I’m a flight attendant – these are my three biggest passenger ‘icks’… we hate people who do this

A flight attendant shared her three biggest passenger “icks”.

TikToker Jacqueline R has revealed the things vacationers do that drive flight crews crazy.

A flight attendant revealed her biggest passenger icks


A flight attendant revealed her biggest passenger icksCredit: tiktok/@sincerelyjacx

She made a video going through the quirks of all flight attendants to show passengers what not to do next time of their flight.

Their first criticism is passengers who think it’s okay to be rude to the staff.

She explained: “Your flight attendants love it when you’re very respectful because we have a lot to deal with.

“We would like to be so kind to you and do our best. Your flight attendants hate it when you’re mean because we want it that way Pretty So just be nice.

“Just smile and say ‘Hey, how are you?’ We will do our best to treat you well.”

Jacqueline also hates it when passengers come on board and immediately start demanding things.

She explained: “Just ask us nicely and we’ll honestly do our best. Just remember we are human too so all we ask is that you be nice.”

And what Jacqueline dislikes the most is that passengers expect her to force people to change seats.

She explained: “We ask that after take-off you can ask passengers to change seats.

“Because we don’t really have a say when it comes to changing seats for passengers

You just have to ask each other if you’re not sitting next to the person you want.

“If they are willing and able to do that, you can switch. To be honest, we have no responsibility for that.”

A woman revealed how a secret button gives passengers more space on a flight.

Tiktokerin Rosie Doal showed how a button was found under the hinge An armrest allows passengers to create additional space for themselves on a flight.

Flight attendants have also spoken about what they take on board.

A flight attendant named Sophie said she always carries eye drops on long-haul flights to prevent dry eyes.

Eye drops can be bought online for as little as £2.

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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