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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Over the Pacific Ocean

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    Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going to have a rough time finding a safe spot to set her down.

    Guessing that it is a safety precaution wouldn't be entirely wrong. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. Emergencies are incredibly rare relative to how many planes take to the skies every day. That said, it isn’t the main reason airlines tend to avoid making a straight shot east to west...

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    SUMMARY:
    - When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path.
    - Excluding special circumstances such as passing through the jet streams or other meteorological concerns, the fastest route is almost always the one closest to a straight line.
    - On a 2D map, making a giant rainbow to avoid the Pacific Ocean looks like a much longer route. But since the Earth is a sphere, a straight line is going to look very different in three-dimensional spaces.
    - The combination of the two factors, the curvature of the Earth and its extra equatorial width, mean that curving toward the poles is a shorter distance than flying (what seems like on a map) “straight” across!
    - Another reason planes will sometimes brave an oceanic voyage is to take advantage of the smoother ride. Even in clear weather, there’s much less turbulence over water than over land.
    - The other primary consideration for determining flight paths are air currents, namely the jet streams. These high-altitude air currents exist near the top of the troposphere.
    - There are 4 main jet streams, 2 in each hemisphere, and thanks to the Earth’s rotation, they mostly flow west to east.
    - Flying with a jet stream can shave several hours off of a trip, but flying into it can slow the plane down considerably.
    - It’s also worth noting the risks associated with jet streams. The biggest hazard is a kind of turbulence known as clear-air turbulence, which occurs along the edges of the streams.
    - The jet stream mostly affects things tens of thousands of feet in the air, and the curvature of the Earth doesn’t really matter unless you’re traveling hundreds of miles per hour over vast distances.

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  • Heres Why Planes Dont Fly Over The Pacific Ocean

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    Why Planes Avoid Flying Over The Pacific Ocean? The answer is When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. When planning a cross-continental flight, 9 times out of 10 a pilot will choose to fly around the Pacific Ocean. Pilots and airlines have been pushing the boundaries of flight times since the earliest days of air travel. In fact, 19 hours is rather quick for the industry's trailblazers. This Video Explains the Reason Why Planes Avoid Flying Over the Pacific Ocean.

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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Over the Pacific Ocean

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    Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going to have a rough time finding a safe spot to set her down.

    Guessing that it is a safety precaution wouldn't be entirely wrong. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. Emergencies are incredibly rare relative to how many planes take to the skies every day. That said, it isn’t the main reason airlines tend to avoid making a straight shot east to west...

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    A little experiment ???? 2:54

    But how do people get to Australia? 5:08

    Turbulence over water 6:01

    Flying with a jet stream VS. flying into it 6:27

    What clear-air turbulence is 7:46

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  • Why Planes Avoid Flying Over The Pacific Ocean? | 2020 | Enlightenment

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    Why Planes Avoid Flying Over The Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. you are looking at a 2-dimensional map, So looking at a 2-dimensional map makes it a straight line and the shortest way but it’s not what it looks like. The Earth is not flat it is kind of a sphere. The planes travel along the truly shortest route in a 3-dimensional space. This route is called a geodesic.
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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Over Antarctica

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    Have you ever wondered if there are things an airplane simply can’t or won’t do? It turns out that airplanes have strict rules regarding their pathways in the sky – for safety reasons, and for the sake of staying friendly with continental neighbors. Some of the places they’re not allowed to fly over might surprise you!

    For example, planes won’t fly directly over the Earth’s poles and over the Pacific Ocean. You can't see planes over Tibet and over the City of Mecca. The airspace over Walt Disney World and Disneyland is also a no-fly zone. The same applies to Area 51 but we don't know why.

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    Antarctica 0:50
    The Earth’s Poles 1:20
    the Pacific Ocean 2:43
    Tibet 3:19
    The City of Mecca 4:09
    When It’s Too Hot 4:35
    George Washington’s House 5:23
    Disney World and Disneyland 5:56
    Pantex Nuclear Facility 6:43
    Camp David 7:08
    Kennedy Space Center 7:56
    Area 51 8:30
    Buckingham Palace 9:11
    The Taj Mahal 9:46

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    SUMMARY:
    - Due to the windy and snowy conditions of the Antarctic mountains, this area is more prone to white-outs; the pilot wouldn’t be able to see at all!
    - The Earth’s north pole has super strong magnetic fields that are constantly changing – their reach and direction can change by miles a year!
    - Planes won’t fly over Tibet. This is largely due to the Himalayan Mountains. First of all, if a plane has to land in an emergency situation, mountains aren’t exactly the ideal impromptu runway.
    - There’s a strong magnetic field in Makkah. As mentioned earlier, a magnetic field can cause navigational problems for pilots.
    - George Washington’s House is considered a National Historic Landmark, so to prevent further damage to the historic home, even from air vibrations in the sky, the airspace above George and Martha’s house was declared a no-fly zone.
    - In 2003, the Disney Corporation put “temporary” no-fly zones over both their parks, but somehow, they just stuck.
    - Due to the many presidents and world-wide VIPs that visit Camp David, the airspace above the whole compound is a no-fly zone for safety reasons.
    - Kennedy Space Center in Florida is a no-fly zone. There’s a lot of NASA and U.S. Airforce activity that goes on here – pretty important work. So safety for all parties is the top priority.
    - Buckingham Palace is meant to protect the Queen and the royal family, so of course a no-fly zone was established above it.
    - The Indian government place a no-fly zone above the area of the Taj Mahal in 2006 to safeguard this important historical building and the many tourists who come to witness its majesty.

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  • Why Planes DO NOT FLY Over the PACIFIC Ocean! Here is why...

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    Why Planes DO NOT FLY Over the PACIFIC Ocean! Have you ever tried taking an international flight that carries you from one continent to another, like North America to Asia? Did it occur to you why those planes avoid Flying Over the Pacific Ocean? In this video, we’ll unravel every single one of those reasons Why Planes DO NOT FLY Over the PACIFIC Ocean!

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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Over Himalayas

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    Wouldn't it be amazing to see the tallest mountain on the planet from an airplane window? Just imagine yourself nestled in your seat, sipping on a coffee and admiring that snow covered mountain peak! The only problem is that planes don’t fly over Mount Everest, or the Himalayan range, for that matter. But why?

    Let's imagine a scheduled commercial flight that decides to fly over the Himalayas. At first, the flight is going smoothly: the plane reaches its usual cruising altitude of 35,000 feet and is traveling at a speed of about 550 miles per hour. Soon, the pilots see a range of tall mountains straight ahead, with one peak standing out among the rest. It's the world-famous Everest - the highest mountain above sea level on the whole planet! The pilots realize they shouldn't have been so careless! Because that's when everything goes awry!

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    - Between high mountains 4:24
    - Lightning-fast 45-degree bank turn during the descent 4:53
    - There are only 8 pilots in the world who can land here 5:18
    - Right on the shore of the ocean 5:41
    - When the runway is constantly covered with ice 6:24
    - When the main street intersects the runway 7:10
    - When a public beach is located right before the runway 7:48

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    SUMMARY:
    - There isn't as much oxygen in your mask as you might think. It usually lasts for no more than 15 to 20 minutes. The pilots must make the plane drop down to 10,000 feet, where the passengers will be able to breathe without using oxygen masks. But... the plane is still flying over the Himalayas, and there’s no way it could drop so low!
    - One of the reasons planes have such an impressive cruising altitude is that it lets pilots have some room for error. It means that if something goes wrong, the captain can glide the aircraft while trying to fix the problem.
    - Kathmandu can deal with a jet, but this airport has only one runway and doesn't have an instrumental landing system.
    - Winds moving over mountain ranges at high speeds create so-called mountain waves which can turn any ride into a rough one.
    - The turbulence there is so bad that it's almost impossible for commercial airplanes to fly over that region.
    - The Lukla Airport in Nepal is one of the world's trickiest. Pilots find it extremely difficult to land there because the airport is nestled between high mountains.
    - In Toncontin Airport in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, planes must make a lightning-fast 45-degree bank turn during the descent. -
    - There are only 8 pilots in the world who are qualified to land at Paro Airport in Bhutan, Himalayan Mountains.
    - Landing at the airport on the Portuguese island, Madeira, remains one of the most treacherous feats in aviation, even after its runway was renovated. The thing is that the landing strip of this airport is located right on the shore of the ocean, between steep cliffs.
    - The runway of Narsarsuaq Airport, in Greenland, is constantly covered with ice.
    - There is one feature that sets Gibraltar International Airport apart and makes it totally unique: the main street of that area, Winston Churchill Avenue, intersects the runway!
    - If you ever go to St. Maarten Island in the Caribbean, you're likely to be completely smitten with its Princess Juliana Airport. It's one of the most famous airports in the world, thanks to a public beach located right before the runway!

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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Over Kaaba

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    Ever wondered why airplanes would not always fly in a straight line from one point to another? After all, they’re in the air, what could possibly stop them? Well, there are plenty of reasons for that, and while some are common, others might be harder to explain.

    Did you know, for example, that planes can't fly over Paris? It seems surprising that the capital of France, despite having four airports within its city limits, has prohibited airspace but it's true! Moscow is another big city over which all flights were prohibited from the 1960s. However, in 2013, a new law was issued that finally allowed commercial airplanes to cross the sky over the Russian capital. Let's find out what the reasons are!

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    Constitution Avenue in Islamabad, Pakistan 4:13
    Moscow, Russia 4:39
    Sri Lanka 5:23
    The Himalayas 6:04
    Taiwan Strait, China 7:23
    Downing Street in London, UK 7:50
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    SUMMARY:
    - There’s no airport in Mecca, which makes it illogical for airplanes to fly over the city. This may sound strange, given that Mecca is visited by dozens of millions of people every year, but the Saudi Arabia government is strict in this regard.
    - The ban to fly over Machu Picchu has been in place since 2006. The government of Peru doesn’t allow any aircraft to approach the important historical site exactly because of its historical importance, as well as the unique wildlife in the area.
    - If you’ve ever been to Paris, you’ve probably smirked now because you’ve seen commercial planes there. There’s an exception, you see: airplanes can only fly no lower than 6,500 ft high.
    - Cuba is under lock and key when it comes to foreign aircraft. There are, of course, domestic flights there, but any airplane that wants to cross the border of Cuba needs an express permission from the government to do so.
    - The Parthenon is an ancient Greek monument and a place that thousands of tourists come to see every month. It was seriously damaged in the 17th century, and it’s currently being restored to its former glory.
    - Phoenix Park isn’t a place of great strategic interest, but it’s being actively promoted to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.
    - In Sri Lanka, pilots must make sure they can traverse the air space over the country at all times, just to be on the safe side.
    - Interestingly, there is no prohibition to fly over the Himalayas whatsoever, and airplanes can easily climb higher than most of the mountains there. But still, pilots prefer to avoid tracing their route over them.
    - The Taiwan Strait separates China from the island of Taiwan, and the reason why flights are partially prohibited over it is that the two have a rather strained relationship.
    - There are few places more important for the United Kingdom than Downing Street. It’s home to some of the most prominent British government officials, including the Prime Minister. No wonder airplanes aren’t allowed to fly over this area.
    - Prairie Chapel Ranch was a Bush residence while he was the President of the US. A no-fly zone was established there right after Bush became the country’s leader, although he’d bought the ranch more than a year before that.

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  • प्रशांत महासागर के ऊपर से कोई plane क्यो नहीं उड़ता? | why planes dont fly over the pacific Ocean?

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    क्या आपको पता है की प्रशांत महासागर ऊपर से plane क्यो नहीं उड़ते? अब शायद आपको एसा लगता होगा की emergency landing या security वजह से plane प्रशांत महासागर के ऊपर से नहीं उड़ते है। लेकिन यह सही reason नहीं है।
    अगर आप जानना चाहते है की plane क्यो प्रशांत महासागर के ऊपर से नहीं उड़ते ? तो इसे जानने के लिए विडियो को पूरा देखे
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  • Why Planes Dont Fly in Extreme Heat

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    Flight cancellation might come as a shocker when you’re sitting in the departure lounge looking at the gorgeous bright sunny weather outside. If there’s not a raincloud or snowstorm in sight, then what gives? Oh yeah, planes can’t fly in extreme heat!

    In the summer of 2017, 50 flights were canceled at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The reason: temperatures were a brain-melting 120°F! In the age of super-advanced technology, it seems weird that air travel can be interrupted by an unusually hot day. The reason is actually in the nature of flight itself!

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    Problems that extremely hot weather causes 4:17
    What if a plane has to take off no matter what 4:50
    What about the cold? 6:00
    Can it be too windy to fly? 6:53
    The riskiest situation that can happen in wet weather 8:05

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    SUMMARY:
    - Before every departure, pilots get detailed information on the air temperature, humidity, elevation, runway length, and other important things.
    - If there’s no lift, a plane won’t be able to take off and stay up in the air. It all has to do with wings and how they’re designed to redirect the movement of air.
    - Since the air particles are resisting that change, the pressure on the underside of the wing is higher. Over the top of the wing, the pressure remains low.
    - The atmosphere gets thinner the higher up you go. Here “thinner” simply means that the air molecules are further apart from each other.
    - Hot weather has the same effect on air as higher altitudes do. That is, the higher the temperature, the less dense the air is.
    - For some planes, mostly smaller ones, it gets to the point where it not only has to be reduced, but the flight must be rescheduled because it’d be too dangerous for it to even try to take off.
    - Aircraft components like onboard electronics overheat, seals can get too soft or melt, brake temperatures increase during landings, there can be cabin cooling issues – a lot of things can break down in crazy hot temperatures.
    - Leaving a few passengers on the ground is one of the possible solutions when the plane just has to take off no matter how hot it is outside.
    - Is there such a thing as too cold to fly? Well, if anything, aircraft prefer when it’s chilly. After all, they’re designed to cruise at 35,000 feet, and such altitudes are known for their teeth-chattering temperatures of around -60°F.
    - A plane is unlikely to start wigging out just because it’s going through some turbulence. Aviation engineers and manufacturers test their aircraft and specify limits for the ground-, air-, and cross speeds.
    - Heavy rain is mostly a problem when it comes to landing. Runways are designed in such a way so that water doesn’t remain standing on them.
    - However, if that happens, pilots have to adjust landing speed and distance depending on how much water is on the ground. Hydroplaning is the riskiest situation that can happen in wet weather.

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  • Why All Planes Take This Overcrowded Path Across The Atlantic Ocean - Cheddar Explains

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    On an average summer night, around 1,500 flights traverse the Atlantic from the United States to Europe. And almost all take this one route - like a highway at rush hour. These planes are separated by only 40 miles in distance and 25 miles laterally. Vertically, they fly as close as 1,000 feet to each other. But why would all these planes take one route when they have the whole sky - especially when that route is becoming more and more dangerous?

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  • Why the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Dont Mix

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    When you look at the seas and oceans on the map you might think that they just flow into each other. It seems like there’s only one big ocean, and people just gave different names to its parts. Well, you’ll be amazed at how vivid the borders between them are!

    The border between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans is like a line between 2 worlds. It looks as if the two oceans meet at an invisible wall which does not let them flow into each other and mix their waters. Why on Earth does it happen? We know for sure there is no invisible wall inside, and water is water. So what could interfere with its mixing?

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    - The Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean 5:04
    - The Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean 5:16
    - The Surinam River and the Atlantic Ocean 5:36
    - The Uruguay River and its afflux 5:43
    - The Rio Negro and Solimões Rivers 5:58
    - Mosel and Rhein 6:19
    - Ilz, Danube, and Inn 6:30
    - Alaknanda and Bhagirathi Rivers 6:48
    - Irtysh and Ulba 6:56
    - The Jialing and Yangtze Rivers 7:11
    - Irtysh and Om 7:20
    - Chuya and Katun rivers 7:20
    - The Green and Colorado rivers 7:50
    - The Rhone and Arve rivers 8:10

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    SUMMARY:
    - Pacific oceans have different density and chemical make-up, the level of salinity and other qualities. One can see by their color that they are far from being the same.
    - Haloclines – borders between waters with different salinity – are the most spectacular, and this is what we see when the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans meet.
    - Haloclines appear when water in one ocean or sea is at least 5 times saltier than in the other.
    - Another important difference between the two oceans' water is the strength of molecules' connection, or surface tensile strength.
    - Maybe they could gradually start mixing with time, but as the flows in them have opposite directions, they just don’t have time to do this.
    - There are also thermoclines – borders between water of different temperatures, like the warm water of Gulf Stream and much colder North Atlantic Ocean.
    - The North and Baltic Seas meet near the Danish city of Skagen. The water in them does not mix because of different density.
    - The Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet at the Strait of Gibraltar and have a different density and salinity, so their water does not mix too.
    - The Uruguay River and its afflux meet in Misiones province in Argentina. One of them is cleaned to be used in agriculture, and the other gets almost red because of loam during rainy seasons.
    - Mosel and Rhein meet in Koblenz, Germany. Rheine has lighter water and Mosel – darker.
    - Alaknanda and Bhagirathi Rivers meet in India. Alaknanda is dark and Bhagirathi is light.
    - The Jialing and Yangtze Rivers meet in Chongqing, China.
    The Jialing is clean and the Yangtze is brown.
    - The water of the Chuya has an unusual cloudy white color here and looks dense and thick. Katun is clean and turquoise. Flowing into each other they form a single two-colored flow that does not mix for some time.
    - The Rhone and Arve rivers flow into each other in Geneva, Switzerland. The Rhone is a pure river that flows out of the lake of Geneva, the Arve is cloudy as it gets its water from glaciers of the Chamonix valley.

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  • Why Dont Planes Fly Over Antarctica?

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  • The Plane Highway in the Sky

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    Over the North Atlantic, where there is no radar coverage, planes don't fly like they normally fly. They follow a set of daily tracks that act like highways in the sky.

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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Straight

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    You ever been on a long flight, can’t sleep, watched as many movies as you can, and still left with nothing to do? Well, time to watch the flight path! And it begs the question: why’s it always so curved? Simple - the earth is round. If you're still not getting it, we're about to tell you everything!

    Do you know, for example, why short domestic flights sometimes have zig-zagged routes? Or why you can't use your phone in anything but airplane mode on a flight? Or how planes can take lightning strikes? Oooh, this is one is really interesting! In fact, it’s estimated that for each commercial airplane currently in use, that plane will be hit by lightning at least once per year! So, plane lovers, are you ready to find out something new?

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    Why can’t they make airplanes quieter? 3:12
    How can planes take lightning strikes? 4:13
    Why can’t they fly in extreme heat? 5:25
    Why don’t planes have parachutes for the passengers? 6:11
    Why can’t planes be roomier? 7:24

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    SUMMARY:
    - Maps are flat, unlike the actual planet, which is a sphere. So, the route a plane flies will usually look curved.
    - Fancy satellite-based communication systems give airlines the ability to change routes on the fly to account for everything from weather and wind to other planes.
    - Back in 1991, the Federal Communications Commission banned in-flight use of wireless devices to prevent network interference.
    - Even as technology has advanced greatly from when these rules were put into effect, the FAA has continued to err on the side of caution.
    - Any kind of diffuser or muffler to a jet engine would decrease the thrust, and the energy the engine is generating would be wasted.
    - Today’s aircraft are designed and built with lightning in mind. More specifically, plane manufacturers are very careful with how the wiring is done. When lightning does strike a plane, it usually strikes an edge of it - like the tip of a wing or the nose - and the electrical current leaves through the tail.
    - Heat affects aircraft in different ways. Hot air is not as dense as cool air, so the wings produce less lift. So the hotter the weather, the faster a plane has to go to take off, which requires more runway.
    - Skydivers usually jump out of planes moving somewhere between 80 - 110 miles per hour at an altitude of 8,000 - 13,000 feet. By contrast, a commercial jetliner flies around 600 miles per hour at its cruising altitude of 35,000 feet.
    - The more seats you can fit, that means more passengers. More passengers equals more tickets sold. More tickets means more money in the airline’s pocket.

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  • Why You Cant Take A Plane To The Top Of Everest

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    The real reason no planes fly over the himalayan mountain range, especially why aircraft don't fly you to the top of everest.

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  • Why Planes Cant Fly Over Messis House

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    Nice cars, private jets, designer clothes, your own personal No-Fly Zone around your sprawling $7-million mansion… Ok, that might not be the case for all famous people, but it is for Argentinian soccer star Lionel Messi!

    His eco-friendly home is in Gava, a town that’s about 6 miles from Barcelona’s main airport El Prat. And get this: Messi’s estate is preventing the airport from expanding! Add to that the whole “planes are absolutely forbidden from flying over it” thing, and it seems like the soccer superstar is causing a lot of inconveniences!

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    SUMMARY:
    - The forward for FC Barcelona lives in an area that’s highly protected by environmental laws. His home happens to be within the perimeter, and one of those guidelines includes noise levels.
    - The airspace is restricted because the sheer volume of aircraft would interfere with the natural wildlife in the area.
    - “No-Fly Zones” help preserve environmentally protected areas. They’re also usually over historical heritage sites with high traffic, regions with known conflict, and sometimes other famous or important people’s houses too.
    - Located in Berkshire, England, Windsor Castle was once a fort built during the 11th century by William the Conqueror. It’s right up there with Buckingham Palace as far as having the status of a national treasure.
    - Machu Picchu is one of the most famous historical sanctuaries on this planet. As such, Peruvian authorities can’t risk disturbing the World Heritage Site or the wildlife living around it.
    - For Tibet, the flight restriction is all about passenger safety. The region isn’t just home to the tallest mountain in the world, the mighty Everest, it’s also covered in peaks!
    - Andorra is the largest country in the world that doesn’t have an airport. It is, however, home to three heliports.
    - Monaco also has a heliport instead of an airport. If you want to fly in by chopper, you’ll be landing at the Monaco Heliport in Fontvieille.
    - Keeping with its European counterparts, people living in Vatican City would need to go to Rome for their flight. Not a major inconvenience – Vatican City is located within Rome, after all!
    - As the largest country in the world, it might come as no surprise that all territory of Russia is sprinkled with loads of airports – 1,218 of them to be precise.
    - Of the country’s 1,714 air hubs, Mexico City International Airport was the busiest in 2018. They helped 47 million travelers get to and from their destination!
    - Brazil is the only Portuguese-speaking country in South America whose territory is mostly made up of the Amazon Rainforest hosts 4,093 airports.
    - The United States has 14,712 airports! Specifically, the busiest one in the US is the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Hold onto your hats: just in 2018, it served over 107 million passengers!

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  • What Will Happen If Planes Fly Almost to Space

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    Hey air-travelers! What’s your favorite time during a flight? The take-off, the landing? Or maybe the moment your plane climbs just above the clouds? Ahh, the view is magical. But have you ever wondered what would happen if your plane starts to climb even higher? Well, it's time to get some answers.

    The first thing you should know is that the higher a plane flies, the faster it goes, and the cheaper it is. Air molecules are responsible for that. And since flying higher is more relaxed, more economic and safer, wouldn’t it make more sense if an airliner flew even higher? Actually, it’s a bit more complicated than that. Let's figure out!

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    Why they can’t fly higher 3:07
    What the coffin corner is 4:29
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    How to save a plane when it’s approaching supersonic speeds 7:49

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    SUMMARY:
    - When a plane flies higher, less air is pushing down from above – therefore the air molecules spread out more, decreasing the air’s density.
    - When an aircraft flies through less air molecules, it needs to adjust its speed in order to get enough air and lift itself.
    - When the plane travels rapidly at higher altitudes, it consumes less fuel while taking you to your destination faster.
    - All the turbulence, clouds, rain and bad weather in general, stay below the plane’s altitude, so we can enjoy a smooth, non-eventful flight.
    - Pilots have more time to fix the problem and communicate with the controllers before they make an emergency landing.
    - One of the main reasons a jet can’t fly higher is because there won’t be enough air flowing through its engine.
    - When the air density decreases, the engine thrust does the same.
    - When both the speed of sound and temperature drop in high altitudes, the true airspeed will increase. And at some point, they’ll meet. That’s what pilots call the coffin corner, and it’s as dangerous as it sounds.
    - If a plane reaches that point, and it decelerates, it’ll go into a low speed stall. If it goes faster, it’ll end up in a high-speed stall. Neither of those are safe.
    - Planes usually fly at around Mach 0.7 or 70% of the speed of sound. If an aircraft goes faster than that, it can cause shockwaves to form.
    - If all these events happen in the coffin corner, it’ll break the aircraft into pieces.
    - At certain altitudes, an aircraft has a minimum speed limit and a maximum speed limit.
    - As the aircraft goes slower, the drag increases. The slower the jet goes, the more thrust it needs to be controlled.
    - But the way they save a plane when it’s approaching supersonic speeds is a whole different story – and this is actually a bit more common.
    - They slowly bring the thrust back a little bit, and gradually raise the air brakes. Everything is done in slow movements, because a sudden change can cause shockwaves that’ll roll the plane.

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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Faster

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    Why are planes slow? Everything else is speeding up: smartphones, the Internet, the pace of life in general! So when are we going to get a superfast passenger jet that can cross continents in the time it takes to watch just one inflight movie versus several?

    Speed has always interested engineers and pilots. At least at first, they were pretty good at getting these metal birds to fly faster and faster. As long ago as in 1945, a German test pilot reached a speed of 610 mph. But then, something happened and speed stopped growing. Any guesses why?

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    Passenger planes that fly faster than sound 5:09
    ... and why we don't use them now 6:07
    Btw, it's for the best. Wanna know why? ???? 6:52

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    SUMMARY:
    - If you’ve ever stuck your hand out the car window, then you know how much force air can have. You don’t feel anything if the car isn’t going that fast.
    - Just imagine the aerodynamics of a plane flying faster than 767 mph. Air particles, which used to move around the plane in a kind of circle, now can’t keep up the pace.
    - Flying at supersonic speeds against all that pressure from the air in front of you is like trying to run through a crowd.
    - Still, there was a case in 1985 when a Boeing 747 survived a fall at supersonic speed.
    - But what about planes actually meant to fly faster than sound? They have sharp edges and straight lines – unlike the softer contours in subsonic planes. They also have arrow-shaped or triangular wings.
    - There were 2 jets used for commercial flights too: the British-French Concorde and the Soviet Tupolev TU-144. These bad boys could reach speeds of about 1,550 mph at a height of 60,000 ft.
    - The fate of TU-144 was dramatic and short-lived. It was only used for 3 years from 1975 to 1978 with just the last 6 months being commercial.
    - Concorde burned through 5,600 gallons of fuel per hour, while a Boeing 747 uses 4,600 in that time.
    - On top of that, when Concorde started flying across the Atlantic in the ‘70s, the 1st-class cabins did have bigger seats than economy, but they still weren’t very comfortable.
    - And that’s probably for the best. Aviation engineers have worked out ideal shapes of planes and the most efficient speed.
    - The faster the plane is flying, the more the engines have to work. If the engines are constantly on full-blast, they don’t last as long and need to be replaced or repaired more often.
    - After all these years of experimentation, aviation engineers have found the ideal speed of flight: 560 mph.

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  • No Wonder Planes Dont Fly Over the Pacific, Its Insanely Huge

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  • Why Planes Don’t Fly Directly Over The Pacific & Other Interesting Plane Facts!

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    What you didn’t know about airplanes! Have you ever wondered why planes don’t fly over the Pacific ocean or maybe you’ve wanted to know about strange things TSA has found

    8. HOW MANY?
    Did you know there are around 5,000 flights in the air at any given time? According to the Federal Aviation Administration, it’s true! To put this into perspective, the busiest airport in the world as of 2019, is the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia for the 21st year in a row. It had more than 170 million passengers last year. Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport dethroned Atlanta for most aircraft movements - that’s takeoffs and landings- handling nearly 904,000 movements in 2018. Also in 2018, airlines flew nearly 45 million different flights worldwide.
    7. I’ll Have What He’s Having.
    Pilots and copilots are prepared different meals and are not allowed to eat the same food to avoid the possibility of food poisoning. While this rule isn’t regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration, most individual airlines have their own rules. Incidents involving food poisoning are extremely rare, but once in a while, it does happen. Once in 1982, a bad batch of tapioca pudding incapacitated 10 crew members including the pilot, copilot and flight engineer. But luckily, the flight was able to turn around and land without any more problems. One airline stated that the pilots can have the same meal, as long as they eat it at different times. Some airlines allow their crew to bring their own meals and snacks to help prevent further incidents. A tid bit of history regarding in-flight meals: The first airline meal was served on a Handley-Page flight from London to Paris in 1919, which served a sandwich, fruit, and a piece of chocolate costing 3 shillings.

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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Over Pacific Ocean? With Subtitles

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    The primary reason airplanes don’t fly over the Pacific Ocean is because curved routes are shorter than straight routes. Flat maps are somewhat confusing because the Earth itself isn’t flat. Rather, it’s spherical. As a result, straight routes don’t offer the shortest distance between two locations. Whether a commercial airline is flying from the United States to Asia or elsewhere, it will have the fastest and most fuel-efficient flight by performing a curved rout.

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  • This Is Why Planes Dont Fly Over The Pacific Ocean

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    Why are the flight paths curved towards the pole instead of a straight line across the Pacific?”
    Although there are exceptions, most commercial airlines don’t fly directly over the Pacific Ocean for routes connecting the United States to Asia. Instead, they choose “curved” routes that hug bodies of land. Unless you’re familiar with commercial aviation, you might be wondering why commercial airlines don’t fly directly over the Pacific Ocean. After all, conventional wisdom may lead you to believe that a straight route over the Pacific Ocean offers the shortest path, making it preferable for commercial airlines and passengers alike. Please consider becoming a member of the family by subscribing to the channel.
    Curved Routes Are Shorter Than Straight Routes
    The primary reason airplanes don’t fly over the Pacific Ocean is because curved routes are shorter than straight routes. Flat maps are somewhat confusing because the Earth itself isn’t flat. Rather, it’s spherical. As a result, straight routes don’t offer the shortest distance between two locations. Whether a commercial airline is flying from the United States to Asia or elsewhere, it will have the fastest and most fuel-efficient flight by performing a curved rout.
    You can see for yourself by conducting an experiment with a globe of the Earth. With a spherical globe in hand, identify two locations, such as the middle of the United States and the middle of Asia. Next, connect a piece of a string or cordage directly between these two areas to mimic a straight route. When finished, cut use a marker to highlight the string or cordage at this distance. Now it’s time to measure a curved path connecting the same two locations. Using the same piece of string or cordage, connect the two locations using a curved route. Assuming you followed these steps correctly, you’ll discover that the curved route is physically shorter than the straight route.
    Curved Routes Are Safer
    Of course, curved routes connecting the United States to Asia (and vice versa) are also safer than straight routes connecting the same regions. Commercial airlines typically fly a Northern curved route that goes over Canada and Alaska. Therefore, they spend less time over the Pacific Ocean, allowing for emergency landings if needed.
    In any given year, airplanes are in the air for approximately 25,212,000 hours, according to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). For routes connecting the United States to Asia, however, commercial airlines don’t fly in a straight line directly over the Pacific Ocean. They choose curved routes because they are shorter and, therefore, offer cost-savings benefits in the form of lower fuel consumption and faster flights. If you enjoyed the video give it a like, subscribe to the channel for the next updates or check the video below. Check out the link below for the product that will help you. Thanks for watching.

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  • Why Planes Dont Fly Over the Pacific Ocean | Planes अलास्का के ऊपर से ही उड़कर क्यों जाती है ?

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    If you need to get from Los Angeles to Tokyo, you're going to need to get on an airplane. After all, there's no highway across the Pacific Ocean that would allow you to drive or walk there.
    If you planned out a flight route, you might assume that a straight line due west across the Pacific Ocean would be the quickest route. After all, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, right?
    While that's true, your route due west over the Pacific wouldn't be the most efficient. In reality, airplanes making the trip from Los Angeles to Asia would travel in an arc that would take them past parts of Alaska and Russia.
    What's up with that? Why don't planes fly in a straight line? It probably has something to do with all that wind way up high in the sky, right? Or could it be because pilots can't see the ground to steer in a straight line? Maybe it has something to do with gravity pulling on the plane as it travels?
    While gravity does still maintain a bit of pull on an airplane in flight, it doesn't keep it from flying in a straight line. Pilots aren't to blame either, as they do a good job of seeing with their machines, even in brisk winds.
    The flight paths of airplanes seem strange when we see them on a flat map for a couple of reasons. Contrary to what explorers believed hundreds of years ago, Earth is not flat. Instead, it's a sphere that's slightly flattened at the poles.
    When traditional flat maps are made, distortions occur when the sphere is made flat.
    Those flight paths that don't appear straight on a flat map will look quite straight if you look at them on a globe. To test it for yourself, use a string to connect two cities halfway across the world. You'll see that the flight path, as represented by the string, is not what you would expect it to be if you were looking at a flat map.
    Instead of relying on flat maps, airplanes follow great circle routes that account for the curvature of the Earth. What looks like a long detour on a flat map actually turns out to be the shortest route across the globe through the air.
    The next time you think about traveling from one place to another via air, don't forget to think in three dimensions! Just follow the curve of the Earth and you'll get there in no time!

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    Ever noticed plane routes at the airport for planes traveling from, say, Japan to San Francisco? Generally, most flight routes going from America to Asia seem to have an odd pattern. It appears there's something about the Pacific Ocean they seem to avoid. Thinking about it, you may not bother yourself about the odd pattern. After all, it seems safer to avoid flying over the world's deepest and largest ocean right?

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    circumvent the Pacific ocean is to shorten flight time and increase their profit margins. Those routes that go around the Pacific are faster than the straight routes that connect the two continents. By shortening flight time, airlines also use less fuel. In the end, it all counts for more economic flights and ultimately more money.

    But in fact there is a condition to this. This rule only holds on a flat surface. And so on a 2-dimensional map, the fastest route between two points would indeed be a straight line. But on a curved surface, like the Earth's surface, that is the case.

    For curved surfaces, curved paths are actually faster than straight line paths. Yeah, it could be a bit difficult to wrap your head around this. So the best way to explain this to you would be to use an experiment.
    Now don't forget this is a straight chord on a three dimensional map. When this three dimensional map is converted to a two dimensional map, this line will look just like what you see on those maps where the airline routes appear to deviate from the Pacific ocean.

    On the actual globe of the earth, these curved airline routes are actually more pronounced than what you see in the earth's globe model. This is primarily because of the shape of the Earth. Unlike what you see on the globe model, the Earth is actually not shaped in a perfect globe. Rather it is what geographers call a geoid shape. This shape has the earth bulging out on its sides.

    To really get a good grasp of this, imagine taking the earth's circumference through its North and south poles. Using these coordinates, the Earth's circumference will measure exactly 40,008 kilometers. Now, if you take the circumference of earth through the equator at the center of the earth, a different measurement is obtained.

    You will find that the Earth's circumference measures 40,072 kilometers along this axis. So clearly the Earth 'bulges' out at its middle. And as you'll expect, there is a clear scientific explanation for this. And this comes from the rotation of the Earth.
    Consider this question. If you were to take a trip along the Earth's circumference and you wanted to save time and use less fuel, which of these circumferential paths would you choose for your navigation? - the one that takes you across the north and south poles or the one that travels along the equator?
    Certainly, you will go for the trip that takes you through the north and south poles. And that my friends, is exactly what airlines do when they circumnavigate around the Pacific ocean. Onboard.
    In the end the planning of aircraft travel paths involves a combination of factors, one of which is safety, as you would expect. But when it comes to those weird, curved flight paths, it's all about reducing flight speed and cutting down fuel costs.
    But here's another side to it that you might not be seeing. It's easy to blame airlines for taking the easy way out by cutting costs and making more money. In reality that's not exactly the case.
    Of course, you cannot begrudge the world's largest airlines for cutting travel times and maximising profits, that is exactly what businesses do. More importantly this approach does something vital for our environment.
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    Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going to have a rough time finding a safe spot to set her down.

    Guessing that it is a safety precaution wouldn't be entirely wrong. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. Emergencies are incredibly rare relative to how many planes take to the skies every day. That said, it isn’t the main reason airlines tend to avoid making a straight shot east to west...
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  • Planes Dont Fly Over the Pacific Ocean WHY???

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    Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going to have a rough time finding a safe spot to set her down.

    Guessing that it is a safety precaution wouldn't be entirely wrong. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. Emergencies are incredibly rare relative to how many planes take to the skies every day. That said, it isn’t the main reason airlines tend to avoid making a straight shot east to west...

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    Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean?
    You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going to have a rough time finding a safe spot to set her down.

    Guessing that it is a safety precaution wouldn't be entirely wrong. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. Emergencies are incredibly rare relative to how many planes take to the skies every day. That said, it isn’t the main reason airlines tend to avoid making a straight shot east to west...


    SUMMARY:
    - When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path.
    - Excluding special circumstances such as passing through the jet streams or other meteorological concerns, the fastest route is almost always the one closest to a straight line.
    - On a 2D map, making a giant rainbow to avoid the Pacific Ocean looks like a much longer route. But since the Earth is a sphere, a straight line is going to look very different in three-dimensional spaces.
    - The combination of the two factors, the curvature of the Earth and its extra equatorial width, mean that curving toward the poles is a shorter distance than flying (what seems like on a map) “straight” across!
    - Another reason planes will sometimes brave an oceanic voyage is to take advantage of the smoother ride. Even in clear weather, there’s much less turbulence over water than over land.
    - The other primary consideration for determining flight paths are air currents, namely the jet streams. These high-altitude air currents exist near the top of the troposphere.
    - There are 4 main jet streams, 2 in each hemisphere, and thanks to the Earth’s rotation, they mostly flow west to east.
    - Flying with a jet stream can shave several hours off of a trip, but flying into it can slow the plane down considerably.
    - It’s also worth noting the risks associated with jet streams. The biggest hazard is a kind of turbulence known as clear-air turbulence, which occurs along the edges of the streams.
    - The jet stream mostly affects things tens of thousands of feet in the air, and the curvature of the Earth doesn’t really matter unless you’re traveling hundreds of miles per hour over vast distances.

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    Did you know why planes don't fly over Pacific Ocean and Mount Everest? Instead of these paths, choose other alternative routes? Even if the plane has to travel long distances for this. Have you ever wondered why this happens?

    Most commercial planes pilots hawk from flying over the Pacific Ocean and Mount Everest. The peaks of the Himalayas are over 20 thousand feet and the height of Mount Everest is 29,035 feet. Which is not ideal for flying airplanes as airplanes fly above 30,000 feet to avoid all weather related events. Curved route is much safer for airplanes as airplanes will fly over the earth instead of water. This will also make it easier to do emergency landings. You must know that emergency lending is done on flat surface only. There are only peaks in the Mount Everest. There is no flat surface.

    There is no mystery behind why airplanes don't fly over the Pacific Ocean and Mount Everest, but this is a scientific reason. Because of which planes are not flown over it.

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    Hey guys, in this video we will discover 5 reasons why airplanes cannot fly in the Pacific Ocean, would it be something supernatural? You will be surprised by the number 4
    Well, first we have to understand where the Pacific Ocean is, it is located in its eastern American portion and the Asian continent in the west and it is a very used fleet for planes that leave Brazil and want to go to Europe for example, well now that you already know a route where the main planes pass, let's go to number 1
    - number 1: nobody knows what exists in the Pacific Ocean
    Well, gnt knows that the Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world and nobody knows what's in there, that is, there are areas that have never been overflown by any plane, causing a doubt among everyone who resides in supernatural things.
    And number 2 has a lot to do with number 1, which is the lack of an airport for emergency landing, that is, if there is a problem with the plane, whether it is by engine, which is very rare, or some illness serious passenger, such as stroke or even a heart attack, the plane has no way to make an emergency landing, thus making it more difficult over the immensity of the Pacific Ocean
    Number 3: traveling on land is much safer, it seems a bit obvious, but that should be emphasized, when the plane flies over land, element the total control of the command towers and total command also from where he is, in the Pacific Ocean he already don't have this notion
    Number 4: fuel economy, as we will see, the Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest ocean in the world, so planes spend hours and hours traveling over it, so the fuel expenditure is certainly much higher
    Number 5: air currents, or like jet currents, these air currents exist near the top of the troposphere and in the Pacific Ocean these currents are likely to go in the opposite direction of the plane, causing turbulence and other technical conflicts
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    The Truth Behind Why Airliners Don't Fly Over Tibet

    Also called the “Roof of the World” due to its gargantuan Tibetan Plateau, the considerable heights within this mountain range make it impossible for airplanes to fly over.

    Why don’t planes fly over Tibet? There is a common aviation rule when it comes to planes soaring over this particular part of the earth, and there are no strange phenomena involved, rather the problem is the extremely high mountain ranges within the area.

    Also called the “Roof of the World” due to its gargantuan Tibetan Plateau, Tibet's considerable height makes it impossible for airplanes to fly over. The question led a thread on Quora, where everyone from airline employees to mathematicians gave their two cents.

    Tim Hibbetts, an airline worker who started the discussion, noted that in this part of the world, “low” areas average above 12,000′. This presents a problem since, in the case of decompression in the cabin, most airlines only have 20 minutes of oxygen for passengers.

    “There are flight rules in place that force operators to be able to descend to 10,000′ prior to running out of emergency oxygen. Obviously, this part of Asia is a huge region, and there would be a large swath that would be impossible to escape so quickly,” writes Hibbetts.

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    Right now, there are about 10,000 planes carrying almost 1½ million people from one point to another. But once you're on the plane and look out the window, it seems as if your aircraft is the only one dashing across the sky.

    The sky may seem deserted, but it's just an illusion. Planes can't just fly wherever they want - they need to follow special routes. These routes are more or less the same for all aircraft, and during your flight, several other planes are likely soaring nearby. Soтwhere is everybody?

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    - Even if another airliner was flying along the same path, you wouldn't notice it from your seat. Pilots, on the other hand, have a massive windshield and can see other planes flying in front of them from the cockpit.
    - White against the clouds, airplanes are also difficult to spot. They look like tiny dots, and your eyes must be expertly trained to notice a dot that small.
    - Bad weather and clouds are another issue here. At night, though, it's easier to notice other aircraft thanks to the flashy lights they’re decorated with.
    - But the main reason you don't see many airliners while flying is also why planes don't meet and collide with each other in the sky. And it’s aircraft separation.
    - When a smaller plane is traveling behind another, much larger one, it's likely to experience wake turbulence. This kind of turbulence is mostly created by the bigger aircraft's wings.
    - There’s a popular misconception that only air traffic controllers are responsible for keeping airplanes away from one another.
    - The FAA states that every pilot is also in charge of avoiding wake turbulence and keeping the necessary distance from another jet.
    - Aircraft separation can be vertical (when one plane is flying over the other) and horizontal (when two are flying side by side).
    - In regions with poor radar coverage, the distance between planes must be more than 11 miles.
    - Most modern planes with more than 10 seats are equipped with a TCAS, which stands for Traffic Collisions Avoidance System.
    - The TCAS shows a map with aircraft traveling nearby.
    - If an airplane has more than 30 seats, it's supposed to have an advanced TCAS.
    - Before the early 90s, very few aircraft had any equipment that could help prevent collisions.
    - Get this: most passengers might not notice any other airplanes out the window, but pilots riding as passengers do! Their trained eyes can easily spot nearby jets.

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