i've flown a lot in my life so far, and the best thing is falling asleep or losing yourself in something, a book, magazine, gameboy, whatever you want. i'm good with losing myself in something and sitting for a long time so it's easy for me, but of you can basically forget that you're on a plane, it'll go fast. if you hit turbulence i always get annoyed at the plane for interrupting my sleep rather than getting scared. i find that helps for even the worst turbulance. hope that helps.
So will you be flying into....er....over , mountains, or the ocean?
Just remember that if you lose one engine, the other engine will be able take you all the way to the scene of the crash.
Just kidding, it will be fine I'm sure.
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hongfu_chen wrote:You won't be afraid of commercial airplanes if you have ever ride on a one engine airplane.
I have, the scariest trip of my life so far. The airplane was shaky and you know you are dead if the engine blow off
Good for you, Boeing usually have more than one engine
Remember, sleep, sleep, sleep...
my scariest flight was in india. it was basically a one hour shuttle flight, so the plane was very small and, since it was india, rickety and all that. you really feel the turbulence on a small plane. that's one of the few flights that i actually get scared sometime during the flight. commercial airlines are nothing compared to that