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This question is harddifficult to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its tail. If the plane spins then God knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert or a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

This question is hard to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its tail. If the plane spins then God knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert or a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

This question is difficult to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its tail. If the plane spins then God knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert or a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

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This question is hard to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its aft sidetail. If the plane spins then godGod knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert or a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

This question is hard to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its aft side. If the plane spins then god knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert or a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

This question is hard to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its tail. If the plane spins then God knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert or a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

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This question is hard to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its aft side. If the plane spins then god knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert ofor a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

This question is hard to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its aft side. If the plane spins then god knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert of a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

This question is hard to answer, there are many types of crashes. If the plane stalled most likely it will fall down on its aft side. If the plane spins then god knows! and if the plane splits into pieces while air borne then no one is safe!

Let's talk about normal crash landing where the pilot is forced to land the plane in a desert or a field or any other area other than airports. Lately, Discovery Channel arranged a controlled crash landing for the first time to research this exact point, A Boeing 727 were crashed in Sonoran Desert to come up with the answer to this question and the funny fact is, The seats at the back of the cabin are the safest seats on a plane in case of crash landing. So the research somehow suggests that you go cheap and get an economy class ticket if you are concerned about crashing :)

Read more about this experiment here or here.

This is a photo of the crashed plane right after hitting the ground, the front part of the plane had the biggest impact

727 test crash landing

Any way, Statistically speaking, according to the research made by Popular Mechanics the seats at the back of the plane have better odds of survival.

popular mechanics research

To sum that up, the farther back you sit, the better your chances are to survive a plane crash.

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