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Most annoying airline passengers
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From NBC news travel - Dec. 9, 2013

A new survey conducted by Northstar for Expedia on in-flight etiquette finds inattentive parents are the "most annoying" fliers, according to other passengers. Line jumpers barely even make the Top 10.

1. Inattentive Parents 41 percent

2. Rear Seat Kicker 38 percent

3. The Aromatic Passenger 28 percent

4. The Boozer 26 percent

5. Chatty Cathy 23 percent

6. Audio Insensitive 19 percent

7. Seat-back Guy 13 percent

8. Carry-on Baggage Offenders 13 percent

9. The Back-Seat Grabber 12 percent

10. The Queue Jumper 12 percent

11. The Armrest Hog 11 percent

12. Mad Bladder 11 percent

13. Pungent Food Eaters 9 percent

14. The Mad Dasher 9 percent

15. The Amorous 9 percent

16. Overhead Bin Inconsiderate 9 percent

17. The Undresser 9 percent

18. The Pre-Boarder 6 percent

19. The Seat Switcher 5 percent
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I'm a person with a mobility impairment so I get to get on first. I always get dirty looks, well, less now that I use a power chair. Then those same folks give me weird looks when I remain seated when the plane lands. I always say "First one on but last one off." I want them to understand it is far from a privilege!

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(12-10-2013, 05:58 PM)zonk Wrote: From NBC news travel - Dec. 9, 2013

A new survey conducted by Northstar for Expedia on in-flight etiquette finds inattentive parents are the "most annoying" fliers, according to other passengers. Line jumpers barely even make the Top 10.

1. Inattentive Parents 41 percent

2. Rear Seat Kicker 38 percent

3. The Aromatic Passenger 28 percent

4. The Boozer 26 percent

5. Chatty Cathy 23 percent

6. Audio Insensitive 19 percent

7. Seat-back Guy 13 percent

8. Carry-on Baggage Offenders 13 percent

9. The Back-Seat Grabber 12 percent

10. The Queue Jumper 12 percent

11. The Armrest Hog 11 percent

12. Mad Bladder 11 percent

13. Pungent Food Eaters 9 percent

14. The Mad Dasher 9 percent

15. The Amorous 9 percent

16. Overhead Bin Inconsiderate 9 percent

17. The Undresser 9 percent

18. The Pre-Boarder 6 percent

19. The Seat Switcher 5 percent



Karma will get them all eventually.
I am also sure there is a special place in Hell just for them.
(Right in with the used care sales, Lawyers and people that talk through movies)

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Oh to have been born with a bit of talent and so made enough to travel 1st class.
At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be 'What Is Hell?' Come early and listen to our choir practice.
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7. Seat-back Guy 13 percent

11. The Armrest Hog 11 percent

These two are the most common bunch that I always managed to come across.
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Four armrests for three people just don't work.
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#7
When there are three seats across occupied by me and one other person. And that other person won't move from the center seat.
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