Maybe it’s the end-of-summer blues or the back-to-school stress, but with 3 incidents involving airplanes’ dwindling legroom over the last 2 weeks, something is putting travelers on edge these days.
Last night, a Florida-bound flight was diverted when an argument broke out over a passenger’s right to recline her seat. Last week, a flight to Paris was diverted to Boston when a man was charged with interfering with the flight crew during another fight that broke out over reclining seats. And just a few days before that, yet another disagreement erupted when a passenger tried to use a “Knee Defender,” a device that keeps the seat in front from reclining.
We all know that planes can be pretty tight, and when you’re in for a long journey, it can be difficult to keep the mood light. But as a reminder for your next trip, here’s a refresher on Airplane Etiquette, and to help you handle the stress of flying in close quarters, check out our Coach Class Travel Tips.
And don’t miss our Money-Saving Travel Tips, so you can cut a few corners on other aspects of your trip and splurge on a first-class plane ticket. Nothing beats that extra legroom!