While some prefer to board the plane from back to front, and others allow those in window seats first and work in towards the aisle, some still insist on boarding from front to back, News.com.au reported.
Due to this, passengers have to stand in the aisle waiting while the person standing in front of them finds somewhere to stow their carry on bag, organize them, grab items they deem necessary, and in the process block the aisle.
This results in those at the back often left scrambling, just finding their seats as the plane is rearing up to go.
The solution could be when the plane is boarded from back to front, as those towards the rear of the plane get to their seats quicker.
But even this doesn't stand as the perfect solution.
It's best if the plane is boarded from window seats to aisles, to avoid those in the aisle seats to get up for those in the rest of the row.
--ANI (Posted on 23-11-2013)