In Family First: many families are flying this time of year. A new survey asked travelers to weigh in on common travel dillemmas, some involving children.
The survey of almost 1,000 people was done by the Travel Leaders Group.
Here are some of the results:
- 61% would take action if someone didn't turn off their cell phone during a flight. Most said they would tell a flight attendant.
- 73% would talk to a child's parent, if they were kicking an airplane seat.
- Loud music or movies would stir 73% of people to act.
- If you were asked to place a small bag under the seat in front of you so someone else could put a large bag in an overhead compartment, 55% would do so without a second thought.
- If a traveler is taking too long in a security line, 51% would wait, but be frustrated. 38% percent would cut in front of them.
Travel Leaders Group is one of America's largest travel companies, and they plan to give these results to airlines.
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