Every 3 seconds, an airplane somewhere in this world is taking off into the air and going towards a new destination. Since Orville and Wilbur Wright’s successful flight in North Carolina, air travel has become the most common way for us to travel the world. However, air travel has a dark side. There have been tragedies from terrorist attacks and airplane crashes due to natural causes that have made several people wary of getting into a big plane and flying at about 35,000 feet. But, whether you are brave or afraid, there is no doubt that air travel has become such an important part of our society that it is likely unavoidable for most people. Here are 10 of the strangest things you didn’t know about air travel.
According to scientists, tomato juice tastes better in the air. This is because the noise level on a plane influences people’s perceptions of taste.
Strange Money-Saving Methods
American Airlines made an effective cost-cutting decision by removing one olive from the salads and in fact saved $40,000 in a single year.