Previously, a flight attendant revealed why passengers should avoid complaining about turbulence.
Speaking to MailOnline, Belinda said: “As much as I wish I could summon the powers of the earth, I cannot predict nor change the inclement weather happening in the atmosphere around us.
“We don’t know how long turbulence will last.”
Not only is it pointless to complain, Belinda claims this is something you shouldn’t worry about.
If there is something to worry about, a pilot previously shared the truth about landing a plane at night.
Writing in his book “How to Land a Plane”, author Mark Vanhoenacker explains the troubles he’s faced as a pilot.
He said: “Most of us think of airports as quite well-lit places and it’s truth that the apron areas around the terminal buildings are often brightly illuminated.
“But taxiways and runways are so subtly lit that picking out an airfield at night, especially in an urban landscape often involves looking for a particularly dark spot.
“Close in, thankfully the approach and runway lights are unmistakable.”
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