Hell in a tin can: worst flight stories
The plane dropped thousands of feet in seconds, writes Matt Matthews. We all thought we were going to die.
My wife told me that I would pay for the number of times I had changed my seats online. Alas, she was right.
Are shoe horn, bat and hiberation class the next ways to make air travel more comfortable? You tell us.
Kiwi migrant Mena Bassily thought the bomb quip on a plane was a joke. But this racism isn't funny.
I looked like my my face was about to fall off. I had turned into a eye-watering snot-machine.
Pack extra socks when you take a 52-hour journey around the world without showering.
I was shaken awake by an air hostess. Then again, by a baby carrier.
What's the worst flight you've ever been on? Grant Plimmer's flight to Bangkok gave him a headache.
To her horror, Tina Wemyss was seated by a man who looked - and smelled - like he'd been through hell.
Cooped up on a longhaul flight, my friend's sleeping pill-induced slumber was no fun for the rest of us.
A sibling brawl in the aisle before the plane had left the tarmac was just the beginning.
They were overbooked, but lucky me, I got the last seat. The one with zero leg room.
A particularly stinky passenger made for a very long flight to Bangkok for Blair McAlister.
After a huge, drunk, sweating man was strapped in next to him, Christopher Howe's flight turned bad.