Channel 4 and production company decided to conduct a new experience (and very expensive, $ 1.5 million). Take a Boeing 727, the cram of cameras, sensors and crash test dummies, and send it crashing into the desert.
The goal? Make beautiful images, but also understand how to behave during a plane crash, and especially what areas of the aircraft must be seated for a better chance of surviving an impact.
Based on this experience, it is better to sit in the back. The chances of survival for the most advanced places in the device - often more expensive - are practically nil. The site Popular mechanics had arrived - compiling statistics from several famous crashes - the same conclusion.