How to Survive a Plane Crash

The next time a plane comes in, be prepared for a lot of chaos.

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) estimates that at least a third of all commercial airline flights have crashed since 2009.

The FAA has put the number at about half. 

The first thing you need to know about aviation safety is that there are rules to follow.

The rules are set by governments, airlines and other entities that make decisions about air travel, and they vary widely from country to country.

Here’s a rundown of some basic rules:Do you know any basic rules for operating aircraft?

Do you know what to do if you or a loved one are involved in a plane crash? 

Read more: I’ve Been a Planes, But Now I’m a Planes Guy Airline regulations vary greatly across the country. 

You need to follow the rules in your own country.

The United States has the largest set of regulations for air travel. 

For example, you can’t fly an airplane without a license, you have to carry your own seat, you cannot be under 18 and you cannot fly without a permit from a local authority. 

And you don’t even have to use the plane for the purpose of transport: if you’re on the plane, you are considered a passenger on the ground, and you must take a minimum of 15 minutes to get off. 

Some of the rules also apply to aircraft used for commercial flights.

You can’t use your plane to transport goods between a destination and a point of origin.

You also can’t be on board the plane if it’s carrying people or cargo.

You can’t transport people and goods within a certain distance of the airport, and in some cases you can only do so if you have a ticket. 

It’s important to understand the rules if you are flying from a certain destination, such as a major airport or a city. 

Here are some of the basic rules to remember:You can fly in a safe manner, with a high degree of caution. 

Keep the air in mind and do your best to avoid distractions. 

When in doubt, use your flight plan. 

Don’t leave your seat.

If you need assistance getting off the plane or getting off, call for help. 

If the flight isn’t safe, don’t go.

Don’t take off on the wrong aircraft.

It’s not safe. 

Aircraft can be difficult to control in flight. 

Always be ready to respond to an emergency. 

Be sure you’re flying safely. 

Use the same seat for both flights. 

Never change planes. 

Stay on the same flight path. 

Take off in the same direction. 

Do not attempt to land an aircraft if the landing is not safe or if you feel you cannot complete the landing safely.