• Flying Etiquette

    Posted on April 29, 2013 by in Ask Aston

    With the purposeful decrease of available flights causing overcrowding and increased chances of delays, flying can be a nerve-wracking and unpleasant experience at times. Although the consumer has no power over airlines schedules, etc, there are basic common courtesies that every traveler should follow to make the best of even the worst situations. First, don’t crowd around the gate entrance when waiting for your boarding section to be called- you already have a seat so you can take your time getting to it. Be mindful of personal space especially when sleeping or moving around at your seat.  Think twice before having alcohol while flying, the combination may make unpleasant situations worse. And finally, don’t rush to the front of the plane when landing. Everyone is ready to get off too so be patient and wait for your rows’ turn.

    For more in-flight etiquette tips, check out this article.


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