If you cringe at the thought of flying on a commercial flight, you are not alone.
You probably have lots of complaints about the long lines, intrusive security searches and fees for food, drinks and even pillows.
But airline workers also have gripes, mostly about their tough working conditions and how they are treated by frustrated passengers.
In a recent survey of 700 airline workers in 85 countries, fliers who snapped their fingers to get the attention of flight attendants were ranked as the biggest annoyance.
Join us at 2 p.m. for a live video chat with former airline crew manager Claudia Helena Oxee and Saint Xavier Associate Professor Joyce Hunter.