The Top 15 “Naughty Air Travel Habits” . . . and the States with the Best and Worst Etiquette

Everyone has seen the footage of people throwing ridiculous tantrums on planes.  That’s still rare overall . . . but every flight has small-time offenders of airplane manners.

In a new poll, 78% of Americans say air travel etiquette has worsened over the past few years.  These are things like:

1.  Putting bags on seats in the terminal.

2.  Reclining your seat on the plane without asking.

3.  Not putting your phone on airplane mode.

4.  Passing gas in your seat.

5.  Leaving garbage in the seat pocket.

6.  Asking people to switch seats on the plane.

7.  Lying down in the terminal.

8.  Using both armrests, if you’re not in the middle seat.

9.  Hanging or resting your legs in the aisle.

10.  Ignoring the seatbelt sign.

11.  Pushing on or kicking the seat in front of you.

12.  Drinking too much.

13.  Wearing strong cologne or perfume.

14.  Going barefoot on the plane.1

15.  Bringing strong-smelling food on the plane.

A report also broke down these “naughty travel habits” by state.

The states that have the BEST flying manners are:  Arkansas . . . Alabama . . . Florida . . . Ohio . . . Kansas . . . Wisconsin . . . Michigan . . . Pennsylvania . . . North Carolina . . . and Maine.

The states with the WORST flying etiquette are:  Iowa . . . Illinois . . . Virginia . . .  Texas . . . Georgia . . . California . . . Washington . . . Nebraska . . . Utah . . . and Colorado.

(Solitaire Bliss)