tie dye polo How To Prevent and Survive A Plane Crash
Take the passenger safety card out of the seat pocket and follow along while you listen to the safety briefing. Always take a moment to review the card before subsequent takeoffs and landings.
One of the best things you can do to be prepared is to mentally plan the actions you would need to take in an emergency. As part of this plan, count seat rows between you and at least two exits.
If you have any questions about the safety procedures, ask the flight attendant. Flight attendants are professionals;
they know about the safety procedures of the aircraft.
FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELT
Of all the safety features aboard the aircraft, one of the most important is right at your fingertips+ Your Seat Belt. In a recent study, nearly 300 turbulence related serious injuries to passengers were reported over a 10 year period. None of the injured had their seat belts fastened. To prevent turbulence related injuries,
Fly Smart travelers should always: