Don't make boarding even more inconvenient for other passengers by searching through your bag or anything like that prior to sitting down.
Your own foot odor may easily stink up a plane. Some foot ailments are communicable, and bare feet might be nasty if you haven't had a pedicure.
If you're seated between two cabins, you'll need to store your bag in the overhead compartment if you're facing the wall.
According to a British Airways survey on aircraft etiquette, most respondents believe the person in the middle seat should get both armrests.
It can be easier to get some shut-eye if you recline your seat, but always check with the person in front of you before doing so.
Sometimes you'll meet someone on the plane with similar interests. Even if you're enjoying the chat, some passengers may not. So avoid that.
It's fine to drink on the plane before your vacation. Don't get so drunk that you spill vodka on your neighbor's trousers or lose your suitcase at the airport.
Most passengers would prefer not to breathe fishy odors for the duration of their flight, despite the convenience of tuna salad as an aircraft snack.
To offset the dryness of the cabin air, you may use hand lotion or eye drops. Don't even think about trimming your nails or cleaning your ears or picking your nose.
No one can blame you if your baby cries on the plane, despite your best efforts. Older students can learn about airplane etiquette and how their actions affect others.
No one should tumble down an aisle before anyone else has had a chance to stand up after a long flight, even if you're eager to get off.