Every active business traveler knows that work-related trips can pose their challenges and frustrations. So why are so many of them caused by… other travelers? The New York Times suggests that many travelers could take a cue from Miss Manners and follow some basic rules of etiquette.
Some quick pointers: Don’t watch porn DVDs on your laptop, don’t eat kimchi, and if your feet tend to the smelly side, leave your shoes on.
What’s the worst business travel experience — in terms of fellow passengers gaffs — you’ve ever had?
Update: Sometimes, even security guards could be more polite.