When it comes to the Mile High Club, some bathrooms are better than others
"Yes, it IS possible to join the Mile High Club, but I just don't understand why anyone would want to. That said, every Boeing 777 has a handicap bathroom that must be big enough for a wheelchair. Each airline configures their planes differently, but there has to be one somewhere onboard. On our planes it's over the wing, and it's called the "Princess Potty" because it has a full-length mirror. You could have a party in there. Then again, there’s usually a line up the aisle. Be considerate, people."
Sleeping pills aren't always a good idea
"I'm terrified of Ambien because I've seen horrible things. I don't know if it's poor management by the user, or maybe they didn’t read the directions, but I've seen people taking their clothes off, running up and down the aisle naked. A woman once took Ambien and got up claiming she really needed to use the lavatory. It was occupied so she had to wait, and she peed all over herself."
Turbulence is worse at the back of the plane
"The plane is built like a teeter-totter, and the most stable part is over the wings. Turbulence is worse in the back of the plane -- it's much bumpier. If you think you’re going to be sensitive to that, sit over the wings. Also, the plane is not going to fall out of the sky because of turbulence. Planes are meant to bend, not break. Although the first 10,000ft and the last 10,000ft make or break a flight, the rest is pretty much cruise control."