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Expedia Survey Lists Most Annoying Fliers

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  Original Published: 12/18/2013

Inattentive parents. Rear-seat kickers. And smelly passengers. According to Expedia.com, these are the top three things that are most irritating to airline passengers. The travel website surveyed more than 1,000 people for its annual airplane etiquette study. They found of the 19 types of inappropriate behavior on airplanes, parents who let their children run wild was the biggest pet peeve. Rounding out the top five were the so-called disruptive boozer and those people who just can't stop talking during the flight.

   
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