uk Travel Business Review - 23 October 2012 The fear of flying is universal and it can affect anyone from the very casual flyer to the busy business executive who has to take to the skies in spite of his or her fears.
What does FOF stand for?
FOF stands for Fear of Flying
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- Fast Old Farts (female and male racers over the age of 40)
- Fear Of Failure
- Fear of Falling (behavioral science)
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According to budget airline easyJet almost one in six people has a fear of flying.
Approximately one in six people has a fear of flying.
amp;#8203; A father and son are set to travel from the UAE to the UK by land after the boy suddenly developed an acute fear of flying Thompson, 63, was quoted as saying: "There was no event that prompted it.
Byline: MIRROR REPORTER A PETRIFIED 10% of us suffer from a fear of flying - with women the most likely to be affected by the condition.
Feb 29, 2012 Many People Are Afraid of Flying The airline industry is clearly aware of the fear of flying and how it affects the traveling public.
The Peruvian, above, who has a well-documented fear of flying, became so tense that he suffered a thigh muscle injury and was left out of the 2-2 draw against FC Lucerne.
He said Glen had consumed alcohol and had taken an anti-histamine drug, while he had also expressed a fear of flying and was tired.