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September 12, 2014
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Americas: Sue’s Air Travel Etiquette Guide


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​Sad to think we may need one, but given the recent rash of reclining-seat-based bad behavior and a discussion with a flight attendant on a flight not long ago, it appears that we do. So here’s my first stab at creating a guide that, if followed, might just keep the bloodletting to a minimum (until the next seat-space downshift, that is).  This is already getting long, so I’ll limit it to on-board behavior only for now.

1. When boarding, move quickly to your seat, put your bag in the overhead bin if you have a carryon, and take a seat. Do not open your bag and start rooting through it while standing in the aisle, swim upstream for a better overhead bin locale, or stop to chat with someone. Carry your bag low and in front of you while walking down the aisle to avoid smashing it into the people you're passing who are already seated. 

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