Stuff you need to know:
- Once on board, note the two closest exits and count the rows from your seat. In the smoky darkness you can feel the seats and count until you reach the exit row.
- You may want to wear your PJs and slippers, but if you were smart you'd wear long pants, sleeves and close-toed shoes. Also, wear cotton. In the event of a crash, you'll be well protected and your clothes won't melt.
- It's hard to believe, but roughly 90 percent of passengers in plane crashes between 1980 and 2000 lived to tell about it.