Faridah Nakazibwe, Her Kids And Briella Take Their First Flight Without Bruno K Paying For Anything!

Birds of the same feathers flock together so we had our first flight experience at the same time as Television personality Faridah Nakazibwe and her daughters.

Even though it is a second-hand experience, we got some insights to share with you. In this article, we look at what you should expect on your first flight and answer some questions for those who are curious about the experience.

Faridah Nakazibwe and the trinity take us on their first flight experience/YouTube

Nakazibwe took her three daughters for their first flying experience over the weekend. The family was dressed casually in sneakers, t-shirts, and jeans. They were given safety vests before their flight and had to take them off before climbing into the aircraft 5X-KAT.

Nakazibwe’s two daughters went first, followed by Nakazibwe and Briella. Singer Bruno K is also seen towards the end of the day.

Apart from breathtaking views of the lake, vegetation, and land, and the ecstatic faces, the family gave us a glimpse of the experience of flying, at least for the first time.

The whole family was given reflective jackets to wear on the aircraft grounds. The purpose of reflective clothing is to signal the presence of the user in places and situations which may pose potential threats to their health and safety. This type of signalling must be effective at any time of day and night.

The aircraft operator is seen educating the young ones about the operation of the wings. The wings change position depending on whether the aircraft is landing or taking off. They are adjustable to face the opposite way from the action of the aircraft in landing and taking off.

One of the girls is seen checking the feel of the headphones by putting them on and off to feel the difference. Although the video sound was tuned down, it is safe to say it can be very loud up there. Briella can be seen screaming her lungs out.

Faridah Nakazibwe and the trinity take us on their first flight experience.
The landing is smooth however, when Nakazibwe and Briella got out of the aircraft, they were complaining about pain in the ears. This is called ear barotrauma, which refers to the stress on your eardrum that occurs when the air pressure in your middle ear and the air pressure in the environment are out of balance. You might get ear barotrauma when on an aircraft that’s climbing after takeoff or descending for landing.


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