Do not try to disturb others, patiently line up, prepare papers ready to be remembered to become a polite person on the plane.
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Travel experience: 7 courtesy when flying
Not uncomfortable if not called on the plane before: Usually, when boarding, airline employees will call in turn high ticket, disabled, families with children and then to other tickets. . If it is not your turn, sit still, relax in the waiting room and avoid jumbled scramble on the plane in advance. Photo: News.com.au.
Prepare documents: People want to board the plane must produce tickets, passports and identification such as identity card if flying in water. So, be prepared for everything before boarding the plane. You will waste other people’s time when searching, especially when you line up. Photo by Zoe Gibbs.
Patience waits for their turn: Some passengers often carry oversized suitcases, which do not fit in the overhead compartments and must be tucked in while many people are standing in the back. In this case, if you are one of many passengers waiting, have a polite smile and may offer to help them. From that experience, you should also consider buying a new smaller suitcase, or you can use the space under the seat in front of you to avoid the same situation. Photo: Istock.
Non-exclusive armrests: The seats on the aircraft often share armrests, especially in the lower class. Everyone wants to be comfortable, but not everyone is seated near a window or by a walkway. Therefore, do not monopolize hand rails, so that others have to sit in cramped. Photo: Istock.
Do not disturb people sitting by: Usually, the seats in the plane are ranked 2 or 3 consecutive units, and you will be sitting next to other passengers in the whole flight. Getting to know and talking will make the journey easier, but if the person does not want to talk, do not disturb them. Wear a headset and enjoy your quiet. Photo: Phatfriend.
Ask before you want to take a seat: No one likes to be trapped in a confined space even in the shortest time, and many will be very upset if you take away much of their seating space. So, ask the person in the back row to get approval before you sit down. Photo: Istock.
Respect the common space: Aircraft is a public space, though small. Lock the door while in the toilet, and if you want to listen to music, make sure that only you are the only person who can hear. Everyone has their own way of relaxing during flight, but try not to influence others. Brother.