Air Rage Trigged by Walking Past First-Class Seating

Air Rage Trigged by Walking Past First-Class Seating


Traveling is
something that can be a very stressful
situation for people. A new study
led by University of
Toronto’s associate professor of
organizational behavior, Katherine A. DeCelles,
has learned that economy passengers
in an airplane experience air rage
more than if they were in first class
by 3.84 times. Also if they had to
walk through first class to get to
their seat rather than boarding
through the middle of the plane where
economy seating is located they are
likely to experience air rage more
than 2.8 times. Other things that
have caused these moods are the
crowds and small seating areas
on the plane. Despite the news
reports saying that air rage
cases are rising, the study found that
air rage is rare, but the Federal
Aviation Administration also does not require
flight crew to report cases
of air rage.

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