Most people who have vertigo are able to fly. Potential problems include motion sickness or increased dizziness. Flying on a large commercial airline with a pressurized cabin helps to reduce both problems. Over-the-count... More »

Flying can cause barotrauma, a condition in which increased air pressure upon ascending, descending and landing causes ear pressure, ear pain and vertigo, explains Drugs.com. In most cases, symptoms are only present duri... More »

Vertigo makes individuals feel like they are spinning or in an environment that is moving, explains Medical News Today. This feeling of dizziness, tilting or impaired balance is often caused by inner ear complications, i... More »

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The airplane has affected human life in several areas, including the transport of goods internationally, the world of politics and meeting people from other countries. It has reduced travel time from one destination to a... More »

Airplane travel allows for shorter travel times and travel efficiency; it allows people to see the world and it creates millions of jobs across the globe. The world is now global and there are no true borders thanks to a... More »

Modern 747 model aircraft, nicknamed "jumbo jets," can seat between 300 and 500 people. The exact number of seats depends on the type of 747 jet and the individual airline's configuration of the plane. More »

Some FAA regulations for drones, or any unmanned aircraft, include avoiding stadiums, airports and people while flying the drone, the FAA states. These regulations apply to drones and model aircraft used for recreational... More »

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