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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Flight Attendants

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Flight Attendants

How to Get the Most out of Your Flight. Maybe you love to travel by plane, or maybe just the idea makes you clench your teeth in terror, but we bet you didn’t know all of this. It’s time to ask the experts who fly all the time: flight attendants to reveal their secrets and tips on how to make your flight more comfortable and safe.
Many of us consider ourselves experts at navigating departures, flights, and takeoffs almost as naturally as we get out of bed in the morning or take a walk around the block. But however experienced you are, learning some of these insights about airplanes can make your flights more pleasant. It might also make the experience better for the pilot and crew of flight attendants who have to do this all day, every day.

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All-male crews are a thing of the past. 1:21
Not waiters, but captain’s assistants! 2:36
The crew is just as frustrated as you are. 3:25
Don’t sleep during takeoff or landing. 4:05
Sleeping when cruising is a great idea. 5:13
Chicken or fish? 5:47
Follow instructions — or else! 6:42
Sit toward the back. 7:45
Rely on your flight attendants. 8:49
Flying tips straight from the pros! 9:18

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SUMMARY
-Before 1930, the crews of airplanes were 100% male, including the pilot, ground crew, and all of the flight attendants. Over a hundred years, the gender roles reversed, and many now see this as a primarily female profession.
-In reality, a flight attendant’s job is to assist the captain by managing the cabin during a flight.
-Airline crews are typically paid by the hour, but only the hours spent in actual flight are paid. A flight doesn’t actually start until the door is closed.
-Experienced flight attendants recommend avoiding falling asleep on take-off, descent, and landing. Not only will you not be attentive during these dangerous parts of the flight, but it can impinge on your comfort.
-Attendants encourage passengers to sleep on night flights, deliberately delaying food service to let people fall asleep.
-Some flight attendants use a trick to get more people to choose the fish: they say that the fish is a “special” from the “chef,” reserved exclusively for this flight.
-Some airlines supply their flight attendants with tasers to deal with passengers who don’t comply. Safety is very important on planes, and they’ve got to be able to control a situation.
-Especially if you’re a nervous flier, you’ll be pleased to know that the back seats tend to be far safer, statistically speaking.
-Flight attendants are trained in first aid and CPR. They can treat small wounds, assess symptoms of common traveler illnesses, and even deliver babies in-flight.
-Never take your shoes off on a plane. Lots of passengers use fold-down tables for all sorts of things: as writing surfaces, pillows (with drool-catching action!), or places to change a baby. Use antibacterial disinfectant, and clean the tray for your own safety. Flight attendants have very little free time during a flight. If you’re thirsty, rather than pressing the call button, consider going up to them to ask for a glass of water.

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10 Flight Attendant Secrets You Don’t Know About

A plane in the eyes of flight attendants and a plane in the eyes of passengers are two completely different worlds. We often have no idea about some secrets that the crew is hiding.
Here are ten tips from flight attendants on how to get the maximum comfort in a plane. Pay attention to fact number 10: doing this, you actually insult air hostesses!

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You’re allowed to ask for more food 0:33
Check the presence of a life vest before taking off 1:00
If you accidentally smoked, use the ashtrays 1:37
Don’t be squeamish during the flight 2:04
The lavatory door can be opened from the outside 2:38
Be the last person to board 3:02
Avoid too much alcohol 3:29
Avoid the bulkhead seats 3:51
Drink only bottled water 4:13
Don’t applaud at the end of flight 4:48

SUMMARY
- All excess containers with food are immediately discarded after the flight. Therefore, if your stomach demands more, don’t be ashamed to ask a flight attendant for another serving.
- For safety reasons, always check your seat before the flight to make sure the life vest is there and not stolen by some sentimental kleptomaniac.
- If you suddenly find yourself in the lavatory with a cigarette in your hand, at least use the ashtray. And then pay the fine.
- Blankets and pillows aren’t washed, just refolded. Food trays aren’t washed. The seat trays are wiped, the carpets are cleaned, but you cannot be sure there wasn’t a passenger in your seat who suddenly felt sick.
- Many aircraft have the door lock mechanism itself installed under the No Smoking sign on the toilet door. If you raise the flap with the cigarette image and turn the bolt, the door will open.
- If you and your fellow traveler checked in at a different time, there’s a solution: just board last. When all the passengers take their seats, you can immediately see which seats are free. 
- Flight attendants warn that one glass in the sky is equal to two on the ground. And it's true since altitude affects blood in such a way that alcohol during a flight affects you much more than on the ground.
- If there are passengers with babies onboard, they’ll most likely take the bulkhead seats. This happens because it’s easier and safer to place a baby carrier there. 
- It’s better to drink only bottled liquid onboard. You should avoid tea, coffee, and water from the sink.
- The flight is not a roulette game; this is their job. People who travel a lot know this and don't clap as much.

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11 Secrets Flight Attendants Will Never Tell You

It’s hard to surprise an experienced traveler, but there are still some things you’ve probably never thought of. Did you know that anyone can open a locked lavatory door from outside while you’re inside?! Sound uncomfortable, right? Here're several secrets that are only known to employees and the most curious passengers.

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Hooks on the wings 0:57

An ax in the cockpit 1:25

The black triangle 1:51

An auxiliary power unit 2:20

Air Marshal Service 2:47

Crew rest compartments 3:09

Handles by the emergency doors 3:30

Air conditioning system 3:47

A Cooper vane 4:15

A hole in the windows 4:45

Unlock the lavatory door 5:12


SUMMARY:
- In most planes, to use an emergency exit slide, passengers have to step onto a smooth and slippery wing. To make this easier, a special hook was designed.
- According to many countries’ laws (such as the USA), an ax is a piece of emergency equipment and must be stored in the cockpit.
- You probably noticed those small black triangles on board some airplanes. As an Airbus A320 captain says, they mark the places where the wings can be best seen from.
- When boarding the plane, we always hear a noise even though the engines aren’t working yet. It is caused by an APU that provides power for the systems while the engines are out.
- Air Marshals fly incognito and can quiet down a troublemaker or even disarm a terrorist.
- Some airplanes have small hidden rooms for the cabin crew where they can relax during lengthy flights.
- Handles by the emergency doors are made first and foremost for the flight attendants to hold in case of panic on board, so they aren’t pushed off the plane by passengers rushing to the exits.
- Have you ever wondered where the air we breathe on board comes from? It’s being bled from a compressor stage of each engine turbine.
- Airplane windows have three pieces of glass: the outer one keeps the pressure at bay, the inner one deals with damage from inside, and the middle one, in which the hole is made, regulates the airflow.
- If your child accidentally locks themselves in the airplane bathroom, to unlock the door from the outside, lift the LAVATORY sign and slide the knob into the unlocked position.

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9 Secrets Airport Staff Don't Want You to Know

Only the people working at airports know how things really go down there, and they have many secrets they don’t want you to know. We’re about to change that and reveal 9 surprising truthful facts from airport world every traveler will like to know.
Passengers’ most private “bits” that they would prefer to keep hidden are clearly displayed on the screen of powerful “naked scanners” at some airports. If it makes you feel any better, security personnel are obliged to destroy these images as soon as they’ve made sure that a person doesn't present any threat.
Most airports have specific experts called profilers. These people practice what’s called SPOT, or the Screening Passengers by Observation Technique. Their job is to notice the non-verbal signs of anxiety, such as people licking their lips, itching, or looking around a lot. Special cameras that perform a similar task transmit the information to a computer and, in cases of dangerous levels of aggression, the suspect will be stopped by airport security for a detailed inspection.
Before your luggage gets on the plane, it goes through five security levels, and one of them (besides scanning the contents) includes being checked by a special dog that can sniff out drugs or other dangerous chemicals.
The menu for your flight is developed up to a year in advance to plan its budget and save money. In fact, American Airlines managed to save $40,000 after they removed just one olive from every salad they served on their flights.
One dispatcher has about five monitors, and the information on them is constantly changing since the monitors show weather conditions and information about other planes.
Airport staff have to foot the bill for the tickets of passengers who have invalid visas or no visa at all and can’t be allowed into a foreign country. That's why the people at the check-in counters make sure you have a valid visa to the country of your destination because nobody wants to pay for your flight.

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They see us naked. 0:36
They’re specially trained to analyze “off” behavior. 2:10
They know how aggressive you are. 3:15
They have no idea what happens to your luggage once it leaves the airport. 4:07
They have dogs that check your bags. 5:18
Your food is cooked around the clock. 6:16
The airport controls the planes more than you’d think. 7:03
They most certainly will check the validity of your visa, no excuses. 7:44
They know what’s been in your hands. 8:20

SUMMARY
-Special scanners that require passengers to lift their arms up when going through them actually let airport security see you completely naked.
-“Profilers” work in both the main halls and in passport control and carefully analyze facial expressions, gestures, and behavior in order to detect suspicious people.
-In a lot of big airports, there are special cameras that can determine if a person is drunk or under the influence of drugs. And even more advanced imaging technology can detect a certain level of aggression.
-Baggage is sorted automatically: scanners scan the barcode and sort the baggage according to its destination. Airport staff don’t really care about where it goes and if it gets dirty on the way.
-Dogs distinguish smells from 10,000 to 100,000 times better than people do and work as one of the 5 security levels your luggage goes through.
-Giant airport kitchens work 24/7, and the menu for your flight is developed up to a year in advance.
-There are 3 types of air traffic controllers: en-route, terminal, and tower. Each of these dispatchers has their own specific area of responsibility.
-If the airport staff finds out that your visa has expired or you just don’t have one when you enter their country, you’ll be deported by the same airline that brought you there.
-Special “memorizing” machines can easily find traces of drugs or explosives on your hands.

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10 FLIGHT ATTENDANT SECRETS That You Don't Know About!

Today's video is my top TEN surprising flight attendant secrets revealed that you (probably) do not know about!! I talk about the REAL reason we tell you to turn your phone off, why you should ALWAYS carry hand sanitiser with you on an aircraft, what it means when we dim the lights for take off and landing, why pilots are NEVER allowed to eat the same meal...and a whole lot more!

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10 Things You Should Never Wear on a Plane

How to make a journey by plane comfortable? What to wear on a plane and what to avoid? Here's 10 tips from flight attendants and travelers about things not to wear on a plane.

Whether you’re choosing an outfit for a short or a long-distance flight, it’s important that you feel comfortable while staying out of trouble at the same time. Watch it and figure out which clothes can put your journey to a halt right at the plane’s door!

Remember, you can totally make comfort look stylish! For example, a maxi dress paired with a denim jacket will look very fashionable, while simultaneously providing all the comfort you need.

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Perfume 0:35
Tight clothes 1:19
Complicated items 2:16
Clothes or jewelry containing metal 2:49
Summer clothes 3:37
Contact lenses 4:34
High heels 5:05
T-shirts with offensive text 6:31
Itchy fabrics 7:44
Baggy clothes 8:21
How to dress for a journey by plane 9:12
BONUS 9:58

SUMMARY
- Avoid heavy perfumes for the sake of your fellow passengers. A prevailing number of people find scented products on others irritating, and there also could be people with allergies and asthma on the flight.
- Avoid tight clothing, especially when your flight is longer than 4 hours. People on a long-distance flight are at a risk of developing DVT (deep vein thrombosis).
- Clothes with a lot of buttons and zippers won't make your flight experience the most comfortable one.
- The best thing to do is to go for natural materials and take off any jewelry (even gold, which seems safe enough to wear) until you pass completely through security screening.
- It makes sense to have different layers of clothes – this way, you can always control how warmly you’re dressed. What is more, if your luggage is lost (we all know that the chances of this happening are quite high), you will always have a spare change of clothes.
- In an aircraft, the average humidity can get as low as 10-20%, and in extreme cases, it can drop down to 1 percent!
- Not only can heels potentially be used to store prohibited items, but they also contain an internal metal construction that will definitely set off the alarm. Nobody would enjoy standing barefoot on the airport floor.
- There have been people prohibited from boarding a plane because of the way they were dressed. The reasons can vary: too much cleavage, a low-cut dress, saggy pants, an offensive T-shirt, bare feet, or even leggings while flying on an airline's employee pass.
- avoid itchy and scratchy clothes - they will definitely become a bother on the flight. The thing is, hot and cold temperature fluctuations on a plane make your skin very sensitive.
- Tracy Edwards, who works for AAA Travel Sales, says that if you want to pass through security quickly, you should avoid loose-fitting clothes. There is a one hundred percent chance that you will be stopped for additional screening because you’ll look like you’re hiding something under your huge hoodie.

Check the airline’s dress code.
Such a policy can be found on their website. If your dream isn't to become famous for being kicked off a plane because of your leggings, study it carefully. By the way, that last example with the leggings is based on a real story. It happened to 2 teenage girls flying with United Airlines. They missed their flight since their leggings failed to comply with the dress code of the airline!

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10 Things People Do That Annoy Flight Attendants!

Today I am discussing the top TEN things that passengers do that annoy flight attendants! I started my flying career 3 months ago and so far I love it! Except for just a couple of things that get under my skin, and other flight attendants skin! So, if you want to avoid pissing off your flight attendant, definately avoid these 10 things!! Of course, this video is all in good fun ;) If you have done any of these things, well, you are definately not the only one- it's all part of our job!

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10 Little-Known Tricks for Perfect Sleep on a Flight

How to sleep easily on a plane? People who can easily fall asleep on a plane are among the lucky few because most of us aren’t able to doze off in a cramped space, sitting in such an uncomfortable position and surrounded by total strangers.
What if we told you there are some simple tricks that can help you catch some Z’s on board? Who knew that flying on a Tuesday or keeping your seat belt fastened could actually make a difference?

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Night is the best time for a flight 0:34
The best days to fly are Tuesdays and Wednesdays 1:27
The perfect seat is by the window 2:16
Tilt your seat back to the max 3:17
Clothes should be warm and comfortable 3:58
Fasten your seat belt over your clothes 4:43
Get yourself some sleeping accessories 5:25
Control the scents around you 6:05
Put your gadgets away 6:59
Food and drinks 7:34

SUMMARY
- It’s great if you can pick a flight for the time you usually sleep at. Wake up 2-3 hours earlier on the day of your flight to help you fall asleep faster on board later on.
- If you want fewer passengers and more space, pick the most unpopular days for booking flights: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, as a rule. You might even get up to 3 seats to yourself!
- Always try to pick a window seat to rest your head on the wall and not be bothered by your neighbor wanting to get up to go to the bathroom. If you normally sleep on your left side, aim for seat A. If your right side is your preferred sleeping position, pick the window seat on the opposite side of the plane.
- If you want good quality sleep in the cabin, adjust your seat as far back as it’ll go. Just make sure the person behind you doesn’t mind.
- To have a sound nap onboard, you should wear loose clothes made of natural materials that don’t constrict your movements. If your airline doesn’t provide blankets, take a jacket and warm socks too.
- A seat belt fastened over your clothes or blanket won’t make your sleep more comfortable, but it will prevent flight attendants from waking you up if the plane experiences turbulence.
- Light and noise are the main culprits that keep you from getting needed shuteye. So this answer might be obvious: use a sleeping mask and earplugs!
- You can control the scents in your immediate surrounding. Just sprinkle the head rest or your travel pillow with some lavender oil or any other essential oil you like.
- Don’t watch movies on your phone, tablet, or laptop because the blue light of the screen wakes your brain up. Most sleep experts say you should put away all your electronics at least half an hour, or, better yet, an hour before you plan on dozing off.
- If you want to be fast asleep, don’t overeat onboard. The food should be light and healthy, while the best drink option is tea (the herbal variety is perfect) or just plain water.

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The 10 BIGGEST Travel Mistakes TO NOT MAKE

The 10 BIGGEST Travel MISTAKES I've Made, so you won't!
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What They Don't Tell You About Becoming A Flight Attendant

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21 Amazing Facts About the Secret Service You've Never Heard Of

The work of the “men in black”, also known as the United States Secret Service, is shrouded in mystery and myths. We’re about to lift that veil of secrecy and discover some facts about these special agents. Their secret headquarters, code names they give presidents, their distinct hand position: there’s a lot to find out.
The vice-president, the first family, former presidents and their families, and visiting heads of foreign states are also under the protection of the Service. Presidential candidates are also taken care of for 120 days before an election. All agents also undergo a skills development course every 8 weeks to keep them on top of their game.
Each president’s route is thoroughly researched so that a hospital is always 10 minutes away. The agents have this time to take emergency measures.
Jimmy Carter’s code name was Deacon, Bill Clinton was called Eagle, and Donald Trump’s code name is Mogul.
One of the Secret Service’s rules is that the president should never be left alone. Agents have to participate in everything in his life, including his hobbies and visits to the doctor.

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There are more of them than we think. 0:43
They don’t just guard presidents. 1:00
There are 3 service phases. 1:31
They’re trained to throw themselves in front of bullets. 1:53
They’re ready to provide first aid. 2:23
They keep a bag of the president’s blood on them. 2:50
Mount Weather isn’t a myth. 3:20
Presidents have code names. 3:58
There are motion sensors in the floor of the Oval Office. 4:30
They participate in the president’s hobbies. 4:49
They go to the doctor with the president. 5:18
They track all threatening letters. 5:49
They monitor and record everything. 6:37
They don’t take an oath to die for their president. 7:07
There’s only been one agent killed in the line of duty. 7:28
They keep their headquarters a secret. 7:50
The Secret Service was established the day Lincoln was shot. 8:24
The Secret Service wasn’t created to protect the president. 8:48
They don’t always wear sunglasses. 9:14
They make mistakes too. 9:36
Their hands are always ready. 9:55

SUMMARY
-There are around 6,500 agents.
-Technically, the Secret Service has to protect anyone the President orders them to guard.
-Agents first have to work in the office for 3 years. The second phase with challenging tasks lasts for 4-7 years. In the final phase, an agent is promoted to a higher position or returns to office work.
-They use bullets specifically made for these training sessions that sting when they hit you and leave a colored mark but don’t actually hurt the agents.
-Every agent has basic medical skills and is ready to keep calm in a critical situation.
-Top agents always carry bags of the president’s blood so that there’s no risk with donors.
-One member of the Cabinet doesn’t attend State of the Union address because he’s hidden in an underground bunker in Mount Weather, Virginia under the protection of the Secret Service.
-For example, Barack Obama was Renegade, his wife was Renaissance, and their daughters were Radiance and Rosebud.
-Agents can easily trace any movement and any potential threat with the help of sensors in the floor of the Oval Office.
-Secret Service agents pick up different hobbies and develop new skills along with the Commander in Chief.
-The president can’t be alone with a doctor without an agent as an escort, no matter what the president’s problem is.
-The Secret Service checks all electronic and paper letters that contain any threats, even if they’re just a joke.
-Agents always use as many cameras and video surveillance as they can.
-There is no romantic “swearing” to take a bullet for the president.
-There’s only been one case in history when a Secret Service agent died for the President.
-The Secret Service headquarters is located in D.C. in a grey nine-story building without any identifying signs in H-street.
-President Lincoln approved the idea of Secret Service the day he was shot.
-Its original main purpose was to deal with counterfeiters and financial fraud.
-The glare or lack of light could cause them to miss something important, so the agents don’t always wear sunglasses.
-While Barack Obama was in an elevator with an armed officer, a man with a knife managed to trespass The White House grounds by jumping over a fence.
-Their finger position may differ, but the meaning is always the same: the agents are ready to react quickly and draw their weapons.

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10 Things You Should Never Do To Your Car (Never Ever!)

What things you should avoid while driving. Today’s cars are also packed with plenty of safety features like airbags, anti-lock braking systems, traction control, and shatterproof glass. However, despite your car’s sophisticated safety features or computer system, you could find yourself in a tricky situation at the worst possible time. And it’s still a good idea to avoid doing certain things.

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Don’t press the “Off” button while driving 0:58
Don’t select “reverse” while driving 1:50
Don’t select “park” while driving 2:26
Don’t attach too many keys to the ignition key 2:54
Don’t forget to change your car’s oil 3:35
Don’t overfill the engine oil 4:27
Don’t wait until the fuel tank is empty 5:05
Don’t ignore warning indicators 5:45
Don’t forget to check your tire pressure 6:31
Don’t forget to balance your tires 7:14

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SUMMARY:
- Some cars might require you to press the button for 3 seconds or more to shut it down. This is a safety feature in case you have a problem with your accelerator or brakes.
- If your car has cameras and a screen on the deck, the rear-facing camera might come on, or parking aids might become available, but the car won’t back up all of a sudden or come to a stop.
- If you shift to park while driving, your car might make an awful grinding noise and continue driving. Your car probably won’t suffer damage if you accidentally do this once.
- Gravity is still at work when you put your car keys into the ignition. During car rides, bumps and potholes will cause these heavy keys to pull and pull on the ignition until it wears out the tumblers.
- If you don’t change your oil, your car will run less efficiently. It will also stop lubricating the engine components, causing wear and tear. If the mechanical components continue to grind on each other, the car might become inoperable.
- The engine oil always comes with a dipstick, which has a mark to indicate the level the oil needs to be filled to. Fill it to this level and not to the top as if it were a bottle.
- Signs that your car’s catalytic converter has been damaged are that your car won’t accelerate when you press the pedal, your car’s fuel emission will drop suddenly, or your car won’t start.
- A good rule of thumb is that if you see a warning light on the dashboard, call or bring it to a mechanic as soon as possible.
- Checking your tire pressure is a good practice that often falls by the wayside. It’s even more important to do it when you’re headed out on a road trip or if your daily commute is over 30 minutes.
- If the tires are out of balance, you don’t have full control of your car, and your tires will wear unevenly.

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Being a Flight Attendant: EVERYTHING you need to know

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8 Car Secrets Only Experienced Drivers Know

Are you one of those drivers who trust their car mechanic fully? Good for you if you’ve found a true professional who takes good care of your vehicle! Unfortunately, not all mechanics are responsible and honest with their customers. There are several things they don't want you to know so that they can take advantage of you when you bring your car in.

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Your check engine light is on. You must have a serious problem! 5:57

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- The truth is that the biggest problem with the battery comes not from the battery itself but from the wires connected to it. The spots where they're attached to the battery get damaged by corrosion.
- Various car experts state that the earliest you should start to worry about an oil change is after driving a minimum of 7,500 miles.
- You'll probably agree that no one can ignore the terrible screeching of car brakes. But the most likely cause of these terrible sounds is rust on the brake pads.
- Some car service centers attract clients by promising free bumper-to-bumper examinations of their vehicles. After you bring your car in, a mechanic will most likely discover that it has tons of problems — which need to be fixed right away.
- Don't fall for the offer of free lifetime muffler replacement! If you agree to this, you'll just end up paying more money in the long run.
- Before you drive to the garage, mark the tires with chalk. You can write the letters RL on the rear left tire and FR on the front right tire. After you get your car back, check where the marks are.
- Few people know that the most widespread reason for the check engine light to appear on your dashboard is because your gas cap isn't fastened well enough.
- Your mechanic may suggest that you buy additives for the engine, gas tank, or transmission. After you agree, you find out that these additives cost you an arm and a leg!

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13 Secrets About Air Travel All Passengers Should Know

13 secrets about air travel all passengers should know. Like most things in life, travel requires experience. With each trip you embark on, you will start to get more comfortable and familiar with the means of travel, and it all begins from your planning, until the time you board your plane at the airport, where your journey all begins. But did you know that there are some things you don’t know about when you take a trip, specifically when you travel in the air? Well today, we’re going to get you up to speed with some secrets that you as a passenger should know about.

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01. When Is It Best To Buy Tickets?: 01:36
02. Airline Employees And Their Closest Family Get Reduced Cost Air Tickets: 02:18
03. The 7 Most Common Reasons Why Luggage Get Lost: 02:47
04. Locks Don’t Protect Luggage From Being Opened: 04:07
05. Why It’s Really Forbidden To Smoke Onboard: 04:55
06. Why Passengers Are Asked To Turn Off Their Cell Phones: 05:35
07. Aisle And Window Seat Armrests Can Be Raised: 06:08
08. The Reason Why There Are Hand Grips At The Door Inside The Plane: 06:39
09. The Captain And Co-Pilot Are Fed Differently: 07:07
10. Not All Minor Failures Are Repaired Immediately: 07:35
11. These Runway Numbers Are Important: 08:05
12. Be Polite, And You Won’t Regret It: 08:25
13. The Toilets Never Lock: 09:18

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1. When Is It Best To Buy Tickets?

Buying tickets can be a tricky part of the trip planning process. Time can be the difference in hundreds of dollars. Whether you choose to book last minute, or several months in advance, there will undoubtedly be price differences, and they’re always changing.

2. Airline Employees And Their Closest Family Get Reduced Cost Air Tickets.

For many airlines worldwide, employees of the company are offered cheaper, even free, tickets for themselves, and their immediate family. In most cases, the employee will only be charged the taxes and duties, leaving the cost of the flight free of charge.

3. The 7 Most Common Reasons Why Luggage Get Lost.

When travelling, worrying about your luggage can be one of the most stressful parts of your journey. We all want the things that we packed to stay close to us, and not be tampered with. Sometimes, it can be out of our own control, unfortunately.

4. Locks Don’t Protect Luggage From Being Opened.

This is a common idea that most travelers have; placing a lock on the outside zipper of your luggage. Though this may seem secure, and only you really have the keys to unlock it, there are too many professional thieves who can easily pick it and open it.

5. Why It’s Really Forbidden To Smoke Onboard.

Smoking on airplanes has long been a thing of the past, with people having their speculations as to why. Some may think it is a potential fire hazard, however, smoking was once allowed on airplanes, and there weren’t any related fires.


6. Why Passengers Are Asked To Turn Off Their Cell Phones.

Though we may think that our cell phones can cause critical interference or malfunctions on the airplane, that isn’t exactly the truth. It does, however, create static on the radio signal, which can lead to miscommunication from the pilots, and missing key information for the dispatcher.

7. Aisle And Window Seat Armrests Can Be Raised.

Comfort is a big thing on an airplane. Often times, we find ourselves crammed next to others, sharing an armrest. To our luck, we have access to both armrests, and they can both be raised and adjusted.

8. The Reason Why There Are Hand Grips At The Door Inside The Plane.

Some of us may have wondered why there are hand grips on the door inside of the plane. This is intended for flight crew in the event of a panic situation, where individuals can easily react and knock them down or even out of the plane. The hand grips will help the employee stay upright and keep their balance at a time like this.

9. The Captain And Co-Pilot Are Fed Differently.

The captain and co-pilot eat two separate meals during the flight, due to the risk of one of them potentially having a reaction or get poisoned, and are therefore unable to operate the aircraft. In this case, the pilot will get substituted by the other. This ensures that they aren’t both phased by any intake that will hinder their performance.

10. Not All Minor Failures Are Repaired Immediately.

There is an extensive list of things to be checked prior to a flight’s departure. Naturally, there are minor failures that an aircraft endures, and they aren’t exactly repaired immediately.

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7 Travel HACKS & Tips YOU NEED TO KNOW in 2019!

7 important travel hacks and tips you need to know this year! I partnered with Samsung on this video, to learn more check out:

Last year I created a video called 10 Travel Mistakes NOT TO MAKE, you guys liked it so much- I decided to start this year on a more positive note with travel hacks and tips you SHOULD do! This video combines vlog style of my travel adventures, with informative hacks and tips I gathered while on my recent trip to Japan. I didn't search any of this up, I genuinely learned these things on my own. Travel is all about learning. I hope you enjoy and find it helpful.

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Pilots Reveal 16 Nuances That Make Your Flight Safe

How to Travel when Flying on a Plane? You’ll get some pretty unexpected and useful insider-knowledge directly from different airline crew members. We'd like to share them with you before you set forth on your next trip!

Each profession has its own tricks of the trade that aren’t usually shared with anyone outside the professional circle. Aviation has always been a fascinating and mysterious line of work, and this makes it even more interesting to learn about all the secrets that we aviation outsiders have no idea about. If you’ve never heard of at least one of these facts, hit that “like” button!

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Pilots are prohibited from having a beard 0:44
It's cold on planes for the sake of your health 1:14
Planes never fly in straight lines 1:46
It's better to wear sturdy shoes on a flight 2:33
Pilots and dispatchers aren’t always formal with each other 3:15
The average person will never manage to land a plane 3:42
Flights delays affect not only passengers but flight attendants as well 4:26
Pilots have to take turns going to the bathroom 4:50
Airplane food is bad, and nobody’s to blame for it 5:27
Comfortable clothes help you stay healthy 6:14
Pilots communicate with flight attendants through a bulletproof door 6:38
The smoothest place to sit is over or near the wing 7:28
There’s a secret signal if the plane has been hijacked 7:56
A hard landing is sometimes done on purpose 8:14
Cabin lights are dimmed during a nighttime landing for a reason 8:50
There’s only 15 minutes worth of oxygen in the masks 9:15

SUMMARY
- Some airlines forbid their pilots from having beards. The reasoning behind this is that a beard can prevent an oxygen mask from securing to the face tightly in the event of an emergency situation.
- If the air in the cabin is too warm, it can trigger this problem, so that's why the air temperature is kept cool.
- Why curved lines? That’s because the Earth is round, but the map on the screen is flat. But what’s the zigzagging all about? That’s due to special flight regulations requiring pilots to stick to certain routes in order to have enough time to reach an airport in case of an emergency landing.
- Take it from experienced flight crews from around the world: they beg you to leave your backless sandals and high heels at home and go for sturdier shoes.
- There’s a tradition that dispatchers congratulate pilots on all holidays. Just imagine: around Christmas time, a pilot can have up to 4 flights a day, which means about 2,000 people wishing them a Merry Christmas.
- Even if someone is a genius, hooked on realistic flight simulators, or ready and willing to follow all the instructions from ground control, he’s still likely to fail due to one simple thing: stress!
- Flight attendants are paid only for in-flight hours. Time spent on the ground doesn’t count. The only thing that airlines offer is a small allowance for every hour spent at the airport.
- When one pilot needs to use the restroom, a flight attendant must join the other pilot in the cockpit and wait until the first one returns from his bathroom break.
- Tasteless airplane food is nobody’s fault but science. At high altitudes, our taste buds and sense of smell can play tricks on us.
- When on a plane, go for comfortable clothes with breathable fabrics. It’ll help you tremendously when you’re trying to fall asleep.
- Did you know that the door to the cockpit is bulletproof? It’s true! It’s designed to stop bullets and even small grenades.
- The freshest air is near the front of the plane, and the warmest temperature in the back.
- Pilots give a special signal to the airport when they’re landing: they leave the plane’s wing flaps up. It’s one of the ways to show that there’s something bad happening on the plane.
- When you experience a hard landing in bad weather, it doesn’t mean that the pilot is a newbie or lacks the know-how. In fact, sometimes they do it intentionally.
- Dimming the cabin lights helps passengers’ eyes adjust from the bright light of the cabin to the dim nighttime light on the ground.
- There’s only enough oxygen in the masks for just a quarter of an hour, but you shouldn't panic. This is plenty of time for the pilot to take the plane to a lower altitude where you can breathe normally.

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21 Interesting Facts About Airplanes, Airlines, and Flying

Interesting facts about airplanes, airlines, and flying. The thought of being up in the sky freaks some people out. Then there are those who don’t mind it at all and try to enjoy it as much as possible.

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For some people, being on an airplane or aircraft can be fun. For others, the cramped seating and average food can be seen as acceptable at best.

But if you are a fan of traveling, you know that your experience on a plane sets the tone for your trip. You want your flight to go smoothly, to be enjoyable and most importantly, it has to be comfortable. A good movie couldn’t hurt either. Some of us absolutely despise being on airplanes. Regardless of what kind of person you are, you can’t deny that traveling on a plane is an experience like no other. Being served by attentive and friendly flight attendants isn’t too bad either. In fact, being a flight attendant is a great job. Though their job might not be easy, flight attendants know a few secrets about the air traveling business.

here’s a little known fact about how often airplanes get struck by lightning!

It is normal for lighting to strike airplanes so don’t be worried. It is estimated that every plane in the United States is struck by lightning at least once a year. This happens more often when a plane is travelling through a heavily charged part of a cloud.


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10 things You Didn't Know about Garuda Indonesia..! World No 1 cabin crew 2019

About Garuda Indonesia
Presenting a new level of service excellence in air travel, Garuda Indonesia, the national flag carrier of Indonesia, seamlessly connects more than 90 destinations worldwide to not only one of the largest economies in Southeast Asia, but also an array of exotic destinations in the beautiful archipelago of Indonesia all at once. With more than 600 daily flights, Garuda Indonesia proudly serves its passengers with the award-winning Garuda Indonesia Experience service, which highlights the warm Indonesian Hospitality and rich diverse culture.

Garuda Indonesia group currently operates 202 aircraft with an average age less than five years. This amount is accommodated by Garuda Indonesia as a main brand with a total of 144 aircraft, and Citilink as a Low Cost Carrier Airline which operates 58 fleet aircraft.

To complement the Skytrax Awards, Garuda Indonesia also awarded the 5-Stars Airline recognition from the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), a non-profit association for enhanced passenger flight experience based in New York, USA.


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