilot and what it can and can’t do. The two pilots up in that cockpit are people who need to eat. However, there are rules and regulations as to when and how they can eat their food and it’s related to your safety. Have a small child? There’s a reason why you have to put your child in a seat beyond a certain age and it’s actually for the safety of everyone on board. Ever hear that dinging of the cabin chimes? It’s usually right before an announcement is made and the number of chimes you hear could reveal a lot. Then there’s the reason why most passenger planes cruise at around 36,000 feet. There are actually a few reasons for it. Rules about when you can and can’t use your phone on the plane are still a bit foggy for most people but we have the real truth behind it all. If those masks drop down out of the ceiling it means the plane is in a bit of trouble. We’ll give you the dirt on what it all means and whether you should be concerned. With all the worries about airline security we’ll also address the question of why no one seems concerned about someone accidentally or intentionally opening the emergency doors while the plane is flying. Finally, even in this day of electronic tracking and having the government snooping in our business, we’ll show you that there are many areas on the planet where flying can be like entering a bit of a black hole.
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