By Colleen Harding
The last time I traveled on an airplane, I felt like one of the people in the movie “Titanic” in steerage class. 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 well by everyone they encountered. People were civilized and considerate in their dress code and in their manners. Regardless of how things have changed, there is still proper protocol for flying today. If everyone paid a little more attention to being polite, perhaps there would be less focus on the other frustrations and irritations that are out of our control.
Here are a few suggestions:
Flying can be a very pleasant experience if we plan and if we 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. She can be reached at (216) 970-5889 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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