Airplanes and airports are mysterious. Between the guys with the big headphones and the mysterious journey of luggage (where does that conveyor belt GO!?), there's much to be discovered about the inner-workings of the airline industry, at least for us passengers. Luckily, some airline workers came to reddit to spill all their secrets...
You're on a crowded flight, and in the middle seat no less. The woman in the window seat is out cold, snoring and steadily collapsing onto your shoulder. The kid in the aisle seat is wearing big headphones and blaring music so loudly that everyone in rows eight through 15 can hear. But at least it's drowning out the squawks of the unruly toddler across the aisle. You figure you'll try to nap. You try stretch back in your seat, but you soon realize the passenger behind you is using a new gadget that prevents your seat from reclining. Now what?
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