Here’s some interesting stuff I found on the Boeing FAQ page
- Pay attention to the flight attendants.
- Listen to safety briefings, even if you’ve heard them many times.
- Review the safety data card in the seat pocket in front of you.
- Locate the emergency exits. Airplanes have different configurations, so look around you once you’re in your seat.
- Count the number of rows between your seat and the closest exit, and remember, sometimes the nearest exit is behind you.
- Keep your seat belt fastened while seated. Turbulence can occur at any time.
- When traveling with an infant or child under age two, consider purchasing a separate seat.
- Buckle your child into an approved-for-flying car seat.
- On long flights, exercise your arm and leg muscles.
This is good advice, make flying even safer by doing your bit to help.