A study carried out by HolidayExtras.com found that unruly children were the biggest annoyance to fellow passengers when flying to their holiday in India and other locations.

A study carried out by HolidayExtras.com found that unruly children were the biggest annoyance to fellow passengers when flying to their holiday in India and other locations.

Other people who cause irritation on flights include people who arrive late to board the plane, passengers who take up the most room in the overhead storage compartments and those who make a lot of noise eating or coughing.

“We can all get stressed when flying, but maybe we should have a bit of sympathy for those poor parents struggling to cope with young children,” explained Mike Whiting, managing editor at the company.

Travellers flying to Mumbai for a holiday in India at the start of September may wish to head to the Chowpatty and Dadar beaches to unwind after a long flight.

Ganesh Chaturthi Festival is a ten-day celebration of the elephant-headed god Ganesh and sees thousands of processions arrive on the beaches of Mumbai.

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