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Flying Etiquette: How not to be 'that passenger'

Yay! You're about to go on holiday! However, first of all you've got to tackle the thorny issue of the flight... Some of us are nervous flyers, while others have been on more flights than they've had hot dinners. Some of us get excitable and chatty, while others are looking forward to a few hours o... Read more

Passenger reunited with luggage 20 years after losing it

Most of us would give up on lost luggage if a few weeks went by with no word - so imagine one passenger's surprise when she was reunited with her lost suitcase two decades later. Maria Dellos, an art shop owner from Arizona, was called by a Transportation Security Administration agent who told her ... Read more

10 of the world's worst air passengers

From urinating on fellow passengers (nice) to showing displeasure at being denied a drink, here are ten people who should probably think very carefully before booking their next flight. Very carefully indeed. Mark Hodson, editor of 101 Holidays, spoke to Skyscanner about the ten worst episodes of i... Read more

Behave yourselves on flights or you could be shamed online

The next time that you're on a flight and you're tempted to kick off your shoes and relax, you'd better think again. Ever since January 2013, former flight attendant Shawn Kathleen has been uploading pictures of outrageous passenger behaviour to her Facebook page, Passenger Shaming. People all ove... Read more

Shocking new survey reveals how much passengers are spending before and during their flights

How much do you think the average person spends at the airport, and on their flight? After the revelation that airport shops have been claiming millions in VAT savings, Loveholidays.com has done a fair bit of research into airport buying habits - and they've discovered that the average airport pass... Read more

Average weight time: Airline looks to weigh flyers and their bags

It was a running joke among passengers until it no longer was. After everything the airlines did starting a few years ago to charge passengers for extras they used to get for free, many passengers comically asked, "what's next, weighing each passenger?" Well, the answer appears to be yes. But it's n... Read more

Three in-flight arguments which escalated quickly

Aircraft are, as a rule, cramped, warm and uncomfortable, unless you're Obama, or a millionaire who can afford something a little bit nicer than an easyJet flight to Rome. So, it may come as no surprise that when tempers flare up and the close quarters get too much for some people, the results can ... Read more

Flight attendants reveal their secret confessions

Are you a nightmare passenger? You're probably not - we're not accusing you or anything - but let's face it. Some people are. It's nearly always the airline staff who take the brunt of moronic behaviour. And believe us when we say they've seen it all, from vomiting due to too much booze to shouting... Read more

A hotel concierge reveals what he really thinks about his guests

Long hours, irate customers, lots of pressure and the occasional fistfight; what's it really like working in a hotel? We've been speaking to the concierge of a well-known London hotel, and he's revealed what it's really like to be the face - and brain - of a huge establishment. "Firstly, I'd like ... Read more

Your stories: The most embarrassing things which can happen on a plane

A while ago, we asked you about your most embarrassing experiences on a plane. From baby-feeding disasters to drunken mishaps, we've compiled a list of the best we were sent - and if yours has been featured, relax. We didn't use your names. "I was on a flight from South Africa to Heathrow and I'd s... Read more

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