“This is just a continuation of the rudeness and the bluntness of his performance last night,” said one fed-up New Yorker who declined to give her name.

“It’s par for the course, par for the course,” her companion fumed.

The flight carrying the mayor touched down at noon, but before anyone else could get off, a steward came on the intercom and asked everyone to stay seated because some passengers in the back of the plane — where de Blasio’s staff and security detail were seated — needed to get off right away.

A Post reporter, who was on the flight, asked the mayor’s campaign spokeswoman if Hizzoner would have a minute to answer a question about 900 classrooms testing positive for lead. She said no.