Flight Attendants Reveal Secrets Of Flying And What It’s Really Like Working For An Airline

Backhanded

Have you ever noticed that flight attendants always seem to greet passengers with their hands clasped behind their backs? Turns out there’s a good reason airline employees do this.

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By hiding their hands, it is easier to count the number of people entering the plane. They always count on their fingers! If you saw them counting on their fingers in front of you, you wouldn’t be too happy about it, would you? The trust between driver and passenger must never be broken and the agents working on board must always look impeccable and reassuring. Now you know why they behave the way they do, and you may be able to avoid disrupting them because your safety is at stake too.

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