Have you ever clicked your fingers to get the attention of an air hostess while you are 10km above the ground? If the answer is yes, you annoyed your aircrew _ whether you intended to or not.
According to Skyscanner website spokesperson Sam Poullain, cabin crew are in the unique position of meeting people from all walks of life, however, with nearly three million people flying every day, some regular habits and requests can understandably get under their skin.
The global travel search site conducted a survey of 700 international cabin crew members in 85 countries to find out that the most annoying behaviour of passenger was clicking fingers to get the attention of flight attendants (26%), followed by leaving seats after landing but before the seat-belt signs are switched off (13%), trying to stuff too many bags into overhead lockers (11%), and complaining of no space in the lockers (10%).
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