USA Today spoke to frequent flyers about their pet peeves when travelling, and surprisingly it wasn't crying babies.
On a recent 15-hour flight across the Pacific, Emily Doig sat next to two adult passengers who loudly negotiated a business contract while everyone else on the plane tried to sleep."Unlike actual babies, you can't appease them with iPads or in-flight entertainment," she said.
"We all know that airplane food wouldn’t be our choice for a last meal on death row," said Calev Bacharach. "It’s fine to bring your own food, but make a considerate decision with what you choose. You’re not the only passenger on your flight."