Why can't airplanes fly when it is about to rain?

This question is a bit strange to me, because I've never seen an airplane unable to fly when it rains. And I'm sure the aircraft maker company has designed a plane that can operate when it rains even when it snows. Airlines have also made security procedures to deal with certain weather conditions. Especially to decide which planes can air.

At present air transportation is far safer than other transportation. Air Traffic Controllers that are at the airport will not allow airplanes to air if weather conditions are dangerous. But if the weather conditions rain your plane is still dispatched, no need to worry, that means the condition is indeed possible for the aircraft to air.

Here are some things you need to know when the plane flies on a rainy day so you don't panic and stay focused on your trip.

1. Flights shake a little

The same is true when driving a car on a rainy day. Many holes are covered in water which causes the vehicle to accidentally hit the hole and make the vehicle slightly shaken. This also happened to the plane. Especially if the plane has to go through rain clouds, this means the plane will shake or suddenly rise and fall. What needs to be understood is that this condition is normal.

2. Lightning will not make the plane fall

Experts say the possibility of a plane being struck by lightning is rare. And even when that happens, lightning won't burn the plane you're riding. The aircraft was made to absorb more than eight times the energy carried by lightning strikes. If lightning strikes a plane, the energy dissipated is very small, and will not interfere with the aircraft's electronic devices as well as passengers. Your pilot will choose to land immediately after a strike, but this condition is more a precautionary measure rather than a sign of danger.

3. Bad weather will not make the aircraft scattered. 

The wings can withstand extreme pressure, as well as the aircraft cabin. The sophisticated avionics system makes it possible to land at low visibility levels without significant interference. A plane can maneuver more than you think. But, whatever the conditions, the flight crew will still prioritize the comfort and safety of passengers and keep passengers calm.

4. Pilots and flight attendants

Tense passengers will not imagine that the flight crew is trying desperately to get through a difficult flight. Actually, however, your pilot might be worried but still be able to control the aircraft properly. Turbulence is common and in some cases can be handled by an aircraft autopilot system. Flight attendants and flight attendants have been trained to deal with the worst situations.

5. Landing

Landing is the most challenging part of each flight because the error rate can be higher. The aircraft can still land under low visibility conditions using the autopilot. The landing distance and speed are also adjusted to ensure the plane does not slip.

I think the question above needs to be criticized and revised again.