Shocking video shows why you should stay buckled on a plane

A SHOCKING video has revealed why passengers should always fasten their seat belts during a flight – even when the seat belt sign is off.

15 passengers were injured when a SpiceJet flight out of Bombay to West Bengal experienced severe turbulence Saturday night.

Images of the aftermath of the turbulence show the damage

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Images of the aftermath of the turbulence show the damage

The flight encountered turbulence as it began its descent with a passenger explaining how the seat belts “tore on impact”.

Footage captured by a passenger in the Aftermath of the turbulence showed the cabin in disarray after hand luggage fell out of the luggage compartment.

In the clip, lights have fallen from the ceiling and backrest tables are thrown over the cabin floor.

A passenger tells India today: “It felt like that The flight tilted back and forth. Some people fell backwards out of their seats.”

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They added: “Luggage fell out of the overhead bins and hit people on the head”.

Of the 11 passengers hospitalized, only one survived severe injury the rest were discharged after treatment.

Vishal K Patel, who said he was a passenger on the flight, described the trip as “a nightmare”.

Taking to Twitter, he said: “Thankfully most people behaved well during the crisis and were lucky enough to survive.”

A flight attendant previously revealed how turbulence-related injuries are the most likely cause of serious injuries during a flight.

According to Amanda Pleva, a flight attendant with 14 years of experience and a column on FlyerTalkNot wearing a seat belt can result in serious injury in turbulent conditions.

She explained: “Most passengers who fear the plane might fall out of the sky tend to overlook a much more real scenario and it’s so frustratingly avoidable – turbulence-related injuries…

“It’s really boring to hear, and even more boring for us to repeat a flight multiple times, but of all the rules we enforce on the plane, this is the one we take most seriously.

“We prepare for so many possible scenarios but turbulence happens often and it doesn’t take much to cause injury…

“I understand people hopping down the aisles to the bathrooms when they just can’t wait, although we don’t recommend it.”

“But it’s not uncommon to go through fairly severe turbulence only to have a passenger or two trudge to the galley just to ask for a drink.

“There is no excuse for such behavior and seat belts are not so uncomfortable that they cannot be worn loosely.”

Indeed it is It is illegal not to wear a seat belt during a flight if the pilot has instructed the passengers to do so.

Even if the flight seems smooth, the flight might encounter an air leak without warning.

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The odds of getting caught in a plane crash are extremely unlikely – in fact, one in eleven million.

But if the worst case scenario should happen Then the choice of your seat can make a big difference.

Footage showed trash cans strewn across the cabin floor

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Footage showed trash cans strewn across the cabin floor
A flight attendant tries to reassure passengers during the flight

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A flight attendant tries to reassure passengers during the flight

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