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Flight Secrets Exposed: THIS Seat Could Save Your Life in a Plane Crash!

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A flight attendant revealed the unexpectedly safest seat on an airplane.

According to The Sun, passengers seated in the middle seats at the back of the aircraft had the highest chances of survival.

For the past 35 years, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration’s CSRTG has investigated mortality rates based on airplane seating. The findings revealed that passengers seated in the front of the plane experienced a mortality rate of 38%, while those in the middle seats faced a rate of 39%. On the other hand, passengers seated at the back of the aircraft had the lowest mortality rate at 32%.

Harro Ranter, the chief executive of the Aviation Safety Network, stated: “I cannot think of anything that would make sitting upfront safer [and] in an actual accident, best chances of survival are usually in the rear.”

A middle seat at the back of a plane was found to be the safest, with a 28 percent mortality rate—compared to the worst, an aisle seat in the middle of the cabin, which has a mortality rate of 44 percent.

Flight attendants emphasized that the likelihood of an aviation accident is very low. According to a study by the National Safety Council in the United States, the probability of dying in an aviation accident is about 1 in 200,000. This is considerably lower than the 1 in 100 chance of dying in a car accident.

Daniel Kim
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