If you have traveled on an airplane before, your flight’s safety was ensured by a pre-flight inspection. Every plane must be checked and inspected before each flight.
The plane will be checked both from the outside and more closely from the inside. The external parts of the plane and overall structures are observed from a distance. This allows the inspectors to pick up on any major flats or external damages. Then the plane will be inspected more closely so each individual part down to the aircraft rivets which can be checked for any potential malfunctions or damages.
Once the manufacturer’s checklist is completed and all parts have been inspected, the plane needs to be cleaned. The windows and floors must be kept clear and clean, especially in the cockpit where the pilot will sit. Any blockages in aisles or obstructions to views could cause potential danger or harm …