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Neighborliness in the train: 90% of passengers allowed neighbors to their bottom shelf

Travel portal 06.07.2019 at 04:21

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The Service of the traveling conducted a survey and found out almost 3700 users if they are willing to let the neighbor from the top shelf to sit on his bottom.

As said the portal TRN in the press-service of the company, the majority of passengers trains (over 90%) do not mind if the neighbor will take their place. More than a third of respondents (35%) offer companions to sit down on the bottom shelf. More than 40% of respondents will be allowed to your seat neighbors, unless they don't sleep. Every tenth passenger, bought a place on the bottom shelf, will share their rightful place only if it about it ask nicely.

Strongly against sharing their shelf companions were 12% of respondents reported that they chose the answer: "This is my place. It annoys me when other people sit on it".

In June, the service analyzed all decorated railway tickets from the beginning and found the most expensive orders. The selection came travel in Russia and abroad. As shown by statistics, to go with the comfort of the passengers prefer long distances (in Russia — Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Irkutsk, and abroad — in European cities.) Head of the twenty most expensive railway journeys trip four foreign pensioners on the route Irkutsk — Moscow (a train "Russia", the route Vladivostok-Moscow). They spent a couple of nights and spent the road almost 143 thousand rubles. In second place ranking — a journey of the same group (two of four), but from Vladivostok to Irkutsk. That is, tourists arrived from Vladivostok to Irkutsk, admired nature for 5 days and at the end of may went to Moscow. Third most expensive was the order on the route Moscow — Vladivostok. For two tickets pair of foreign tourists gave nearly 90 thousand rubles. Slightly cheaper than the cost of the trip the couple on the route Moscow — Khabarovsk (85 thousand).