Why you should never wear a fire pit on a plane
The story goes something like this: In a fire-pit race, the winner’s machine is given a fire and the loser gets a stone.
The loser has to wait for the stone to come out of the fire to score.
But what if you wanted to get the stone out of your own fire pit too?
The answer is that you should avoid the pits altogether.
There are numerous advantages to having a firepit on your plane: It makes the cockpit more comfortable, especially if you’re claustrophobic, and it gives you the opportunity to put out the fires in your own cabin.
If you have the right kind of fire pit, you can actually see the flames and even see the smoke, which is great for safety.
The downside to having the fire pit is that it’s also a bit of a nuisance.
In some countries, the fire pits have to be installed in advance and then you’re out the door.
If your plane is outside, the air pressure inside your cabin can be so high that you can’t even sit on your seat.
You can’t do that on a regular plane, because you’d be on the ground.
So, when you’re flying, it’s best to leave your plane to the fire-protection crew or to your cabin crew.
If there’s a fire in the cabin, you’ll be able to jump from your seat and get to safety.
And when you have to leave the plane, you’re still getting the benefits of the air-pressure relief.
If it’s an emergency, like an engine problem or a malfunctioning fuel pump, you might have to take off your seat belt, but that’s not always the case.
And it’s always best to get to your destination safely, even if you can see flames in the cockpit.
In the end, the safest place to fly is the one where the cabin is open.
There’s also no risk of a fire spreading from your cabin.
The only way to really avoid a fire on a normal plane is to install a fireproofing system, like one that’s already on the plane.
The more you put in, the safer the plane becomes, and the more it saves lives.
For more plane safety tips, check out the best ways to avoid a plane fire.