Inside the aeroplane, you will be instructed to buckle your seats, don’t spill your popcorn, and keep your baby asleep; the flight is just about to take off. These are the common things you will come across inside. Meanwhile, have you ever noticed the tiny holes around the bottom of the aeroplane window and thought that this glass is faulty? Or probably you think the glass is going to break off as the plane takes off but then you managed to see a similar itsy-bitsy hole on another window and told yourself that “I won’t panic as everyone else is not panicking” and “I will just ignore this hole and sleep”.
Now, if you have survived that flight of yours, this is the opportunity to know about that tiny hole in the aeroplane window. It happens that this hole, which sometimes forms frost around it, is a very essential safety feature. Technically, the tiny hole, which is on every single window on the airplane, is regarded as the breather hole. Its major purpose is to regulate the amount of air pressure that moves between the window’s inner and outer panels.