Passengers from Asia are not interested in air safety

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Passengers from Asia are not interested in air safety

Up to 10 per cent of travelers, mostly from Asia, neglect safety rules during the flight. Negligence exposes Asian passengers to increased risk.


As Thai Airways chief of aviation safety said, up to 10 per cent of travelers, mostly from Asia, neglect safety rules during the flight and give their attention to in-flight service. However passengers from developing countries respect safety instructions.

Negligence exposes Asian passengers to increased risk. In spite of the number of air crashes has fallen gradually, three landing accidents happen each month.

Aviation insurance company’s spokesman calls airlines and ground service crews to give more consideration to in-flight safety systems. 



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