KLM India tweets advice on seat fatality rate in plane crashes

Daily Newsletter | July 19, 2019
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If you ever wondered where to sit in a plane to survive a possible crash, wonder no more. Good-guy KLM India has provided the answer. The now-deleted post shared on the regional Twitter account of the Dutch airline KLM in India on July 17, 2019, presented seat fatality range indicating which seats in an aircraft are the safest, and which, well, are not so promising.
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