To recline or not? One airline boss says it’s best to preserve the seat again upright.
The largest query in flying etiquette has once more been requested after a recliner shared video showing the man behind repeatedly hitting her seat.
The video divided opinion alongside well-worn strains: recliners who say the seats recline for a cause, and anti-recliners who say invading the area of the passenger behind is thoughtless.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box and said: “The correct factor to do is, if you are going to recline into any person, you ask if it is OK first.”
Which after all begs the query – what if they are saying no?
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He went on to say he would not name somebody out for reclining into him, however strongly implied it is behaviour to be frowned upon.
“I by no means recline, as a result of I do not assume it is one thing as CEO I ought to be doing, and I by no means say something if somebody reclines into me.”