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Why are the lights inside an aircraft put off during takeoff and landing? View All


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John Blawish
They dim the light so the passengers eyes get accustomed to the darkness in case there is an emergency on takeoffs and landing. The exit signs and placards illuminate but if there is too much light in the cabin nobody can see them.


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Spider Pig
So that the pilot and the air hostess can have a cuddle. ;)

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