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Can horses travel by airplane?
Yes, amazingly horses can travel in special airplanes. Of coarse it can't be the kind of airplane that people travel in, but it can be done!
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From 28,000 to 33,000 feet.
Yes! Horses are transported by plane every day. All ages and types of horses are flown if they are sold to a home in another country. Competition horses are also flown. Horses… can be flown on a regular cargo plane like Fedex, or a specialty plane like this one: http://www.suttonforwarding.com/AboutUs.aspx
i could give you some funny answers but, the straight answer is, "yes". I am a pilot and I have a friend that has flown with distinguished horses as his PX (passenger). The ho…rses are not allowed to be sedated and they must be accompanied by a handler. The horses are not fed or watered while en route.The handler can be the trainer, a veterinarian or the owner and etc.. They are put into a specialized padded "tie stall" that can be lifted into the hold with a forklift. The hold is pressurized and climate controlled. The forklift ride seems to be the most stressful part of the trip for the horse so for their own protection they are fully enclosed. The most stressful time of the trip for the owner may be when he pays the BILL.. It is not a cheap ride. Answer Yes. FedEx has a special animal charter flights that are available upon request. They have special stalls that hold the horses and extra seats and oxygen for the caretakers. The MD-11F can carry 84 horses on one flight from Canada to Japan. And these are the large breed of horses like the Belgian horses. The horses are mildly sedated. And you may ask why ship Belgian horses to Japan? It is a delicacy. They feed the horses for a few months to let them gain weight. The shipping cost is about ~$2000 for each horse, but the horse steak sells for about $300 per lb. The horses are shipped from Canada because the USA out-lawed the meat processing of horses. Canada has plants that process horses for food and other uses. Custermen
it is only safe if your doctor tells you it is, it might be safe for you but it wont be safe for people around you because the germs are in the air for a however long the jour…ney is, but mostly it depends on what your doctor says, so the best thing would be to see your doctor/gp. hope this helps :D
Usually around 600 MPH
The first president to fly in an airplane while in office was Calvin Coolidge in 1933. ? ?The first ex-president to fly in an airplane was Theodore Roosevelt, who flew as a pa…ssenger in a 4-minute flight in one of the early Wright biplanes on October 11, 1910, a year after he had left office. Theodore Roosevelt rode on a very short flight with the Wright brothers. The first sitting US president to fly in an air plane was Franklin Roosevelt. Theodore Roosevelt flew in a plane soon after he left office, so you can say he was the first ex-president who flew in an airplane. You can find reports that Calvin Coolidge took a plane ride while he was in office, but these reports can not be verified.
Commercial jets usually fly at 10,000 metres. How high can planes fly? It gets technical: A manned air-breathing jet aircraft following an uncontrolled b…allistic trajectory reached 37,650 metres (123,523 feet). A manned air-breathing jet aircraft in controlled horizontal flight flew at 25,929 m (85,069 ft).
Children ages 5-7 years can only fly on nonstop or direct flights with no change of planes. * Children ages 8-14 years can fly on nonstop or connecting flights, but may not …connect to other airlines, with the exception of Delta Connection carriers (excluding AA Eagle) and Air France. * Children 15-17 are not required to have unaccompanied service but we will provide it when requested. * An unaccompanied child can not be booked on the last connecting flight of the evening. This is to prevent the need for an overnight stay in a hotel.
Your ears pop in planes because the air high above the surface of earth is less dense than air near the surface has all the air above it pushing it down.
Yes. Statistically speaking it is the safest mode of common travel.
The air pressure in the cabin of the airplane changes slightly as it goes up and down, just as the air pressure in a car changes when it drives up into the mountains or ba…ck down towards the beach. The changes set up different pressures on the inside and outside of the eardrum, making the ears feel "stuffed" and interfering with hearing. In most people, the eustachian tubes (small tubes inside the head that connect the middle ear with the mouth and nose) open from time to time to let air in or out of the middle ear, which equalizes the pressure and produces a popping sound. However, in some people, these tubes refuse to open, and then the pressure builds up and produces pain in the ears. In the worst case, the eardrums may rupture, but usually it just produces severe pain. This condition is called ear block. It's not a health risk (unless it's bad enough to rupture the eardrum), but it's not pleasant. It is often worse on the way down than it was on the way up. You can help avoid it by pinching your nose shut, closing your mouth, exhaling into your mouth and nose, and then swallowing. This tends to open the eustachian tubes to equalize the pressure. If you have problems every time you fly, ask your doctor about it. There may be something he can do to fix the problem. Sometimes taking a decongestant before a flight helps, but usually only if the problem is due to a cold or flu.
Different planes travel at different speeds. They range from aprox. 280 mph to 2200 mph. Here's a record chart. Insect. Australian Dragonfly 36 mph (58 km/h) n/a . Bir…d (level flight). Red-Breasted Merganser 80 mph (129 km/h) n/a . Bird (dive). Peregrine Falcon 217 mph (349 km/h) in a 45Â° dive n/a . Autogyro. WA-116F 120.5 mph (193.76 km/h) 18 September 1986 . Rotorcraft. Westland Lynx 249.10 mph (400.55 km/h) 11 August 1986 . Biplane. Fiat CR42B 323 mph (520 km/h) 1941 . Piston-Powered Seaplane. Macchi MC72 440.68 mph (709.21 km/h) 23 October 1934 . Piston-Powered Aircraft. Grumman F8F Bearcat 528.33 mph (849.55 km/h) 21 August 1989 . Turboprop-Powered Aircraft. Tupolev Tu-114 545.07 mph (876.47 km/h) 9 April 1960 . Jet-Powered Flying Boat. Beriev M-10 566.69 mph (911.24 km/h) 7 August 1961 . Jet-Powered Aircraft. Lockheed SR-71A 2,193.16 mph (3,326.60 km/h) Mach 3.3 28 July 1976 . Rocket-Powered Aircraft. North American X-15A-2 4,520 mph (7,274 km/h) Mach 6.72 3 October 1967 . Winged Vehicle. Space Shuttle Columbia on re-entry ~ 17,000 mph (27,340 km/h) Mach 25 14 April 1981 . Manned Vehicle. Apollo 10 capsule on re-entry ~ 24,790 mph (39,885 km/h) Mach 36 26 May 1969 . Interplanetary Vehicle. Voyager 1 ~ 38,600 mph (62,070 km/h) launched 5 September 1977 . Manmade Object. Helios 2 ~ 150,000 mph (241,350 km/h) 17 April 1976
Yes! Some get a slight headache due to the pressure differences, but others have no problems at all. Some people use a Dr's not to get the wand instead of going through …the metal detector in order to avoid the magnetic field interfering with the shunt setting. However, my son has never had a problem.
in your luggage you can but on a carry on bag.
15 years old
I HATE travelling through airplane. Perhaps travelling with ryanair. First you have to wait hours before your gate number comes up. And then when you get on the plane they try… to sell you the most expensive things on earth which you could get in the supermarket for about 1/2 that price!
Yes. However, from the security requirements you may be required to place the device in a solid container and this will be situated in the cargo area. As you'll be travell…ing with two different airlines and therefore potential long haul it would be expedient to check with both carriers and currently there has been a number of security alerts across some of the European air spaces. /