Though flying is extremely safe (you have a *muc*h higher chance of crashing your car than crashing in an airplane), there *is* something inherently terrifying about being 30,000 feet in the air. After all, if something goes wrong, there’s nowhere to go — and virtually no chance of survival after you hit the ground. These grim facts have caused one man to devise a patent that could change all of that. His name is Tatarenko Vladimir Nikolaevich, and he’s created an idea for an aircraft that provides separation of the fuselage, should anything go wrong. The idea is that just because the engine goes out, or the wing is damaged, etc, you can still land safely in a highly protected fuselage that won’t explode or break apart when it hits the ground. Check out the illustrations and a video for the proposed patent below.
**Take a look at the video below. What do you think of this idea? Would you feel safer flying in a plane like this?**