What Not To Do When You’re On An Airplane
If you have been paying attention to the news lately, you have probably seen the footage of United Airlines passenger being forcibly removed from a plane. This incident has caused a lot of people to wonder what actions can get someone kicked off an airplane.
There are several things a person can do to get kicked off an airplane, some are obvious while others are surprising. Essentially, anything that can be considered dangerous, disruptive, or obnoxious can get a person removed from a flight.
This includes the following:
- Looking/Being Sick
- Being Drunk
- Having a Crying Child
- Being Too Loud
- Not Following Crew Instructions
Traveling by plane means being in a small enclosed space with a bunch of people for a set length of time. Ideally, the plane ride will be calm, peaceful, and relaxing. All airlines wants their passengers to enjoy the ride, which means they will do what they have to in order to ensure their passengers are happy, comfortable, and safe.
Basically, the decision to remove someone from an airplane falls onto the flight crew. They are the ones in charge of the plane, and so you want to remain on their good side by following their instructions and not arguing with them. Arguing or having unreasonable dispute with a flight attendant is probably one of the easiest ways to get removed from a flight.
Airlines legally have the right to remove passengers from flights if they feel they have to. However, if you are removed from a flight, they are supposed to reschedule you on another flight that day, provided you didn’t do anything illegal and get yourself into trouble.
So, if a flight attendant asks you to leave for whatever reason, you should probably do so willingly, before they remove your forcibly.