The media often emphasize that the occurrence of plane crashes is exceedingly infrequent. In fact, these statistics suggest that one is more likely to die driving to the airport than flying across the country (Curran 237).
Airports are equipped with top-notch facilities to facilitate traffic control both at the airports while landing and in the sky during flight. Pilots have a multitude of assistance helping them from takeoff through landing with Control. Traffic control crews both at the departure point to the landing. These crews are in rotation around the clock 24 hours a day. Where they make use of radar procedures to track the planes in the sky, provide directions, authorization and the information about flight state of affairs. Pilots are not the only people in charge of safety in the air. However with road transport t, his is not the case, the driver has no one to help him or her in watching the road while he or she is driving. These drivers to multitask that required divided attention thus less focus.
The pilots undergo rigorous training long before they get entrusted with the responsibility of flying a plane. The training takes more time to complete than a typical driving test does. A driving test requires one merely to demonstrate a mastery of steering, braking, signaling. Once the applicant shows a characteristic, he or she gets a driving license and considered fit to drive. Moreover, one must go to flight school to acquire a license. The training period enables pilots to enhance the ability of the pilot to gain some of the required experience (Curran 242).
Customarily there are two pilots in any aircraft. In case anything is wrong with one pilot, the other one can typically take over. In addition, a crew onboard ensures all the passengers adhere to the rules of the aircraft to prevent any accidents.