Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Traveling observations

Here some observations I had while traveling from Arizona to Wyoming:

1) Having to get to the airport 2 hrs before a flight even though you know security won't take you more than 10 minutes.....but you don't want to take the chance.

2) People having 12 carry-ons and getting away with it.....especially when you know there is NO WAY that one piece of luggage is going to fit on the plane.

3) The flight attendants that let them get away with it.

4) The people in boarding group 7 (out of 7) who think they can still board before their designated time.

5) The flight attendants that let them get away with it.

6) The people who as soon as the boarding starts are right there chomping at the bit to get on the plane, even though it's still another 20 minutes before they are going to call their group.

7) The people who put their luggage in the overhead bins at the front of the plane or as close to the front as the can find, even though the are sitting at the back of the plane.

8) The flight attendants that let them get away with it.

9) The people that stand as soon as the plane is docked even though they are at the back of the plane and the doors aren't even opened yet.

10) Those same people hurrying to baggage claim to stand and wait another 10 minutes for the baggage to arrive.

11) How people stake out their territory while waiting for their baggage.

What are some observations you have had while traveling?

1 comment:

  1. I've come to the conclusion that if people traveling had to take an IQ test before buying their ticket the planes would be almost empty. I've had the same experiences you've had and those people make flying very tiresome for me.