Passengers can consider a proposal to relocate or actively open in conditions that benefit children.
Sometimes when you fly, someone can ask for a replacement seat with us. Perhaps a couple who wants to sit together but can not report or report late, a businessman can not buy a chair by the corridor and does not want to sit next to the window. How should we behave in this case?
Not everyone is willing to give up their seats and buy tickets on an airplane. Photo: Old Spice.
Erin Florio of New York (USA) tells a story that happened a few years ago.
"I travel alone, for the first time in Rio de Janeiro and maybe the only one in my life. Listen to Rio's epic, see pictures of city beaches, emerald colored mountains." Before the plane landed, a woman came in and asked if she could sit in my seat in order to stayed with her husband during the flight, "recalled Erin.
Her chair was two behind, away from the window and sitting next to the family of three young children. Erin felt embarrassed if she had to refuse, so she agreed and let the other woman comfortably stretch her legs to sit next to her husband while traveling. And Erin must be sad and uncomfortable and regret his decision during the flight.
Nina K. Hahn, editor Condé Nast Traveler, I do not think a person should feel like a bad person if he refuses to offer a seat replacement.
"I was worried about flying, partly because I was sitting in the right flight hit by lightning. I needed years to find the ideal seat for me, so I booked a strategy to always feel calm and comfortable on the plane "Said Nina. She showed that her seat was not at the end of the plane, the area was shaken as the pilot entered the disorder.
Even when she was not worried about the plane, Nina did not want to change her seat, as the current seats in the economy class are also different in terms of location – this is proven by many years.
The ultimate reason that Nina maintains the seat she chose is the price. High-quality seats for high-end tickets create a different experience for travelers, so that no one can easily confuse themselves with others.
If you change seats on an airplane, passengers can be pushed into a difficult position. Photo: Travel and Leisure.
Journalist Sebastian Modak, with the consent of Nin's view, never disagreed if someone asked for a change of seat in the middle row to sit next to his seat. Sebastian believes that a passenger can actively choose where to buy tickets or check in early, so that no one should wait for another person to offer the ideal seat they spent on the purchase.
"If a child feels frightened when he has to sit next to me, I will ask for a seat, but this is certainly not a fun one," said Sebastian.
Of course, we can consider the offer to replace places or take the initiative to express our views in a situation that benefits children. Journalist Caitlin Moscatello volunteered to sit in a cramped middle seat for a family with a young child to sit side by side. Caitlin was suddenly surprised that she had turned into a first-class cab.
In the meantime, Meg Reinhardt was always open for proposals in return for mutual benefits. Sometimes she could move from the table next to the seat on the window – where she could sleep for a long time on a long flight.
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