The clothes that could get you BANNED from flying

MAKE sure you wear something appropriate for your next flight – or you could be kicked off the plane.

A post on Reddit has revealed the item of clothing that is practically guaranteed to have you banned from flying, according to an airline gate agent.


What you wear could get you kicked off a flightCredit: Getty – Contributor

They said: “Don’t wear shirts with obscene words. We can’t board you to the aeroplane with a shirt that says a bad word.

“You will probably have to change it as it might offend another passenger.”

Last month, a South Korean DJ was kicked off her flight because her leggings had swear words on them, while in 2015, a university student in the US was kicked off his flight due to the word “f***ing” on his T-shirt.

And in March, a man claimed he was threatened with an indefinite flight ban for wearing a jumper that branded the words “F**k Biden.”

It’s not just rude words either, wearing a skimpy top or pair of shorts could also get you barred from boarding.

In 2019, a woman was told her low-cut top was “causing offence” on a flight while another woman was booted off an easyJet flight — because her outfit was too low-cut.

And last year, a female passenger was stopped from boarding her flight because of her outfit and told the pilot didn’t like people “showing a lot of skin”.

Even your lack of shoes could get you kicked off – in 2019, a passenger claimed she saw a family kicked off a flight because the little boy with them wasn’t wearing shoes.

Airlines explain these rules on their website – for example, American Airlines’ rules state: “Dress appropriately; bare feet or offensive clothing aren’t allowed.”

Here is why you should never wear leggings on a flight either.

A flight attendant has also said why shorts should also be a no-no during a flight.

Another flight attendant has revealed the 12 other things you should never wear on flights.

 Skip the rude clothes and skimpy shorts, according to flight attendants


Skip the rude clothes and skimpy shorts, according to flight attendantsCredit: Getty