Are you flying today? If so, you’re one of 11.9M people traveling by air each day.
Pat yourself on the back if you’re one of the 47% that started a conversation with the person next to you and more kudos to you if you’re one of the 12% that made a lasting friendship from your flight.
And there were some annoying factors in the study like those seat kicking children with 65% saying it’s the biggest taboo along with being rude to flight attendants at 56%. I’m glad most of us are in agreement with these. What about cheering when the plane lands? 15% find that annoying.
If you like stats about travel, then you may also find it interesting that Americans spend an average of $51.32 per flight (aside from their ticket), which includes paying for on-board Wi-FI, food, drinks (including alcoholic) and most (72%) use their credit card.
Buh bye, now.
Cheaper Mexico Flights with Millions of Seats?
Stats: Air Travelers Contribute $400.5B to Economy