Flying can be a necessary evil of travel. While flying is usually an OK experience, all it takes is another fellow passenger or two to turn it into the flight from hell. In accordance with Murphy’s Law, those types of passengers will always be sitting next to you on a long haul, international flight. Lonely Planet recently conducted a survey on how passengers should behave on an airplane. With over 5800 people responding, their answers were amazingly similar in nature. Based upon those results, Lonely Planet took it one step further and came out with it’s own “Passenger Behavior Bill of Rights”. It’s great reading. Check it out along with detailed survey results by clicking here.
Last modified: January 6, 2014