Travelling can be a task when you’re travelling for long distances especially and dealing with all sorts of people while you’re transitioning. Times like these, you wish you and your fellow passengers remembered all the travelling etiquettes and abide by it. Here are some of the things to keep in mind for a hassle-free journey:
1. Be Polite
No matter where you are and in which part of the world, being polite and kind is always advisable in a foreign land. Ask around and ask the locals if you’re stuck somewhere, but remember to be polite and greet in a manner that looks inviting and friendly which can also be an ice breaker to start a conversation.
2. Dining Etiquettes On Board
Don’t be that messy eater while you’re on board and annoy your co-passengers. Follow table manners be it anywhere in the world.
3. Flush Before You Leave
It’s a common habit that all of us need to keep in mind before leaving the loo to make things easier for the person after you. Press the flush button and make lives easier while you’re on board.
4. Check Before You Recline
It’s not always necessary to recline your seat, always look behind or ask the person sitting behind you if it’s okay to recline. Even though, push back your chair that it leaves some leg space for the passenger sitting behind you just to be polite.
5. Use The Space Under The Seat In Front Of You
Utilize the space under the seat in front of you to keep your purse or tiny handbags. This makes space for the larger carriers to be fitted in the bins above you.
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