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6 things flight attendants wish they could tell you, but can't

6 things flight attendants wish they could tell you, but can't
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"Cut us some slack," a United flight attendant said.    Robert Alexander/Getty Images

  • Six flight attendants told Business Insider what they wish they could tell passengers, but can't, for professional reasons.
  • The flight attendants work for American Airlines, United Airlines, Piedmont Airlines, PSA Airlines, and Alaska Airlines.
  • Their responses suggest that being conscientious can go a long way toward making a flight attendant's life easier.
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Flying can be stressful, and travelers sometimes let their frustrations get in the way of being polite to flight staff and other passengers.

Six flight attendants who work for a total of five airlines told Business Insider what they wish they could tell passengers, but for professional reasons, can't. Each flight attendant requested anonymity for fear of reprisal from their employer.

Their responses suggest that being conscientious can go a long way toward making a flight attendant's life easier.

These are the 6 things flight attendants want to tell you, but can't.

Are you a flight attendant? Do you have a story to share? Contact this reporter at mmatousek@businessinsider.com.

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