Flight attendant reveals secret button on every plane
Whether you're deathly afraid of flying or you're one of the lucky ones who finds it relaxing, there are certain downfalls that are hard to deny. The lack of personal space is one of them, something you're reminded of whenever you squish into a tiny seat on a fully-booked flight.
Attempting to find a solution to these types of commercial airline annoyances, a Reddit thread popped up recently asking all current and past flight attendants to spill the secrets they picked up while on the job. The thread, appropriately titled, "People who work for airlines, what are secrets passengers don't know?" is filled with gems, including one hack that surprised many.
According to Reddit user and seasoned flyer Goat_Porker, the frustrating armrest-on-the-aisle-issue can be resolved once and for all.
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