If you've ever wondered why the pilot is in extremely good time, when he/she announces that the plane needs to land, so you can rightly read on here.
For though it immediately makes perfect sense that the pilot 20-30 minutes before landing. points out that the passengers and cabin crew to sit to the right and take their seat belt in case of turbulence, it is perhaps not straightforward to figure out, why one does not belong more to the pilot, before the plane is in the security down on the runway.
According to The Sun, which has reviewed the legislation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is the cause, however, rather straightforward.
the Law reads, namely, that the pilots are not allowed to talk during the 'critical stages of flight', which among other things includes takeoff and landing.
the Rule was reportedly introduced after a series of fatal incidents are caused by 'bad behavior in the cockpit', which at least one of the events - according to a retrospective study - direct was because the pilots were distracted by other things other than fly the plane.
the Rule, which also applies to cabin crew, means that the staff must not make contact with the pilots, unless there is an emergency.
another thing that you might have wondered in connection with takeoff and landing, is the small detail which is that the seat should be upright when the plane takes off and lands.
Although it immediately seems bloody stupid, to an upright seat on board could save your life during a plane accident, so is there actually a good explanation behind it.
As Extra the Blade previously described, due to the rule namely evakueringsårsager, as a reclining seat for passengers behind less space to evacuate in the event of an emergency.
The same is true with the table, as they must not be knocked down during takeoff and landing.
The two småirriterende rules provides, however, the good sense, if you consider that almost half (45 percent) of all fatal accidents on flights happen during takeoff and landing.