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18 things flight attendants wish you would stop doing

INSIDER Logo By Maddy Sims of INSIDER | Slide 2 of 19: 
  Holding up the boarding process
  is irritating for both the flight attendants working and your
  fellow passengers, said Haley Fox, a flight attendant for a
  domestic US airline.

  "The best way to maximize
  everyone's time and make your fellow passengers not hate you is
  to keep all of your necessities in the personal space at your
  seat," she told Insider. "If you come onto a plane, then get to
  your seat and have to unpack your big roller bag in the middle of
  the aisle just to get to your headphones, you are the
  worst."

Unpacking your overhead bags during a flight is inconvenient for other passengers.

Holding up the boarding process is irritating for both the flight attendants working and your fellow passengers, said Haley Fox, a flight attendant for a domestic US airline.

"The best way to maximize everyone's time and make your fellow passengers not hate you is to keep all of your necessities in the personal space at your seat," she told Insider. "If you come onto a plane, then get to your seat and have to unpack your big roller bag in the middle of the aisle just to get to your headphones, you are the worst."

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