8. Airplane food is tasteless, and there is no one to blame for it.
It’s not the fault of the ground staff. The reason is that at high altitude our taste buds and sense of smell start to baffle us. Insufficient humidity, noise in the plane, and low pressure also play a big role in this.
7. Comfortable clothes help you stay healthy.
When on a plane, opt for comfortable clothes with breathable fabrics. It will help greatly when trying to fall asleep. Also, remember that it’s better to wear loose-fitting clothing to prevent the development of deep vein thrombosis. Formal clothing might be a bad choice in this case. Try to avoid caffeine, even during the day, to be able to fall asleep at night. Remember to bring earplugs and a light sleeping mask with you.
6. Pilots communicate with flight attendants via a bulletproof door.
It’s true that pilots have a bulletproof door with a special security code on it. The code will workif a pilot doesn’t take any action within 120 seconds after the code had been entered. It is done in case all the people in the cabin pass out due to depressurization, for example. In regular situations, stewardesses cross-check pilots over the phone. They must do it every 40 minutes during the day and every 20 minutes at night to make sure of their working capacity.
5. The smoothest place to sit is often over or near the wing.
A flying plane is like a seesaw. The “rockiest” seats are in the back. So if you want to have a calm and quiet flight without too much rocking, choose seats in the middle near the wings.