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Flight attendants for airlines like Delta Air Lines and United Airlines revealed their best travel hacks.

Flight attendants reveal 11 of their best travel hacks

A group of flight attendants working for Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and other carriers told Business Insider their best secrets for traveling.
Flight attendants revealed the most surprising parts of their job in interviews with Business Insider.

9 flight attendants reveal the most shocking part of their jobs

Flight attendants who work for United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and American Airlines described the most surprising part of their job.
"Cut us some slack," a United flight attendant said.

6 things flight attendants want to tell you but can’t

Six flight attendants told Business Insider what they wish they could tell passengers but can't for professional reasons.
"There's a lot of things that we do that are kind of essential to our daily job that we just don't get paid for," said a flight attendant for PSA Airlines.

Flight attendants reveal one of the worst parts of their job — they don’t always get paid for all of the hours they work

"In any given day, I can work 14 hours and only be paid for six of them," said a flight attendant for Mesa Airlines.
Flight attendants notice many details on planes that most passengers don't catch.

Flight attendants reveal 10 things they notice on a plane that you probably miss

Flight attendants spend hundreds of hours in the air each year, so they learn to notice small details about the planes they work on.
"One of the most annoying things is definitely when they have their headphones in when you're coming to offer them their snacks and their drinks," a Delta Air Lines flight attendant said.

Flight attendants reveal the 9 most annoying things passengers do

Crew members from United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and American Airlines told Business Insider what gets on their nerves when serving passengers.

American Airlines says it has fixed the computer glitch that forced its regional airline to cancel more than 2,000 flights

An American Airlines regional carrier resumed flight operations and blamed a computer glitch for thousands of cancelations, but customers are still not happy.