Hello; I regularly travel by plane, perhaps 5 or 6 times a year and I'll watch things like this and air crash investigators whilst on the plane. The biggest risk is driving to the airport, 80 mile trip and thousands of cars most of which have not even done the most basic checks on their vehicles before heading off at 60-70 mph. They'll not have a clue what condition their tires or brakes are in. Yet worry when they get on a plane which has the equivalent of a full service and check on every take off, planes don't cut people up or try overtaking, they are kept a safe distance from each other. Bad weather no visibility, no problem in a plane. Multiple back ups for most major thing's. Sit back and relax and if you should have a million to 1 crash you'll die very quickly. Unlike mangled up in a car wreck with a broken neck as other cars come crashing into youThe third crash, the passenger plane crashing into the desert was empty and being flown by remote control. The only "passengers" onboard were crash test dummies rigged with sensors. The crash was done for an experiment to gain vital crash data that could hopefully make future aircraft safer. Not only to gain vital data for the future they were accually remaking a real crash that happened to see exactly how bad the the crash was in real life.