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8 Eye-Opening Facts We Didn’t Know About Aviation

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Such an interesting article!
But now the questions that bothers so many people, why do we need to put the phones on the flight mode during the flight?
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The transmitter on the plane is so close to the phones that we use on the plane, so the devices can communicate at their lowest transmitting power level. In order to avoid errors in the systems they ask us to switch the phones to the airplane mode
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Thanks for the info :)
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That doesn’t bother me. Just switch it off! It’s not like you can get a reception in flight.
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Very informative article. Finally got to know the answers that have always interested me
thank you guys
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standing up on flights, horrible option. and what if there's a problem and you aren't allowed to deplane for 3 hours or more as I have experienced?
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The "droop snoot" (moveable nose cone) was an Anglo-French design. The Russians copied "Concorde" the world's first delta wing airliner to travel faster than the speed of sound. Other than that, item 6 is correct.
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