Jet2, Ryanair, Easyjet, TUI passengers who leave seat during flight 'warned'

Jet2, Ryanair, Easyjet and TUI passengers who decided to "leave their seat" while the trolley service is being conducted have been warned. Passengers flying abroad this summer with popular airlines and carriers have been issued a stark warning.

In a warning to those flying abroad with Jet2, TUI, Ryanair and Easyjet and more, a flight attendant and airline worker told the Sun newspaper: "The main thing that few seem to consider is the food and drinks trolley.

"If that's being pushed up and down the cabin, you should really be staying in your seat. At the very least, you could get your toe run over or get bashed by the trolley, which happens all the time. 'm sick of people looking at me angrily after I've accidentally hit their foot with the trolley because, really, it's their fault they got hit."

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They added: "I know that sounds pithy, but what do they expect? They can see us coming up and down the aisle, we can't always see them - hence why they sometimes get a knock in the shins." They went on: So it's best to stay in your seat until after the service, when the trolleys are safely stowed away and there are fewer obstacles or items that can fly around the cabin."

The airline worker was discussing the pitfalls of standing up as the summer getaway gets underway, with Birmingham passengers set to fly off to all manner of far-flung and sun-kissed territories in a bid to get some much-needed sunshine and well-earned R&R.

The dangerous moment passengers should never get out of their seat on a flight was revealed by the flight attendant under a first-person piece in the tabloid newspaper. And worryingly, the airline worker - who has stayed anonymous - warns "thousands do it every day".