Flight Courtesies to Remember
Since summer is upon us and travel will be on the rise, I would like to submit my hopes for the flying public. I am a flight attendant based in Baltimore/Washington, D.C., but I live here in Moore County.
If you are going to sit in “the emergency exit row,” please take the briefing seriously. Things do happen, and it would be nice if we were prepared.
If you run out of toilet paper in the lavatory, please don’t open the door and ask for some with your pants down. (This just happened to me!)
When you bring a carry-on, could you keep in mind that there are other passengers on board? Not every overhead bin is for you.
“Please” and “thank you” are still OK words to use.
Finally, if you are a frequent flier, please don’t tell me that you travel more than I do. It’s not true.
Thank you for allowing me to vent.
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