“Smart Magazine” collected the most common misconceptions that passengers have shared with each other for many years, but in vain! If a professional pilot hears that you believe in it, he surely will laugh.
Actually this is not true. The fact is that after take-off, the doors are under great pressure. To open them, you will need superhuman strength – no person in the world can cope with such a task.
If you are afraid that some drunken passenger will come to mind to open the door and people will start flying overboard, do not worry – this is absolutely out of the question.
This myth is closely related to the previous one. Dangerous for passengers and crew members pressure drops can arise as a result of a bomb explosion, or damage to the structure of the aircraft. A small gap in the fuselage is quite another matter.