Booking a flight is never fun. Trying to get the best price, the best route and of course the best seat can be a pain. The good news is that Air travel is one of the safest forms of transportation. In 2016, for the seventh year in a row, exactly zero people died from plane crashes on U.S.-certified scheduled airlines. Have you ever wonder which is the safest seats on an air-plane? Well, give up the dream of flying first class because you may get the perks, but they are also some of the unsafest seats. The safest place to seat is in the middle section towards the back, but it also depends on the type of crash.
Getting squish in the middle seat sucks, but they are safer than aisle seats. “Each incident or crash is unique,” said Alison Duquette, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration. Impact could come from a nosedive, a water landing or a runway collision, for example. As a result, she said, “There is no safest seat.”
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