Plane seats can be very expensive when booking in advance due to some being more popular than others. Nervous fliers may choose to sit in a certain seat to help them through the flight but one pilot has revealed where you should sit if you wish to avoid the rough patches that an aircraft can often go through while in the sky.
Although plane transport is often known to be one of the safest modes of travel, some people may still feel anxious while flying due to the turbulence that planes often fly through.
Turbulence is unlikely to cause any major danger to the passengers as it is simply small air pockets that the plane is travelling through.
Though a very common part of flying and it is bound to happen on almost every flight, it can be upsetting for anxious passengers who already find travelling terrifying.
Commercial airline pilot Jonny Knowlson, who is also known as Jonny the Pilot explained to MailOnline where the top seats are for beating turbulence.
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He explained that sitting towards the front of the plane will avoid the feeling of turbulence while those towards the back will most likely feel it all.
Also although extra legroom may come at a cost, it could benefit those who are scared of turbulence as it gives you more space to move around and feel comfortable.
If you would like more room, the first row of the plane or emergency exits are the best pick. However if you would still like to avoid turbulence, then the first row of the plane is the better option.
Other nervous passengers may decide to sit next to a window seat for comfort.
Becoming sick onboard a plane is the last thing people want to happen if they are going on holiday or going to visit loved ones.
Sitting at the window also reduces your contact with other plane passengers who may be walking past to use the toilet or to stretch their legs.
This will then reduce the amount of germs you come into contact with while flying.
Therefore if you wish to avoid turbulence and avoid sickness, a window seat towards the front of the plane may be your best option for a comfy smooth flight.
Although it is advised not to rest your head against the window because you never know how many people have coughed, breathed or even sneezed against the surface.