Flight Attendants Reveal Secrets Of Flying And What It’s Really Like Working For An Airline

You Might Want To Think Twice About First Class

It is probably not worth sitting in first class if you think you will be safe in case of a problem. Studies have shown that in the event of a plane crash, people sitting at the front of the plane are more likely to die.

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The safest seats are those located a few rows away from the emergency exit and aisle seats. Studies have shown that passengers in the rear of the aircraft have the highest survival rates compared to those in first class. In any case, no matter where you sit, it’s always wise to wear your seat belt. Also, never miss the little training session that the flight attendants give before take-off, it can really be very useful in case of a problem!

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