Getting your way as a consumer often requires social awareness and a sense of what’s appropriate. But up there in the rough and scary unfriendly skies, it’s a whole other game. Sometimes, having a pleasant flight means making others physically uncomfortable and can push the boundaries of your personal moral code. What are these sneaky secrets?
Lifehacker’s Adam Dachis guides readers through the dark side of air travel, from the ethically gray (taking advantage of poorly coded airline sites to get the seat you want without paying extra fees) to the outright mean (using a water bottle to keep the passenger in front of you from reclining).