Taiwanese passengers: Drinking too much is most unwelcome in-flight behavior

xpedia’s survey identifies 10 most unwelcome types of air passengers

Taiwan News
Date: 017/02/271
By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

Taipei (Taiwan News)–According to a recent survey by online travel agency Expedia, drinking too much is

According to a recent survey, drinking too much is the most vexing in-flight behavior.(By Central 3News Agency)

the most vexing in-flight behavior.

In the survey identifying the 10 most unwelcome types of air passengers, travelers who consume too much in-flight alcohol top the list, followed by those who talk too loudly or listen to loud music and those who keep kicking the seat in front.

In addition, parents who can’t control their noisy children, travelers who have strong body odor or wear too much perfume or cologne are also classed as unwelcome, according to Expedia. The survey also found that 80 percent of the Taiwanese surveyed will report erratic behavior to flight attendants.

The travel agency also said that most Taiwanese will observe in-flight etiquette as the survey showed that close to 90 percent of respondents will clean their seats before leaving, and 83 percent of them are considerate of other travelers and will avoid bothering others, usually by taking a nap, watching movies or looking out the window.    [FULL  STORY]

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