A "Do Not Disturb" Sign While in Flight?
Having a Do Not Disturb sign while a passenger on an aircraft seems like a good idea, although it should be rather obvious whether or not the passenger wants to be disturbed at all. For example, if the passenger is sleeping, it is a rather safe bet that that passenger wishes not to be disturbed.
Then again, does the Do Not Disturb sign work at hotels?
Read all about this idea posted by FlyerTalk member Philoj – but please do not disturb Philoj whilst posting in the I want a “Do Not Disturb” sign while flying thread.
By the way, is turb the opposite of disturb? If so, is it possible to turb, or intentionally bother, someone?