Here's The Ideal Time To Use The Airplane Bathroom

MOSCOW REGION, RUSSIA - DECEMBER 15, 2016: An Airbus A350-900 Singapore Airlines airplane arrives at Moscow's Domodedovo International Airport for the first time. The next generation aircraft has 253 passenger seats and features an improved air filtration system in the cabin, high ceilings, enlarged portholes, and the smart lighting to mitigate jet lag effects. Marina Lystseva/TASS (Photo by Marina Lystseva\TASS via Getty Images)

Going to the bathroom on an airplane can be a scary thing. It's tiny, there's probably a line of people outside waiting for you to leave and depending where your seat is, it can be a trek to get to the back of the plane.

Luckily, flight attendants have revealed the ideal time to take care of your business on a flight - right when the pilot turns off the seatbelt sign and just before drink service begins.

It's also recommended that you keep your trip to the bathroom short... 5 minutes is ideal... 10 minutes maximum... 20 minutes and people will think something is wrong!

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