https://www.blogger.com/img/videoplayer.swf?videoUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fvp.video.google.com%2Fvideodownload%3Fversion%3D0%26secureurl%3DqAAAAOF-u9WtopylwZ9XHAqIS4S_9ovD0UanyyS7SiaMbzK5hLvu9JkkQLG1e9vX9eJ972_iT9dsSSzYBLLTcq6vAryBTDCcSHKgWAPbGHcffZQPBW5R1K6-bYHq5XNOZuif_pKSdYubSHPlHXfdhHHZU9_cXn7zHbT1GIUQA-zPhYnW5cxPMNSLRlDmXY6OEx2PfHA7F1FJ2gR7i8wOWpQ4AQOy2yCcNtJu-7C-uUY9r2ok%26sigh%3DsQrC7tD7tpa6X8vzlgbAI_zhe4U%26begin%3D0%26len%3D86400000%26docid%3D0&nogvlm=1&thumbnailUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fvideo.google.com%2FThumbnailServer2%3Fapp%3Dblogger%26contentid%3D9ae4c453986ad594%26offsetms%3D5000%26itag%3Dw320%26sigh%3D0uV5DcYdMbHgcBk3-1Xq1qK47ZA&messagesUrl=video.google.com%2FFlashUiStrings.xlb%3Fframe%3Dflashstrings%26hl%3DenAmong the people that have a fear of flying there is often an understandable process of denial. No where is that more evident than their feelings during the cabin crew safety briefing. They feel that their chances of being involved in an accident are increased if they accept the need for, and listen to, the safety briefing. In the cold light of day, even to someone with a fear of flying this seems wrong …and unwise. Not checking that you’ve turned your oven or iron off before you leave the house doesn’t change the statistics of house fires…what does it do though?
Keith and the team.