Airplane etiquette

airplane seat2For those who don’t travel regularly, it’s  not always easy to know what the etiquette rules are. On the flip side, for those who have traveled frequently for years, it’s easy to forget the rules and be annoyed by those infrequent travelers. I wrote about the most common situations where a little etiquette goes a long  way in the March edition of the Uniglobe Insight newsletter. Check out my tips for being kind to your fellow passengers.

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Comments

  1. Most points are well taken, but not all.

    The middle seat, in economy, generally has the most *legroom*. (With the aisle seat, you stretch out your inboard/aisle leg into the aisle at your own peril.)

    So the middle seat should get both armrests as well? Hmmm.

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