In almost everything we do, there are a set of rules and regulations that are to be followed. The same goes for when we get on a plane.
However, the rules of etiquette for when we fly is a bit more complicated in that its an activity that transcends virtually all nations, races, and cultures. Naturally, there are going to be conflicting views on the dos and don’t of in-flight etiquette.
Recently, British Airways teamed up with market research firm ProdegeMR to survey 1,500 travelers in the US, UK, France, Italy, and Germany. While the survey does not encompass all nations, it does reveal the opinions of flyers in five major aviation markets. Since all 1,500 people surveyed had either flown domestically or internationally within the past 12 months, consider this an unofficial rulebook for proper in-flight behavior.
Here’s a closer look the results of the British Airways study.
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