When it comes to flying, we all have a million unanswered questions. But now, one of them is now answered.
If you’ve ever wondered why the lights on the plane have to be dimmed during landing and take-off, then we have the answer.
The reason is that the blinds must be down is to help people’s eyes adjust quicker to darkness in the case of an emergency evacuation. Being in the darkness already will help with a quick escape.
Imagine being in an unfamiliar bright room filled with obstacles when someone turns off the lights and asks you to exit quickly.
And there you have it. Now there’s only 999,999 unanswered questions left – starting with “how does it stay up there without falling?”