Have you Encountered These Annoying Types of Travelers?

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Oh, and there’s also the other passengers.

How many of these annoying types of airport passengers have you encountered? Which ones annoy you the most? Have you done any of these? Let us know!

Via justtheflight.co.uk

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  1. Anonymous
    April 20, 2016 at 1:58 pm

    I login in and my comment is gone. not retyping.

  2. Ben
    April 20, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    In over 50 years of flying (my first flight was on a DC3) the carousel hogs have never figured out that their bags are not going to be the very first ones that come out. And continue to block everyone else (who's bags did come out first). The worst are those that had 12 family members there to meet them and now all 12 are standing blocking everyone else while they wait to pick up ONE! checked bag. I generally stand well back and watch my bags go around several times to allow everyone else who seem to have no clue how this works get their stuff first.

  3. Anonymous
    April 20, 2016 at 6:57 am

    I do not walk on a walkalator and see no point in doing so. I also do not walk in escalators or jump in elevators. I have seen that walking briskly on normal floors is faster than walking in walkalators. When I use a walkalator, it is because I want to rest after a 14 hour flight.

    Silly infographic.