As law-abiding citizens, it’s hard for us to imagine anyone being so unhinged on the plane, or anywhere for that matter, that they would need to be restrained. But flight attendants have seen it all and lived to tell the tale.
This person is confessing that they have flex restraints on the plane, so make sure you behave! It’s hard for us to imagine what one could do to find themselves restrained on a plane, but maybe it’s better that way. Next time you feel the urge to have a fit or shout at one of the attendants, think about the utter uncomfortableness of being restrained for the rest of the flight.
Pack Your Parachute
We would never ever support treating flight attendants in a rude manner. We do have to wonder, though, what does "removing someone" from the plane mean? If it has not taken off yet, of course. Though the person did pay for their ticket - truth be told!
But when everyone is up in the air, what happens then? How does a passenger get ‘removed’ from the plane? We assume that they perhaps get grounded and locked in a room like a little kid. Regardless, we really do hope they have safe ways of removing people. Maybe they get a parachute?
Hollywood movies have set unrealistic expectations about our lives. One of them is to get it going in public, unexpected places. Some people have decided that life can imitate art and decided to try to do it on the plane. If you think you could get away with it too, without anyone noticing, think again! Attendants know exactly what you’re doing and apparently can also open the door at any moment.
. If the thought of a stranger catching you mid-act is not enough to stop you from doing it, surely a hefty fine will. Or getting thrown off the plane.
No Temper Tantrums
Traveling with children is no picnic, and that’s an understatement. Parents could use any help they could get and even the smallest of tips can change their lives. This FA recommends packing the car seat with you.
Sounds counterintuitive, right? Who has room in their suitcase for such a massive thing? But children don’t like change and using the car seat on the plane or when you get to a new country might help reduce temper tantrums and result in a nicer trip and happier parents. Surely any extra amount of luggage or an overweight suitcase is well worth it.
Planes (thankfully) have a strict no-tolerance policy when it comes to aggressive behavior. Things can spiral out of control when people are locked in an aircraft in the middle of the sky for multiple hours. Also, as annoying as it is, crying babies are a part of the flying experience as much as bad food.
These teens should learn some manners, and show a little bit of understanding, especially when the mother herself is trying really hard to calm down her baby on the flight. It may be hard to understand for people without kids, but keeping a baby calm during a flight is one of the hardest things for parents to do.