Lautir From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 9, posted (13 years 1 month 20 hours ago) and read 4161 times:
I agree with Give it a GO, the guy is a human, like everybody else.
Only because you love a/c:s it doesn´t mean that you can´t stretch your legs during a longhaul flight. The airplanes are supposed to be worn out - with focus on the fact that the man in the picture is resting his leg and foot against the wall - for some people here on the community of airliners.net, it´s like pissing on a holy sacrament.
Hkniceguy From Hong Kong, joined Jun 2001, 130 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (13 years 1 month 17 hours ago) and read 4062 times:
I was flying AC from YVR to HKG in Y class of a 747-400 the summer of 2000, after we finished our first meal, an extremely loud noise of someone burping, where things start to happen! Someone keeps farting frequently for the next 10+ hours... Worst experience!
Airbus Lover From Malaysia, joined Apr 2000, 3248 posts, RR: 9
Reply 15, posted (13 years 1 month 17 hours ago) and read 4065 times:
I mean it is not that bad I just find this sight strange in all my C Class travels. I can say 99% of my travels are on c-class only on NW DC-10, AA DC-10, UA B744, Yunnan Air B733 and China Southwest B733 i've been on economy.
Most C Class pax dress up a lil better and i admit i do put my legs up sometime in the bulkhead seat but this guy has his on through out the 1:20 hr flight and refused to be served any food except the red wine.
Bobcat From United States of America, joined Jun 2007, 0 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (13 years 1 month ago) and read 3897 times:
There's another common sight on any
747's upper deck business class,
where the storage bin is by the window.
The window-seat passenger would put
his/her feet up on the storage bin and
leave them there during the entire flight.
It is very annoying because if someone
sitting behind me does that, his/her feet
are almost right next to me.....
3 months ago, I was on a UA flight from
SFO-NRT. A blonde woman in impeccable
business dress sitting behind me did just
that. She didn't even take her high heels
off. I reclined my seat as far as it would
go.(UA's business class seat doesn't
recline that much to begin with) That did
not deter her one bit. I politely asked her
to remove her feet so I can look for an
extra pillow... two minutes later, the
"feet" came back... I had enough and
decided on the best course of action:
I waited for the plane to fly into turbulance
and "accidentally" spilled grape juice
onto her feet...
during the next 8 hours, she did not dare
put her feet up at all...
: That's why there are such things as foot and legrests, unless of course you're flying on some el cheapo airline like... oops! My apologies to all TG f
: Well, I'm no prude....but I would never raise my bare feet above the ground in an aircraft. Feet are generally not pleasant to look at (unless you hav
: Yeah I wouldn't have minded if he had socks but bare feet is just ridiculous. If I was the F/A I would have asked him to put them down.
: Well at least you know for sure that he isnt a non-rev... Jer
: BTW, in Thai culture, it's very rude to point your feet at someone.
: Thats rude. But I think I can top it. I was on a VS flight from EWR-LGW. The guy across the isle from me sat there the entire flight watching tv. Then
: The flight attendant may be calling the captain to see if she can downgrade someone to cattle-class...but the real question is- can that guy really re
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: Maybe I might be rude but i put my legs like 2 inches above floor on the walls. bcoz i feel uncomfortable. On MH flights i dont normally do that coz t
: YUCK! Please, at LEAST keep your socks on! Regardless if you are in buisness or not, you should try to keep the place neat. I don't think that person
: Although it's rude for Thais to point their feet to others, Thais and asians in general are more tolerant to see bare feet. Some people wouldn't even
: Even on Amtrak, passengers are told to wear shoes at all times! (For those of you outside the country, Amtrak is the main passenger rail company in th
: That's just rude- especially in business class!
37 Jean leloup
: I dunno about everyone else, but I'm more interested in looking at the f/a....
: That`s rude and aweful in F, C and Y class... at least keep your socks on! I also hate if on short haul flights (under 2 hours) pax immediately reclin
: There is nothing wrong with reclining your seat. It doesn't matter what class you are in you have a right to recline your seat.
: Who would read during the flight? I would spend all of my time looking out of the window.
: A guy with no manners ! I wouldn't do that especially if its in Business class. You pay a premium fare to be able to enjoy your flight in a relaxing a
42 Airbus Lover
: D un think so coz there arent any laws or rules rather against such acts.
: Why are you all so shocked? I am an In-flight Manager and I see this all of the time - even in Premier Class. What is the old saying? --"YOU CAN TAKE
44 Give it a GO
: For god sake! The poor guy only took his shoes off! Get a life....
: Give it a GO You are absolutely right.
: I think the question to everyone now is: Would you visit someone at their home and remove your shoes and socks and place your feet up on their sofa, c
: If I saw someone putting there feet up like that I would just go upto the F/A and tell her to ask the passenger to join the rubbish in the back. GF-A3
: The EVA card was titled On Board Etiquette, not Ethics!