Domanda 492, Meteorology - ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot license

An aircraft made of metal has a certain capacity to attract lightning, but the lightning will follow the surface and therefore no damage will be caused
An aircraft has in the atmosphere the same qualities as a 'Faraday cage', which means that a strike by lightning seldom occurs. But if it happens, the result will be an occasional engine failure. The crew may get a shock.
Aircraft made of composite material may get severe damage, the crew may be blinded and temporarily lose hearing
Aircraft made of composite material cannot conduct lightning and will therefore very seldom be struck