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Humorous Tips To Cure Your Fear of Flying

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THE JETWAY IS NOT A GANG PLANK, Humorous Tips To Cure Your Fear of Flying, by Julie W. Buscher, author

This is a 34 page.pdf format eBook filled with colorful illustrations on each page;
If youre frightened of flying, this book is for you; - humorous, educational and entertaining!


My grandfather didnt like being higher off the ground than his horses saddle.

This booklet is chock full of humorous and useful information geared to conquer your fear of flying. You’ll be entertained and educated by each tidbit, and emerge a less fearful flyer. The suggestions, advice and jokes are sure to turn your clenched white knuckles back to pink. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. Laughing out loud is allowed.


Section I: Humorous Tips (p.3)

Section II: Practical Tips (p. 6)

Section III: Educational (p. 9)

Section IV: Flying “Funnies” (p. 15-24)

Morris and Gertrude’s $50 flight,

Airplane and flying humorous quotes,

Actual laws from variety of places in the U.S.,

(yes, they’re real)

Pilot humor,

Why Americans should never be allowed to travel.

Section V: Fear of Flying Websites, Books, Courses and Workshops (p. 25)

Section VI: “Let’s Buzz the Taj Mahal! (p. 27)

My flying experiences:

“Yea! No waiting at the gate.” (Section III, p. 9)

“Punching through a mean thunder cell!” (p. 26)

“When I met my Waterloo” (p. 27)

“San Francisco or ‘bust’ ” (p. 32)


Don’t worry. Relax. You can do all your worrying from the time something goes wrong until you hit the ground.

Crack your knuckles as loudly as possible. Never mind if it annoys the passenger sitting next to you. Hopefully, you’ll arrive at your destination with some knuckles still in one piece.


If you get nervous or frightened, take deep breaths and wiggle your toes back and forth; also, intermediately tightly curve toes down and hold for a second or two. Keep doing this exercise. You’ll be surprised to find yourself relaxing and less fearful. I believe there is some type of connection between brain and toes, perhaps because you’re concentrating on this activity and not the flying. This exercise worked for me.


Be entertained: Indulge in a work of fiction: A book you have brought with you that’s so good you can’t put it down, or a film supplied by the airline are good ways to pass the time. When you are engaged in some entertaining reading or viewing material, the hours just seem to slip by.


If you haven’t boarded the airplane at least 10-15 minutes before flight is scheduled to depart the airline has the right to give your seat to a stand-by passenger.

If you’ve been in a boat you know that water has waves and sometimes can be rough and choppy. The same physics applies when an airplane flies through rough or choppy air; air is matter just like water.

Imagine yourself being in a beautiful, blue ocean bubble, but it’s a bubble of air, not water; you’re not going to sink to the bottom.


Lets buzz the Taj Mahal:

. . . .On one journey the flight plan’s route was directly over the Taj Mahal. Lee and his copilot impatiently waited while the Indian ground crew packed the aircraft with huge heaps of cargo from top to bottom.

Lee and the copilot didn’t do a “weight and balance” tally of the airplane or check the cargo load before take-off. Once airborne they quickly realized the aircraft was over-gross as it headed dead-on for the roof of the Taj Mahal!. . . .

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