Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 18 May 2016
Total posts 3
Sorry, but if people meander at glacial speeds, tough luck. Some people actually have schedules and objectives to meet within the constraints of the working day. If one, without knocking over the herds of cattle, can find a quicker path to the obviously wide auto door and get in promptly, then they've saved a potential congestion moment at the door. If the wanderers are that insistent, they can get a buggy to drive them in...
Member since 30 May 2014
Total posts 16
I must admit that I can't stand slow walkers and if they're blocking the path with little regard for others in a hurry, I'll walk right up behind them (well within their personal space) and usually they'll notice, apologise and I'll walk past with a simple "thanks". It seems like the poeople mentioned above a lot more miserable and vindicitive...
Member since 12 Jun 2014
Total posts 1
One better are those individuals who just walk past you and everyone els to the head of the queue ie right on the bollard for premium boarding, when you try to be polite for disembarking passengers and leave a metre space!
Member since 12 May 2015
Unfortunately I find that airports are the one place that brings out the absolute worst in people, particularly within the lounges.
Member since 25 Jan 2013
Total posts 108
I'm fairly confident it is a walkway. I'm not sure what their issue was, If they choose to walk incredibly slowly when there is no visible hold up, chances are someone will want to overtake them at one stage.
Member since 18 Nov 2015
Total posts 110
So many rude and clueless people around. Particularly those gate lice that hang around trying to board before they're called.
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