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Struggle for arm rest most annoying while travelling: Survey

IANS  |  New Delhi 

They say its not the destination, but the journey that makes the travel worthwhile. But avid travellers will know thats not always the case when it comes to flying. Unruly children, chatty neighbours and armrest-hoggers provide some of the annoying moments that can spoil it all, says a study.

Global search engine Skyscanner has conducted a survey on 1,000 travellers who were asked to list the annoying things they face while flying.

According to the survey, 47 per cent of the respondents said struggle for the arm rest tops their list of the most annoying behaviour that fellow passengers can commit.

It was followed 46 per cent people who said that noisy children irritate them, followed by 37 per cent of the respondents who said overly chatty co-passengers were terribly annoying, said a statement.

Smelly food and left litter received the least hits by travellers, only irking 29 per cent and 33 per cent of Indian travellers, respectively.

On the contrary, offending habits that travellers have admittedly indulged in are losing their temper and itching on the sly while in flight.

--IANS

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Struggle for arm rest most annoying while travelling: Survey

They say its not the destination, but the journey that makes the travel worthwhile. But avid travellers will know thats not always the case when it comes to flying. Unruly children, chatty neighbours and armrest-hoggers provide some of the annoying moments that can spoil it all, says a study.

They say its not the destination, but the journey that makes the travel worthwhile. But avid travellers will know thats not always the case when it comes to flying. Unruly children, chatty neighbours and armrest-hoggers provide some of the annoying moments that can spoil it all, says a study.

Global search engine Skyscanner has conducted a survey on 1,000 travellers who were asked to list the annoying things they face while flying.

According to the survey, 47 per cent of the respondents said struggle for the arm rest tops their list of the most annoying behaviour that fellow passengers can commit.

It was followed 46 per cent people who said that noisy children irritate them, followed by 37 per cent of the respondents who said overly chatty co-passengers were terribly annoying, said a statement.

Smelly food and left litter received the least hits by travellers, only irking 29 per cent and 33 per cent of Indian travellers, respectively.

On the contrary, offending habits that travellers have admittedly indulged in are losing their temper and itching on the sly while in flight.

--IANS

nv/rb/dg

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Struggle for arm rest most annoying while travelling: Survey

They say its not the destination, but the journey that makes the travel worthwhile. But avid travellers will know thats not always the case when it comes to flying. Unruly children, chatty neighbours and armrest-hoggers provide some of the annoying moments that can spoil it all, says a study.

Global search engine Skyscanner has conducted a survey on 1,000 travellers who were asked to list the annoying things they face while flying.

According to the survey, 47 per cent of the respondents said struggle for the arm rest tops their list of the most annoying behaviour that fellow passengers can commit.

It was followed 46 per cent people who said that noisy children irritate them, followed by 37 per cent of the respondents who said overly chatty co-passengers were terribly annoying, said a statement.

Smelly food and left litter received the least hits by travellers, only irking 29 per cent and 33 per cent of Indian travellers, respectively.

On the contrary, offending habits that travellers have admittedly indulged in are losing their temper and itching on the sly while in flight.

--IANS

nv/rb/dg

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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