Do Your Part & Make Air Travel Easier.

A big travel week and Mother Nature isn’t cooperating.

10 travel tips.

  1. Be kind to gate agents; about delays or cancelations, they’re merely the messenger.
  2. While boarding, find your seat quickly. Jamming up the aisle while you find a pillow is rude.
  3. You think your clever putting your bag over row 6 when you are in row 36, but it creates problems for everyone else.
  4. If someone is struggling to load a carry-on overhead, jump up and help.
  5. While on the ground, keep your loud, important work calls to yourself. And dropping the F-bomb every sentence makes you look like a twerp with no real vocabulary.
  6. If you have a “Therapy Pet”, be sensitive to those with pet allergies. You have a right to therapy, while others have the right to not break out in hives.
  7. If sick, please bring cough drops. The sound of a phlegmy cough, while trying to get some shuteye, is maddening.
  8. Crying babies? Instead of casting ugly looks, be empathetic and offer to help.
  9. Trying to use the lavatory while flight attendants are in the aisle, and asking them to back their cart back 30 rows is ridiculous.
  10. Tight connections, doesn’t give you the right to bulldoze over others, declaring, “I have a tight connection” — many on the flight have the same challenge.

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