Remember that time we talked about how KLM passengers would be finding seatmates using social media? Well, apparently travelers aren't actually interested -- nor are they interested in in-air socializing at all, a new TripAdvisor survey has found.
According to the travel site's annual air travel survey, 76 percent of fliers prefer to keep to themselves and only 9 percent would be willing to try one of those "social seating" programs. On top of that, 40 percent would pay to sit in a "quiet" section of the plane. (FYI, Amtrak already has that for free in its "Quiet Cars.")
The survey included more than 1,000 U.S. participants, 91 percent of which have plans to fly domestically this year. That's up from 84 percent last year. International flight plans have also increased.
Other findings of the survey:
Participants also ranked their favorite airports:
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