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  1. I think it's unusual for anyone who has learned about flying and how safe it is to still be afraid of flying.

    5 Answers · Travel · 23/01/2019

  2. you wouldn't say that if yours crashed

    11 Answers · Travel · 06/01/2019

  3. You could travel with it, but likely not with it in carry on. Sharp or dull, it could still be used to attack someone with and cause harm. That's like wanting to be bring the claw of the carnivorous dinosaur on board.

    2 Answers · Travel · 24/12/2018

  4. Ever been on a fast roller coaster doing a steep drop? It's ten thousand times worse.

    3 Answers · Travel · 04/12/2018

  5. I'd drive it, no question. When you factor in cost, early check in for TSA, and waiting for your luggage at the end, what you end up with is that flying takes about the same amount of time and costs a lot more.

    18 Answers · Travel · 29/11/2018

  6. No, barring the fact most airlines close the doors to board at no later than 10 minutes before departure, even a delayed flight would probably see you staring at the plane taxiing to the runway as you look out of the terminal window.

    20 Answers · Travel · 21/12/2018

  7. a) No, One crash does not automatically render the rest unsafe. b) The cause of the crash is as yet, unknown. c) Putting two-and-two together, it is clear that you are an idiot. Good luck with that.

    6 Answers · Travel · 19/11/2018

  8. ...than driving. I am an aviation enthusiast and I know about airplanes and I can tell you, it is very safe. 10- Are Airbnb...

    3 Answers · Travel · 31/10/2018

  9. You can use mobile apps like flightradar24 or flightaware to track your flight on your smart phone or a tablet over the WiFi.

    7 Answers · Travel · 24/08/2018

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