Amy Tara Koch | Jet Etiquette: In flight Felonies
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Jet Etiquette: In flight Felonies

Forget charging for bags. Airlines can profit big time from customers’ boorishness. How?  By issuing in flight etiquette citations for bad behavior.

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To make the travel experience more tolerable, we recommend a bag of tricks–rescue remedies–that can make getting from A to B slightly less chaotic and grimy.

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TRAVEL POUCH: Flight 001 Avery Cosmetic Bag $35

WET ONES: To wipe down your entire seating area and use to go to bathroom Wet Ones Antibacterial Wipes, Travel Pack $1.69

CANDY: Keep on hand as bribery material for other people’s kids Dum Dum Pops Assorted Bag $2.50

AIRPLANE SEAT COVER: To prevent cooties from touching/clinging to your hair and body Nice Seats Pink Ladies Cover $29.95

EAR PLUGS: To drown out the screeching kids and crazy loud talkers Mack’s Dreamgirl Soft Foam Earplugs $2.99

SOCKS: Puma Bamboo Women’s No Show Socks, Pack of 2 $12