Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Provides Advice on How to Reduce Air Travel Complaints for Summer 2015

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club reveals its best advice for being a conscientious traveler this summer.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club reveals its best advice for being a conscientious traveler this summer.

When it comes to flying, there are many issues and complaints that travelers have no matter when they travel. Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club knows that the people who travelers sit next to can either significantly improve or put a damper on a vacationer’s flight experience. In order to be a conscientious airline traveler, LHVC is providing these tips. By following them, many complaints about rude or inconsiderate passengers will be resolved.

  1. Refraining from disrupting others
    One of the biggest complaints that Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club receives from travelers are comments about how loud their seatmates were. Whether it’s talking loudly to someone nearby or playing music at extremely loud levels, these neighbors can turn a pleasant flight into a nightmare. Always consider the fact that everyone is in a confined space or that other passengers might desire to catch up on some sleep before arriving at their next destination or boarding their next flight.

  1. Not everyone wants to have a conversation
    When taking long flights, it is not uncommon to feel the need or desire to strike up a conversation with the closest person in order to break the monotony and the silence. Sometimes, passengers do not wish to talk or hold a conversation for a variety of reasons. It is important to remember that if a fellow passenger seems stand-offish or fails to reply, it may not be best to keep trying to converse with them.
  2. Boundaries, boundaries, boundaries
    Because airplanes are an extremely confined space, it is easy to feel cramped and want to stretch out. This can turn into a problematic situation, however. Many frequent fliers complain about the person in front of them who puts their chair so far back and it constricts their own personal space. Others complain about the person next to them who hogs both arm rests, and who falls asleep on their shoulder. Whenever possible, try to keep within the confines of one’s seat in order to make the flight a pleasant experience for everyone involved reminds Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club

For more tips on how to be a better flier and other travel-related advice, visit http://www.lifestyleholidaysvc.com