Tuesday, May 8, 2018

9 Things Flight Attendants Notice About You When You Board a Plane

Ever wondered what experienced flight attendants notice about passengers as they board the plane. Well, below you'll find a list of current and former flight attendants answered to the question:  "What a flight attendant takes note of as you board a plane?"

1. What you're wearing.

2. What kind of bags you're carrying.

3. If you're traveling alone or with someone.

4. How patient you are while waiting in the long line during boarding.

5. If you're intoxicated.

6. If you're a frequent traveler.

7. What kind of book you're carrying or reading.

8. If you give a helping hand to those in need.

9. If you're carrying food with you.

Simply put, they attempt to determine whether or not you're an experienced, well-mannered traveler.

Did you know that at cruise level, the air pressure in an airliner is equal to about 8,000 feet above sea level. In addition to making your ears pop, it causes our taste buds and sense of smell to go partially numb, compared to on ground. This has major impact on how food tastes & smells. This is one of the reason why crew prefer to get their own food rather then eating aircraft food. A passenger bringing his own food shows a lot of awareness... or one could argue... it's just plain cheaper!

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