Thinking Of Reclining Your Seat When You Fly? Think Again

September 16th, 2014
in News, econ_news, syndication

from Felix Richter,
by Niall McCarthy

When you're forced into an airplane in close proximity to other passengers for hours on end, there's no escape from behaviour that could tip you over the edge.

Follow up:

Screaming children, people snoring, loud music coming from headphones alongside you - the list goes on. Seat reclining in particular has received attention over the past few weeks after a spate of air range incidents caused several flights to get diverted.

What do passengers actually hate the most? The vast majority, 82 percent, don't like when parents knowingly bring unruly children onboard. 73 percent consider it rude to wake someone to go for a walk. Seat reclining is also becoming very unpopular with 41 percent confirming they consider it rude.

This chart shows the % of air passengers considering the following behaviour rude.

Infographic: Thinking Of Reclining Your Seat When You Fly? Think Again | Statista
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