study-indian-parents-most tolerant-in flightA recent survey conducted by Northstar on behalf of Expedia, one of the world’s largest flight travelling tickets offering site revealed that about 24percent of Indians tolerant towards cryings, whining or misbehaved children.

The study revealed that Indians are most tolerant people globally towards the inattentive parents who have no control over or pay no attention to their crying, whining or misbehaved children. In this index, Indians were followed by Chinese and Hong Kong people. People from Mexico, Norway, New Zealand (42 per cent) are most intolerant in this aspect. Indians lead globally with 22 present people enters into an argument with fellow passengers in their air journey.

And Indians are most intolerant towards the armrest hoggers, window seat people who make frequent visits to bathrooms, or passengers who remove their shoes, socks etc. Indians prefer comfort than style in their flight journey.