A flight attendant has revealed why Britons really are the worst passengers on a flight.
Kristina Galvydyte, who is a flight attendant with a leading British airline, shared her views on British passengers.
The cabin crew member confirmed the very simple reason why British passengers are least likely to welcome them on board.
She told the Telegraph: “Brits tend to drink or even have drinks at the airport, no matter what time of the day, so many get on the plane already drunk or at least tipsy – and then carry on.
“As an Eastern European, I haven’t seen this type of culture anywhere else.”
While there are strict alcohol regulations on how much airlines can serve each passenger, many passengers have found other ways to consume alcohol on board an aircraft.
Kristina added: “As a result, Brits are the worst passengers to deal with in terms of disruptive behaviour.”
The cabin crew also revealed the characteristics of other passengers that they found disturbing.
This includes passengers who block the aisle, parents who let their kids romp around on the plane, and anyone who needs multiple seat belt reminders.
She also explained what are the most annoying questions she is often asked.
She said: “Nobody seems to know how to open the toilet doors – even though there’s a sign right in front of them explaining it.”
Despite this harassment, Kristina said passengers from mainland Europe, and particularly Scandinavia, behaved best.
Meanwhile, Tiktok user Brit, known as @brit_bits, posted a video to the site where she shared her biggest passenger-related annoyances.
In the video, Brit was pausing behind the curtain separating cabin crew from passengers at the end of the plane when suddenly a passenger walked in and interrupted her break.
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