Travel Hacks SECRET LEGROOM BUTTON | Airport & Airplane Tips 2018

Of all the and travel out there, this one has been the most useful. One big problem with air travel is , especially in economy class. Travel advice and flying are dime a dozen, but this simple travel hack with save you a lot of discomfort if you end up with a aisle seat. This is one of the best I’ve found, and one I think everyone should know.

Under the arm wrest of the aisle seat there is a button. Pressing this switch lifts the armrest up, and allows you to have much more leg room, and leg movement, especially when you need to exit the row.

80% of airplanes have this feature, but unfortunately not all of them do. It is there for flight attendants to left the armrest to allow for ease of exit during an emergency, and also for the disabled.

Travelers rejoice, those long haul flights might have gotten a little more comfortable, and air transport a little more enjoyable. It’s basically one of my travel essentials now.

As a travel vlogger, this legroom button has saved my life. Enjoy one the top flight attendant secrets


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20 Replies to “Travel Hacks SECRET LEGROOM BUTTON | Airport & Airplane Tips 2018”

  1. Who knew this already? Who was totally taken by surprise?
    Do you think they want us to know, or they are trying to keep a secret? Let me know in the comments! ✈️

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  3. I've heard of this, but every plane I've looked for it in doesn't have it. Maybe I need to stop booking so many budget airlines, haha.

  4. Cool tip. FWIW the seats on the left of the plane as you front to back are FED (window to aisle) not ABC, that is on the other side. But not relevant to your cool tip! Thanks for understanding my OCD… 🙂

  5. Mike love your videos!! Like your travels with Cody also!! Cant believe you covered this. I went to Ireland last June from Boston and had a seat alone. Flight attendant came to fix something on the seat in front. reached under arm rest and popped it up. The rest of the flight I looked for that friggen button with the person next to me and we couldn't find it. Now I see I wasn't reaching back far enough. Thanks! Wonder what the big secret is about that? Put it where we see it.

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