What is the most survivable part of a plane?

In the middle, at the backNonetheless, a TIME investigation that looked at 35 years of aircraft accident data found the middle rear seats of an aircraft had the lowest fatality rate: 28%, compared with 44% for the middle aisle seats. This logically makes sense too.

What is the best seat to survive on a plane?

Even more specifically, the middle seats in the back of the aircraft are statistically the safest, with just a 28 percent fatality rate. By comparison, aisle seats in the middle of the cabin had a fatality rate of 44 percent.

What is the most survivable spot on a plane?

Where is the best place to survive on a plane?

However, statistically speaking, a seat close to an exit in the front or rear, or a middle seat in the back third of the plane offers the lowest fatality rate.

Where is safest to sit on a plane?

Although the question we can ask is; Is there a seat that can keep them the safest in the event of a crash? Aviation specialist Doug Drury from Central Queensland University has analysed different seating options and has concluded that the middle seat is the safest option in the case of a plane crash.

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