Plane Essays

  • My Plane Experience

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    Have you ever rode a plane. Well i haven 't and last christmas was my first time riding a plane and after 6 year i went to mexico again with my mom. So today i will be telling you my story. Well my story begins when we was getting ready to go to the plane and then around 11 pm or 12 am they called us that our flight got delay to 7:00 am so we left at 3:00 am. When we got to the airport we watted untill the airport open our airline we was on so that we can give them our suitcase. Then we

  • Boeing 747 Plane Crash Case

    772 Words  | 4 Pages

    engines of the plane and it ends up getting sucked in. This causes the Boeing pilot to loose control of the airplane lucky the pilot was skilled enough to proceed with a crash landing while keeping most of the fuselage intact. The crash caused the pilots and passengers to get jolted around in the aircraft. Luckly most people were still wearing seat belts but others that werent are severly injured, and are in critical condition but the majority of everyone is was helped out of the plane wreck and had

  • A White Rose Analysis

    898 Words  | 4 Pages

    [A White Rose] A white rose: Can we meet again? “Take care of yourself as usual!” Son, who is a pilot of a light plane, also guides tourists to the beautiful scenery of this area. Many people visit this sparkling Snow Mountain around this time of every year. Father still worries his son even though he has flown the same place many times. “Don’t worry, Dad. Nothing bad could happen. “, says the son smiling at his father and goes out of the house. Numerous people gather to climb the beautifully

  • Personal Narrative: A Day At An Airport

    805 Words  | 4 Pages

    newspapers, magazines were flying in all directions, luggage was falling and others were praying. The pilot had requested an emergency landing. The plane took a sharp turn to the left and started heading back towards the airport. He tried to calm us, but he mentioned that we needed to take the brace position, which caused more panic. I was convinced that the plane would explode in mid-air or as we were landing. The word “explosion” was echoing through my mind. My eyes were visualizing that possible

  • Roger Rosenblatt The Man In The Water

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    concerning an airplane crash in a freezing Potomac River, lost his life while ensuring the lives of other plane passengers. Rosenblatt wrote a compelling article about the unidentified man, pointing out how his act not only affected the outcome of his own life, but the lives of the strangers he then rescued. The article consists of not just what happened the day of the plane wreck concerning the plane passengers, including the unidentified man, but how it affected the other passengers’ lives for years

  • Symbolism In The Country Husband

    774 Words  | 4 Pages

    through providing visually concrete features connected to these themes; he uses a plane crash for the theme of identity crisis of the main character, angelic and biblical references for the theme of Christianity and weaponry for the theme of war. The first example of an allegory Cheever uses in his story to emphasise a main theme is directly at the beginning with the plane crash which introduces the story; this plane crash is an allegory for one of the main themes, namely the theme of an identity

  • Conflict In The Hatchet

    813 Words  | 4 Pages

    pulls out all the equipment, somehow he feels like this separates him from the nature. He no longer has to try and survive like everything else, he is top of the food chain now and also finds vacuumed foods. As he starts cooking a feast for himself a plane flies in because of a tracker that was also in this bag, and with Brian’s new perspective the first thing he ask the stranger is if he would like some

  • Skyjacked Short Story

    1337 Words  | 6 Pages

    of the plane……. He began to write a note stating that he had a bomb with him and he wanted a ransom amount of money; precisely one million dollars - all in hundred dollar bills however before he gets the chance to pass the note to the air hostess, an unusual looking man stands up and addresses the audience. “I am Greg Smith, and I have a gun with me; anyone who refuses to obey my orders shall die in mid-air,” this weird man

  • Narrative Essay On Airplanes

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    We walked around the plane and examined it. It was amazing that a machine this big could fly like the birds. After a few more minuets passed by, Keith surprised us by saying that the biplane was his and that he would let us take a ride in it with him if we wanted to. I eagerly turned to our father, who was smiling, and asked him if I could. He said that it would be alright. I could not believe it, I was going to get to ride in an airplane! Keith ran back into the the building and returned with

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Cancun Mexico

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    shopping centers,restaurants,etc The day arrived off we go to Cancun my boyfriend,friends and I, We got to the airport early that morning went thought security then we grabbed are tickets found are gate number then took a sit while we wait for the plane

  • My First Experience-Personal Narrative

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    July 6, 2013 was a day I was looking forward to for a while, as I was finally going to meet my cousins of whom I had previously only seen in pictures and 1024x768 computer screens. As the plane we were travelling in was in final moments of descent, I remember bubbling with excitement, looking for different landmarks to visit on a California map, unaware of what was in store. Totally unprepared as I was, an abrupt jolt made the map fly out off my hand and a huge push thrust me forward as the aircraft

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Baja California Los Cabos

    574 Words  | 3 Pages

    she would win. My legs were shaking at the thought of being on an airplane. After what seemed like an hour, I finally ended up on the plane. I was no longer whining because I had a beautiful view on the airplane. Who would know that the trip to Baja California Sur, Los Cabos San Lucas would be the best day of my life. After long hours, we finally got off the plane. My mom, dad, and my older brother David were very excited. I wasn’t. I on the other hand, was very tired and bored. We got to our hotel

  • The Hatchet By Gary Paulsen Summary

    551 Words  | 3 Pages

    father lived. Before the flight, the mother gave him a hatchet as a present, and hooked it on his belt. On the way up there, the pilot kept a dull and quiet personality. When the tension loosened a little bit, the pilot actually let Brian drive the plane. Although scary, Brian got the hang of it rather quickly. While the pilot was driving, he randomly had a massive heart attack, and since there was no medical assistance, he died within a couple of minutes. Brian was now all alone and terrified. When

  • My Last Journey Essay

    836 Words  | 4 Pages

    As our plane flew over the wide, windy desert, all 14 of us felt a special excitement and adventure in taking this vacation together. I looked out the window and saw the sand blowing gracefully through the air. It looked so pretty and neat. The sand was traveling just like us. I heard my friends chatting and laughing. I smiled. My 6th-grade class was going to Arizona to see the Grand Canyon and other pretty sights. I was super excited; I knew we were going to have a ton of fun! Boom! I jumped in

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Bahamas

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    Bahamas. We flew there and the ride was horrible. I had to sit by some random person's baby. The child wouldn't stop crying. We were on the plane for 6 hours. Finally I had enough so I switched seats with my mom. She was seating beside two old women. So I just put my earbuds in and slept. We were finally there. Mom had to wake me up so I would get off the plane. We were staying at the most beautiful resort I had ever seen. Our room was on the 10th floor and was a ocean view, it was the fanciest room

  • 13 Year-Old Boy Who Killed: A Case Study Of Brian Robeson

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    Picture this! You are a thirteen year-old boy names Brian Robeson. You just watched the pilot of your single passenger plane suffer a heart attack. You somehow managed to keep the plan going and have just crashed it into a lake. Then you nearly drown and now need to find a way to survive. Well here are three of his survival strategies. Trial and error, thinking positive and planning ahead. Brian's first survival strategy is trial and error. Some examples of this are when he made a bow and arrow

  • Chapter Summary: The Story Of The Horned Toad

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    airport to live with his cousins in Guatemala,. When they were boarding the plane he saw that they didn't put enough fuel in the plane. Mabe they put the fuel in ahead of time, he thought. So he got on the airplane’s front row and the plane took off. Chapter #2 The plane stopped. Then it started falling. And falling. Until it hit the water. Everyone else was gone.The only pesonone who survived was Phrynosoma. Luckily, the plane crashed only a mile away from an island. Phrynosoma looked in the back

  • Personal Narrative: My Family Trip To Florida

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    Florida This year my family went to Florida. It was our first family trip, and my only trip that I actually got to go on a plane! My grandpa was over at our house and he was giving my mom some flowers to put out on our patio, and I was in my room. When my mom and grandpa started a conversation about Florida. My grandpa said to my mom, “So this year your mom and I were thinking about taking everyone out to Florida.” So I ran as fast as I could down stairs. “Wait! What? We are going to Florida

  • Persuasive Essay On Becoming A Pilot

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    all the requirements and exact stuff like how many hours for certain requirements. I also wanted to learn where to go to be able to fly for the cheapest and the fasted route to becoming a pilot.I had found remember the first time I flew in a small plane. The feeling of soaring through the air made every last second seem as if i was floating on a cloud in heaven. First I started with a aviation colleges like Phoenix East Aviation I went through their website and looked at there flight programs and

  • Essay On Noise Canceling Headphones

    900 Words  | 4 Pages

    There is unwanted noise all around us. Without Noise cancelling headphones, there is no escaping it. There 's engine and air noise on planes, blaring sounds of city streets, noisy air conditioners, unwanted noise in the office and endless lawn equipment noise at home. These constant sounds can cause fatigue and sap your energy. If you 've ever enjoyed the effects of a good noise cancelling headphone, you know that it 's possible to "slip on some quiet" and have a reprieve form all that unwanted