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What's the hold-up?

Air travellers sound off their likes, dislikes.

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Most youngsters will not talk to people sitting next to them on a flight despite being active Facebook users, but playing games and catching up on work are even less popular. 

Security screening at Suvarnabhumi airport: Long queuing times are often the most frustrating part of air travel for passengers, followed by removing shoes and belts, according to a survey conducted by the International Air Transport Association.

These are some of the results of the latest global survey of air travellers, which shows some rather odd results such as some who do not think it a good idea to be warned of flight disruptions or delays.

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