TORONTO – If you’re leaving on a jet plane, make sure you pack your common sense.
On Sunday, British budget airliner Jet2 released the findings of a survey the company gave to its cabin crew members asking to share outrageous requests made by passengers.
“We always try to remain professional, but it’s great that we can have a joke with passengers after they’ve said something without thinking how ridiculous it is,” a spokesperson said in a press release. “My favourite was the customer who wanted to know how to wind their window down. I don’t think they realised what would happen if they did that travelling so high up!”
Here’s a look at the most outrages questions, according to Jet2.