Flights can be unpleasant enough without rude passengers - so SilverDoor has created an infographic including things you should never say to flight attendants.
Despite what some flyers may believe, the cabin crew's primary purpose is not to wait on you hand and foot.
Their primary role is to ensure the safety of passengers - hence the safety training they undergo in order to qualify as cabin crew.
Regardless, some people continue to treat them like the waiters and waitresses of the sky.
SilverDoor's infographic outlines some basic rules to show respect towards flight attendants, and to not be that petulant customer that expects cabin crew to have control over air traffic or the ability to ignore strict legislation.
One of the first things SilverDoor notes is that you should not ask flight attendants to watch your kids - they are not babysitters.
Other general etiquette includes polite requests rather than demands, and using please and thank you.
And of course there is the number one rule - listen to your flight attendant, even when you don't feel like switching off your phone or moving your luggage. Rules are in place for your and other passengers' safety.
Have a look at these and other rules in the infographic below: