We deal with risks in everyday life and it is in human nature to adjust the way of thinking and acting in all cases, either by being proactive or having the feeling of fear and uncertainty. For example, it seems normal to check car tires, cooling water and lubrication oil level prior to a long trip or being nervous about flying with a certain airline company with recent airplane crash record, without accident root cause analysis results so far. In the first case, being proactive is nothing else than just a kind of Identify Risks, Plan Risk Responses processes and risk ownership. All those are fundamental topics of Risk Management but in reality it does not take special knowledge of Risk Management theory to be proactive prior to a travel, does it? In the second case though, having the feeling of fear and uncertainty is a result of not participating in Risk Management and how could we anyway as long as this is a matter of third parties responsibility far away from passengers authorization, just like engineering, maintenance and troubleshooting teams, with the pilot on top of the situation to decide either to fly or not, having completed first the control of the check-list. The passenger though can decide not to fly at all with a specific airline company and this is also a strategy of Risk Response process for negative risks (threats), the Risk Avoidance.