Many passengers experience insecure or anxious feelings during flight. If they were provided aircraft performance info, flight crew or maintenance personnel's info(say personnels have many years of experience), which indicates flight is checked and safe, they may not be worried during flight. I wonder if there's any regulation or law regarding to this issue. Does anybody happen to know it? Thanks!
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If they were provided aircraft performance info, flight crew or maintenance personnel's info(say personnel have many years of experience), which indicates flight is checked and safe, they may not be worried during flight.
Not a bunch of log and personnel files, but various certificates guarantee a flight is "checked and safe". The most important ones I can currently think of are the air operator's certificate (given to an airline) and the airworthiness certificate (given to an aircraft).
To address the regulatory aspects of your question:
- personnel info will be subject to privacy regulations and therefore would not be shared with passengers;
- maintenance logs are often company confidential, and are therefore not shared.
Averaging roughly 300 commercial flights per year, I have yet to meet someone anxious or insecure due to missing aircraft performance info or flight crew info, simply because they would still not be able to gauge relative safety to a self-comforting level. The average person with flight anxiety is essentially irrationally afraid of dying due to little knowledge of publicly available transportation safety statistics and math. Have a look at http://planecrashinfo.com/cause.htm.
While interesting for some, offering information on aircraft performance info, flight crew or maintenance personnel's info - apart from the questionable legal standpoint - with the implicitly needed hinting towards safety would be lying, as there is no quantifiable correlation between such information and safety. I happily stand corrected.