How many of us actually pay attention to the flight attendants giving us safety instructions prior to takeoff?
Always be prepared and know how to properly put on your oxygen masks in case of mid air emergency.
If and when cabin pressure drops in an airplane, these masks will be deployed. Passengers onboard need to properly secure these masks in order to receive the oxygen needed. Masks must fully cover both MOUTH and NOSE.
When traveling with smaller children or others who might need your assistance, always secure your mask first before trying to help others.
We hope you would never have the need for it. But if a dangling oxygen mask is in front of you during your flight, we hope you will remember to put all things aside and properly secure that mask before you shift your focus to your next move.