Dallas Airport, the top kickers on the list of pet molesters
Airplane days are like a peaceful experience long, long behind usBut what exactly is attracting flyers the most these days?
a new one research from the Upgraded Scores site considers traveler preferences—and everyone has a lot to say.
Top complaint? cancelgave how often they in 2022 shouldn’t be a big surprise. Delays and mishandled bags are in the top three.
Of course, you would expect those three items to be on the list. And other predictable complaints about waiting in TSA lines and the amount of compensation for long-delayed flights are also there.
That’s the bottom line of the survey, though, where things start to get deeper.
airport? Flyers in this survey hate Dallas/Fort Worth the most, ranking it as harder to fly in and out of than Atlanta’s Hartsfield or Los Angeles’ LAX.
And as for the behavior of other passengers on board, it is the people who kick the seats who deserve the most hell, the passengers say. People who interrupt in line are the second most annoying and those who are rude to airline staff are third. (Those who are forced to make small talk? They are falling to seventh place.)
When it comes to the people around them, many people (55%) would rather sit next to a crying child than a fighting couple, while nearly that number would rather sit next to a dog than a child. young. And if the choices were someone who sat at the table or talked or someone with bad body odor, 74% would choose the talkative one.
However, the statistics are unbelievable? Only 40% of respondents said they felt uncomfortable when people clapped their hands after landing.
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