Some airline passengers take great exception to passengers in front of them, reclining their seat back, and are asking the airlines to eliminate seat recline. Sometimes, these passengers complain loudly while in flight and take other actions when they believe the passenger in front of them, has invaded their space. Ned Levi discusses the issues of airplane seat recline.
In light of the story about the Southwest Airlines passenger who tried to use an electronic cigarette on his flight, and later threw peanuts and pretzels at flight attendant, Ned Levi discusses his top five rules for airline passenger conduct.
On the airplane, that tiny button on your armrest that allows you to recline your seat is often a bone of contention for many passengers, and it can make ordinarily calm and affable person see red. What is the exact ruling on this issue? Where is it written that one passenger has the right to invade the person’s space behind them? Read on, answers and tips on this issue follow.
Some air travelers find in very difficult to sleep on those long night flights to Europe and Asia. Ned has some suggestions for you so you can get some shuteye.