What NOT to do on an airplane…with your luggage

4054410619_8a4f9e42b7Staying Zen at 30,000 Feet originally appeared on Marketwatch.com

Heather Poole, a flight attendant for a legacy carrier and author of the book “Cruising Attitude: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama and Crazy Passengers at 35,000 Feet,” thinks flyers have always been cranky but notes a peculiar lack of decorum in recent months.

“I’ve caught passengers taking other people’s luggage out of the bin to make room for their own bags,” she says. “I’m not joking. They’ll pull out a bag, drop it on the floor and walk away leaving it in the middle of the aisle for the passengers behind them to crawl over.”

Though travelers have always stuffed monster bags into pint-sized spaces, Poole notes that the practice as well as the bizarre bad behavior has become more prevalent since the onset of $25 baggage fees, the first unbundling move.

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2 responses to “What NOT to do on an airplane…with your luggage

  1. Placing another passenger;s bag in the aisle is a meesage to the airlines that 1)we do not like baggage fees and 2)the boarding process is a joke.

  2. Veeedubb

    This JUST happened to me! I loved how EVERYONE was so quick to point out the guilty party. They were going to check my bag! Justice served!

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