I'm talking about you, 2C

When sitting in the bulkhead row of an airplane (the one with the wall in front of you), you can't have anything at your seat for take off and landing. You have no underseat storage, so everything has to go in the overhead.

If you are not sitting in the road, you should put something under the seat in front of you and don't complain about the complete lack of space in the over head.

Once the plane takes off, and the bulkhead passenger takes down their bag form the overhead to work on their notebook, that space is not suddenly up for grabs. You should not go back to row 8 in coach, take your bag out of that overhead, and then stow it in that new space, just vacated by the bulkhead passenger, just so you can be closer to it. The bulkhead passenger is going to put there own stuff back there for landing. They least you can do is put that relatively small notebook bag under the seat in front of you. You have the space. And you're not 7 feet tall.

And, by the way, do not take off your shoes and then put your sweaty feet on the armrest of the person in front of you. That's rude, and the other passenger shouldn't have to put up with that.

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