What would you do if you saw scratches on a window of an airplane? Would you panic? Of course, you probably think this plane is going to crash. We have all seen the movie Final Destination (2000). But, if we have daymares, will it come true? Probably not. Are airplanes the safest way to travel? But, is it?
Sometimes, people scratch them because they have nothing else to do and terrorize the next person boarding the plane. So, here’s a tip: Don’t scratch the airline windows.
It reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode with William Shatner, a nightmare in 20,000 feet, but it’s different. What happens if the window explodes? Could a gremlin or an alien come inside and abduct you? That’s why we have seatbelts on the plane.
The best part is looking out and seeing the clouds flying by; it could divert your mind from a screaming baby in the back. Or you might see a silver disk flying by, and you whisper or mouth the words “Take me with you.” Don’t say that. It may take you. Then suddenly you smell something burning? What is it? Is it the engine? The engines look fine. Then you look down, and it is someone’s feet sticking between your seats.
Please take my advice and wear an alien hand glove. (I carry it with me on board. Don’t ask.) and grab their feet and tug at them. Screams of terror will come from behind you. For the rest of the trip, tell them not to stick their feet on my seat.
The cracks are the plastic film on the outside of the window. Occurs naturally from flying altitude. An airline isn’t going to take an aircraft out of service for a non-safety reason. It will be addressed during the next aircraft check.
According to the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the windows are made of plexiglass or acrylic plastics, a lightweight material relatively strong due to high altitude pressure. The glass is layered, and the middle layer usually has a tiny hole to eliminate condensation.
Just carry earphones and watch the Final destination franchise movie on the flight!
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