the passengers in a plane, with a few exceptions on the left side of the boarding, for several reasons. First of all, Safety comes first. Thus, the passengers boarding't work the ground personnel during loading of the machine and maintenance get in the way, is a spatial separation is quite reasonable. The British aviation authority CAA said a few years ago, for example, to the "Daily Mail": "The access to the cargo spaces is usually on the right side of the aircraft, which means that on this page many of the vehicles, and the refuelling is not carried out in many (but not all) of the large aircraft on the left side." A clear separation of passengers and ground personnel to minimize for this reason, the risk of injury due to service vehicles.
But why are the entrances for passengers always on the left side? A possible explanation could be the historical model of the flying – ship – travel -. There it was, for a long time customary that ships on the port side, so the left-hand side, firmly made and, therefore, there were entering (is in ports, always the English word for portside "portside" – port side). Accordingly, we took in the air travel later, the nautical model, and also went here on the left-hand side on Board.FAZ.NET completely
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For the pilot brings to this Tradition a further advantage: Since this sits in the Cockpit, also on the left side, he has control when moving to the Park position with a better Overview of possible obstacles and the plane to the Terminal. testDate Of Update: 14 August 2020, 04:19