There is one drink that tourists should avoid ordering during the flight if they do not want to be blacklisted by flight attendants. These are highly carbonated drinks, including Diet Coke.
It turns out that passengers who ask for a cola on board an aircraft become unpleasant for flight attendants due to the specificity of the drink. Bubbles and foam, which is formed during pouring, does not allow you to quickly serve the tourist. Soft drinks are particularly effervescent in the air because the lower air pressure in the cabin means that carbon dioxide is released more easily. And time is valuable for aviation personnel, as they are guided by a regulated schedule.
In fact, in the time it takes to pour one Coke, the flight attendant could also serve three other passengers. “As you may know, in the cabin of an aircraft, the pressure is not up to sea level, but up to the equivalent of more than two thousand meters. This means that some passengers may feel slightly dizzy, or that alcohol affects them almost twice as much as on the ground. It also means soft drinks foam up a lot more when poured out of the can, and diet coca is the worst culprit. I literally have to sit and wait for the bubbles to burst before I can continue pouring. If all 3 passengers ask for a Diet Coke, I often have them start drinking immediately with foam, then take three more drink orders, serve them, and then return to the tourist with a Diet Coke, ”one flight attendant quoted the publication.
Diet cola isn't the only drink to avoid in-flight, though one crew member said it's also wise to skip tea and coffee. Hot water tanks on board aircraft are rarely cleaned, so the water may not be completely clean.
For those who care about a healthy lifestyle, we recommend reading: “Two Reasons for Rapid Weight Gain after Weight Loss Named.”
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