Flight Attendants get some great perks; lots of free and discounted travel, meeting new and exciting people every day, seeing the world. But they also have a difficult job. Whether it's the thankless job of feeding several hundred people in a matter of minutes in cramped conditions, or remaining polite and put-together in the face of arrogant and spiteful passengers, withstanding accusations of price gouging (which they have nothing to do with), they face hundres of challenges a day. One flight attendant put it this way: On every single flight, it feels 50/50, whether or not things will go south. Here are some helpful tips to make their day a little bit easier. Because being a nice person can go a long way.
Written by Ian Stroud