By Colleen Harding
If you have traveled by airplane lately, you have probably noticed a significant change to how we travel now. The experience is not what it used to be, and it doesn’t seem to be getting better.
The last time I traveled on an airplane, I felt like one of the people in steerage class in the movie “Titanic.” There was a time when it was a prestigious experience to fly. People dressed up, had a lovely meal on the plane, and were treated very well by everyone they encountered.
Regardless of how things have changed, there is still proper protocol for flying. If everyone paid a little more attention to protocol and being polite, perhaps we wouldn’t focus on all the other frustrations and irritations.
Here are a few suggestions:
Flying can be a very pleasant experience if we plan and are polite. Flying is a terrific way to get from point A to point B in the least amount of time. The experience itself is up to us and how we choose to respond to the circumstances both expected and unanticipated.
Colleen Harding is a protocol coach and the founder of the Cleveland School of Etiquette and Corporate Protocol. Her website address is www.clevelandschoolofetiquette.com.
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