Containing information, behind-the-scenes insights, and historical anecdotes, this is a straightforward guide to the various aspects of air travel, from buying a ticket to collecting luggage at the end of the flight. Organized chronologically, the chapters cover such topics as what makes an aircraft fly and what keeps it in the sky, how cabin crew are trained, where the food you eat is devised and prepared, and what safety measures there areaor should be. The book also looks into the customs hall to see how officers there have dealt with some bizarre cases. The author has written both fiction and non-fiction books on flying and aircraft, including The Final Call and Aircrash Detective.As the proposal would still not make the acceptance of such seats mandatory, and infants would still be exposed to the ... The British CAA rules that infants under six months must be secured on an adulta#39;s lap by a supplementary loop belt .
|Title||:||Cleared for Take-off|
|Publisher||:||Kyle Cathie Limited - 1997|