Just us and the Tyre World Heritage Site✨ We were there all by ourselves the other morning. While our little one slept in his stroller in the shade of a palm tree, we walked around and admired these magnificent ancient pillars 🏛️
Heart attacks are common in airports and in-flight due to the fact that people are often stressed in airports and during their flight. Heart attacks during flight, especially, are a particular type of emergency.
An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a very helpful, life-saving tool to treat someone having a heart attack, and therefore can play a significant role in airports and flights. The FAA, which regulates US planes, has required AEDs on domestic flights since about 1994, meaning AEDs have to be on airplanes and in airports pursuant to federal law.
Esta é a melhor foto que você verá no seu feed hoje. Vibe positiva em um resort do Líbano e ao fundo avião da companhia aérea libanesa MEA (Middle East Airlines). Créditos para @join.joe 🇱🇧 This is the best photo you'll see in your feed today. Good vibes in a Lebanon's resort and in the background a airplane of the Lebanese airline MEA (Middle East Airlines). Credits for @join.joe #libano#libano_brasil#lebanon#livelovelebanon#lasiesta#mea#middleeastairlines
WHAT THAT TINY HOLE IN THE AIRPLANE WINDOW DOES?
It’s to regulate cabin pressure. Most airplane windows are made up of three panels of acrylic. The exterior window works as you would expect—keeping the elements out and maintaining cabin pressure. In the unlikely event that something happens to the exterior pane, the second pane acts as a fail-safe option. The tiny hole in the interior window is there to regulate air pressure so the middle pane remains intact and uncompromised until it is called into duty.
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