The airline gave her the only available seat, and when she boarded the plane, she found that she didn’t have enough leg room to be comfortable with her cast. The stewardess asked people in the extra legroom seats to switch with her and explained why, but no one was willing to move.
Although I realize most extra leg room seats are an extra charge, I’m sure some agreement could have been made if someone was willing to accommodate this lady. I became upset as I heard this story. It brought to my mind other rude situations
I have either seen or experienced while flying.
Whether we are flying for business or pleasure, we want our travel experience to be as uneventful as possible. This means encountering minimal unwanted stress. Some people avoid airline travel just because of potential issues.
The following tips can help to reduce stress levels during airline travel:
While waiting to board the plane, don’t block the aisle in the terminal and come forward in the line only when your row is called. There is a reason for this protocol, which is to make seating easier when you board the plane.
Although some of these tips seem like common sense, a friendly reminder of the rules courtesy should be accepted.