- Oct 25, 2017
Yes? No? Maybe? Explain!
Flight attendant only walks past intermittently and gives warning if you are in the wayThe middle seat passenger gets the armrest directly next to the window seat passenger, since the window seat passenger has the freedom to lean against the bulkhead, thus minimizing their need for two armrests. The aisle seat passenger cannot similarly move away from the middle seat occupant as that would put themselves continually in the path of various flight attendents/passengers moving up and down the aisle, so that second armrest is theirs by right to claim.
Ofc you can. If that etiquette applied to the last seat it would apply to all seats because if last cant, then one before last cant either and then two before last cant as well, etc, no reason for seats to be reclinable.Here's a similar debate when flying :
A plane passenger filmed a man repeatedly pushing her reclined seat with his fist. Who's wrong here?The flight was supposed to be quick and painless. Instead, it turned into what one passenger described as a painful assault -- and a lightning rod for what constitutes proper airline etiquette.www.cnn.com
Should you recline your seat on somebody who's at the back and can't recline themselves?
good to know my opinion on airline seat armrests informs my “goodness”. Lol. Please grow up a little my dude, there’s more to human beings than a sentence posted on the Internet.