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That's why the planes are on their left side
14/Jun/2018
Maybe we ask ourselves why we get on the planes from the left without the right? "The first airports were ready to land in front of the lounges and stop to get out," said a former Air Force pilot on the Cora website. Doors on the right side of the passenger compartment, but in the end it was the pilot's field of vision. " "In some airports, the landing can be placed in the front or after the doors, but to avoid the passengers traveling around the airport, the passengers' boarding and landing are always on the same side (usually the left)," he said. Also, for safety reasons, passenger traffic is limited to one side while the aircraft is supplied with fuel from the other side, and it is useful to load the bags and cargo from the opposite direction of passenger traffic and the bridge or stairs used for boarding and landing. "Among the companies that design the passenger doors On the left: Boeing, Air Iss, Bombardier. The design of the door on the left has a historical background, and many reasons. The first to start with this direction is the Vikings. They built the steering wheel in their ships on the right side, which means that the port or door will be on the left side, the one on which the ship will be anchored, to fill or unload a certain load. Ships were essential in Viking society, so there was attention to detail. The aim of their sea voyages was to trade, explore, and also raid. They have made their travels to Scandinavia, Greenland, the Mediterranean, Africa and Canada. Another reason for the aircraft's door on the left was aristocracy and soldiers riding their horses from the left, where it was easier to rely on the right leg in the ride. Another reason for the first World War launchers was that the metal supports that helped to climb were on the left, and that became standard for all aircraft. The aircraft are equipped with fuel from the right side, so it is not safe to have passengers traveling and riding from that side, this helps the staff to complete their work without interference. With the advent of the air bridge, the left was the most preferred and easy on the captain of the plane, where the seat is also on the left. The Arabs