Survey: What Are Your Biggest Air Travel Pet Peeves?
Air travel is widely accepted as the most efficient and convenient means of getting from point A to point B, with millions of passengers flying to thousands of destinations each year. However, the process is far from perfect, and as there are many aspects of the flights experience that have the potential to be annoying, we want to know exactly what they are.
Once again, Frequent Business Traveler and FlyerTalk, the world’s largest online travel community, team up to compile a detailed list of air travel pet peeves encountered by frequent flyers. Based on the feedback we received from our readers and FlyerTalk members, the list has undergone a few changes over the past few years. For example, we have removed pet peeves relating to the use of in-flight electronics (now permitted under new FAA rules) and lack of power outlets (not a popular peeve), and last year added a new choice, “Too many announcements.”
Here is your chance to tell the world what your biggest air travel pet peeves are. Click and drag your biggest pet peeves concerning issues you might encounter once you are onboard the plane to the top of the list, and arrange them in descending order of vexatiousness.
After taking the poll, which runs through November 13, 2015 and which is being conducted by Frequent Business Traveler in partnership with both FlyerTalk and ExpertFlyer, a leading air travel information tool, you may subscribe to our weekly newsletter, Frequent Business Traveler Weekly, at no charge and have a chance to win a piece of valuable airline memorabilia.
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