Commercial airlines prohibit the carry-on of mercury thermometers because of the way mercury reacts with aluminium. If such thermometer were to break and spill on a plane, even a tiny amount of mercury could badly damage the plane’s aluminium frame.
Most planes flying internationally have their home country’s flag painted on or around their tails. Generally, the flag is facing the proper way round on the left (port) side of the aircraft, and backward on the starboard side. Why? Because that’s how it would look if a real flag were hoisted on a pole above the airplane during flight.
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