Two Golden Windows Of Opportunity For Using Airplane Restroom

TravelandLeisurePublished: May 3, 2018
Published: May 3, 2018

When nature calls, there are few worse places to be than 30,000 feet in the sky. However, for travelers who want a more private experience, there are two golden windows of opportunity.

According to Erika Roth, former flight attendant, heading to the loo as soon as the pilot turns off the seatbelt sign is the perfect timing for you to visit the toilet. In addition, the other sweet spot is just before drink service begins. And an expert trick for masking any odors.

During those times, you can realistically expect about 10 minutes of peace to take care of any pressing issues. For those who know they’ll be taking care of foul business, Roth had one veteran tip: ask an attendant for packets of coffee grounds, then hang them up in the lavatory. The grounds will soak up the odor. What a nice tip!

You might want to bear that in mind because you never know when it might come in handy. Next time you have unfinished business with your bowls and you are a guest in a household, but must visit the toilet, this fine tip might save you the trouble and embarrassment!

However, for passengers on a long-haul flight, it’s impossible to avoid the airplane bathroom. Especially if passengers are looking for a little more privacy while they’re on the plane for disposing of their bowls. These tips are guaranteed to save you the trouble! You can visit the toilet without worrying about anyone waiting outside the door as soon as the pilot turns off the seatbelt sign and just before drink service begins. Keep that in mind!

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