With over 10 million trips per year, the flight is still considered one of the safest forms of transportation. In fact, you are safer to fly in an airplane than traveling by car at all of our speed in California, explains a lawyer in the country. However, while flying is reliably safe, the Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, reports that the leading causes of personal injury injuries are turbulence and unexpected decompression, occurrences that unfortunately seem to be on the rise.
Recently, a flight from United Airlines from London to Los Angeles was diverted to Montreal due to serious injuries caused by ten people during an extreme vortex over the Atlantic Ocean. The passengers who were not physically injured were clearly shocked.
According to reports from the new KABC, there were about 200 passengers on board the Boeing 777 when suddenly experiencing a severe vortex. One of the main reasons that many passengers suffered a serious injury was that the seat belt mark was inactive. One of the flight attendants suffered a broken leg, and several passengers were hit in the head by the attack on their heads.
In the United States, about 58-60 people are injured every year by not wearing their seat belts during flight. Since 1980, US air carriers have been involved in 234 accidents of the turbulable type, resulting in 298 severe injuries and 3 deaths.
In addition, about 40-50 accidents and rapid decompression aircraft occur every year. A huge explosion ripped a 1.5-meter hole on the top of the plane, and passengers were afraid to fly on a short flight from Phoenix, Arizona to Sacramento, Calif. They had only seconds to find and wear their oxygen masks, Only two people were personally injured in this flight, according to a local lawyer.Although more cracks were found on the southwest of B 737, it is
Since the Federal Aviation Law regulates airlines, they are held on a high level of handling their passengers.The airline and its employees are required to do everything reasonable to prevent injuries from occurring.Especially, this is why the pilot usually discourages cabin movement during flights by illuminating "tighten your seat belt." While swirls and sudden pressure pressures are often unpredictable, you can help ensure your safety by always wearing your seat belt during the flight.