Riding an airplane is far different from riding a bus or a car. Given that you are flying at a height of 40,000ft where the air is thin, you are basically riding a metal life support system. Anything can happen, and this is why there are things to follow. When you purchase an airplane ticket, you basically subject yourself to the safety rules and regulations of the airline, which are basically being carried out by your cabin crew. Here are very important dos and donts when flying that you should not disregard.
Always remember that buying an airplane ticket is just like enrolling in school. You paid the school tuition because you want to learn from your teachers and professors. When you pay for your tuition, you subject yourself to all school rules and regulations presented in your handbook. You don't make your own rules. Also, you do not tell your teacher what you want to learn or not. You just listen and learn whatever your professor will teach. The same goes for flying in an airplane. You buy a ticket because you want to travel to a certain place safely. When you purchase the ticket, you subject yourself to all the airline rules and regulations, which you have agreed to. You don't make your own rules also. Your cabin crew are like your teachers or professors. They will instruct you what to do to ensure your safety as you travel by air, which was basically what you paid for. Their primary job is to ensure your safety on board, secondary are comfort and flying experience.
Follow these dos and donts, and we assure you that you will enjoy a hassle free, safe, and comfortable flight.