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    Article: Air travel Safety: What is the Most secure Seat in an Airplane?

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    must be the pilots
    i have learnt to do what my wife says!


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    They are usually the first ones to splat on the ground
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    inside the black box...
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    Quote Originally Posted by belfast_dude View Post
    inside the black box...
    ...and you often get a seat in that then?

    They should build the seats out of the same stuff they use in F1 cockpits
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    Right at the back as they never reverse into mountains


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    I remember listening to a radio chat show where listeners called in with their flight safety stories...

    One guy called in and said that he had to wait an extraordinary long time for his flight to take off....the police had come aboard to arrest a man who was drunk...it was the pilot!

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    My mate was always scared stiff of flying, so never flew in his life....took a boat everywhere.... it was a real shame and surprise when he died in a plane crash ..... the plane hit the boat he was on and he drowned
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    According to the stats, right at the back seems to where most people have the chance of surviving. Mind you, if a plane falls out of the sky at 500mph, you'll have no chance wherever your seated.

    Last time Elsa and I flew to Manila, it was on one of KLM's old 777-200's ( now replaced with -300's) we had the last row of seats where there are only in 2 in a row, rather than 3, so theres a bit of space by the window and slightly longer legroom.


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    If the plane crashes at a decent angle then the back seats where the staff sit with their backs to the front survive the most. It is well known in the airline industry that if all the seats faced the back, more people would survive, but the vast majority of people do not want to fly 'backwards' .... although we do it on buses and trains with no problem
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    If it goes down you have pretty much had it I reckon whever facing back,front or in mile high position

    Far safer than nearly any other form of travel,car travel being the most dangerous I bet but w hop into a car no prob


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    Quote Originally Posted by lestaxi1 View Post
    .... I bet but w hop into a car no prob
    No hopping required ... I have two legs
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