The particles will be spread through all over the cabin, due to the way air circulates from the overhead fans to the lower vents, in order to keep the plane ventilated.
The seats with the highest risk of infection are those to the left and right of the sneezer, as well as those to the left and right behind them, the video shows.
Ian Henderson, professor of microbial biology at the University of Birmingham’s School of Immunity, agreed with the images.
He told MailOnline: ‘It’s true - if somebody sneezes and they’re infected with flu, they will expel viruses in the cabin.
‘You can measure the dispersion of a sneeze up to 50ft. They really can spread a fair distance.
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