10 Things No One Tells You About Flying
Flying high in the sky on an airplane can be one of the most terrifying experiences for many people, especially those who have a pronounced fear of flying in the first place. It has been said that the more often you fly, then the more nervous you tend to get. However, your fears are not going to be calmed by reading the facts listed here. In fact, your fears may grow by just a little bit. Here are ten things people don’t tell you about flying, but you should really know anyway.
While flying out over the ocean, there is no radar tracking the airplane, which means if you go down there is nothing anyone can do. Once an aircraft is about 150 miles out over the ocean, the radar coverages stops.
Believe it or not, a lot of people will fake a wheelchair-type injury in order to get preferential treatment. This means they can get on the airplane quicker, despite not actually having a disability whatsoever.