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Is it safe to travel by airplane?
Yes, but it is highly recommended that you fly with your bird in the cabin.
As safe as they reasonably could be. In order to maintain air-worthiness, the FAA requires airplane owners to adhere to a very strict set of maintenance and repair regulations…. In addition airplanes are designed to be able to withstand severe abuse way in excess of what they actually see on a typical flight. Whereas cars and trucks are designed to be used and then discarded, aircraft are designed with ease of maintenance and reliability in mind. It is common to see a 20 or 30 year old car still running on the original engine, but an aircraft of that age would have had its engine overhauled or replaced several times simply as a regular part of its maintenance schedule.
Aircraft accidents are not only exceptionally rare, but alsofrequently survivable.
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Yes, it should be safe to travel by airplane with an ankle fracturehowever, if possible it might be sensible to have a companiontravel with you to help with luggage. It might …be worth checkingwith your doctor to see if he or she recommends you to travel ornot.
The key to safe travel for pets is booking with airlines that have developed cargo programs to make them more "pet-friendly."
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
The top surface of a wing is curved, the bottom is more flat. When the wing cuts through the air, the air must travel along the top surface faster than the bottom surface, in …order to maintain equal distribution. Nature likes equal distribution.. Due to shape of the wing, the air is able to do this without creating a vacuum.. But- The faster-travelling air above the wing has lower pressure, and therefore the air underneath the wing can push up, creating lift.. P.S. I could be wrong, or have omitted crucial physics/aeronautics terms.
it is a proven fact that air travel is still the safest and fastest way to travel in comparison to car, or bus or train.
Answer: Probably. The FAA mandates very strict guidelines pertaining to the operation, maintenance and repair of all aircraft, including privately owned and operated aircra…ft. So long as these laws are followed to the letter the aircraft should be perfectly safe to fly in. That being said, there are private aircraft owners out there who do skirt the regulations. However it is very uncommon. If there is any doubt, check it out. The tail number of any aircraft can be looked up online to find out who the owner is, and you can then research or even contact that owner to ask questions. Also all aircraft should have the FAA-issued Airworthiness certificate displayed somewhere in the cockpit, ask the pilot for it and make sure it is up-to-date. Airworthiness certificates cannot be issued to aircraft which have not been properly maintained and documented. Even airliners must have this Airworthiness certificate. Ask to see it, and if its not available, dont fly with them! Additionally, most pilots are very familiar with people who are reluctant to fly. Discuss your misgivings with them and most will be perfectly happy to walk you through the preflight inspection and/or discuss the history of the aircraft youll be flying in.
It's "are', "Is" is not proper spelling. And the answer is yes.
Compared to other modes of transportation, Planes are the safest mode of travel. However, I would note that they are also the lowest number of transportation as well, and don'…t have much room for human error outside of the pilots. But yes, they are quite safe.
I havent flown with cape air my self but i know that my friend flew with them, She said the hospitality was exelent and would recommend flying with them. So i would say they a…re safe to fly with
No, it was neither safe, nor comfortable.
First off airports take a lot of measures so that they don't have to worry about thunderstorms but to answer your question they are perfectly safe you have more to worry about… the turbulence that will be created then the lightning itself
by making the front pointy like a real airplane!
Generally, yes. Aircraft don't have a "path to ground", so there is no particular attraction of lightning to aircraft. However, lightning does occasionally strike aircraft, …and sometimes causes some damage to the fuselage of the plane. While flying a routine patrol mission over the north Pacific ocean, our US Navy P-3 Orion patrol aircraft was struck by lightning, which fried our aircraft's radar system and sent a ball of "ball lightning" bouncing down the aisle to the tail. Quite impressive, and it caused some costly damage, but no injuries.