Flight attendant’s ‘no-gos’ for passengers including wearing headphones

A cabin crew worker has revealed five things which passengers should never do on a plane.

Deanna Castro, a flight attendant with 16 years of service under her belt, shared the mistakes – and most of us are likely to have done at least one of them.

She noted that one of the no-nos occurs when you board the plane.

Deanna told InsideHook: “When boarding, it’s polite to step into your row and allow other passengers to pass behind you.

"It’s okay to take a few extra minutes to get ready, but please step into the aisle and wait for a lull in traffic."

She continued: “Moving out of the way also extends to mid-flight when you are sitting in your seat – and don't spread out into the aisle.

“When you are dangling body parts into the aisle, flight attendants can trip and get hurt.

"Not only that, but you could get hurt — especially from a cart.”

And, she claims you should take out headphones when you’re speaking to the flight crew.

Deanna claims it’s impolite to wear headphones when the staff reaches your row – and that listening to loud music is rude to those seated around you.

The flight attendant also noted that you shouldn’t hand sick bags to the crew.

She said: “Place it under your seat.

"We can give you an extra bag to wrap it up in, but please don’t push that hot steaming bag of vomit into a flight attendant’s hands."

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