Many people who travel by airplanes don’t know about all of their peculiarities. These 7 amazing and simple tips will make you feel better and more comfortable during your flight.
The seats by the window are colder 0:21
Avoid drinking coffee or tea 0:49
Tables and seat pockets are the dirtiest places on the plane 1:12
Morning is the best time for a flight 1:44
The service is better in the final rows 2:06
Don’t inflate your neck cushion to full volume 2:33
Always go with a special menu 2:49
- The temperature outside the cabin can fall to as low as −140°F to −149°С, which cools down the temperature of the plane’s fuselage. You can feel this external cold above all in the seats by the windows, especially during summer when you wear light clothing.
- Keep in mind: the drinking water used to prepare hot beverages onboard can contain malignant bacteria such as E. coli and Staphylococcus aureus. Specialists who have tested the water on various airlines have reached this conclusion on more than one occasion.
- Pockets on the seat back in front of you are sometimes full of trash accumulated during flights. Yep, they aren’t cleaned as thoroughly as you would expect. When it comes to the tray tables, it’s even worse!
- Later flights are usually delayed because of the ‘ripple’ effects of delays throughout the day. Moreover, if you have a fear of flying, specialists claim that a degree of turbulence is reduced in the morning.
- If you sit in the first rows, you will be the first to leave the plane at the end of the flight as well as get a choice of meal. On the other hand, if you pick a seat closer to the back of the cabin, you’ll more attentive service from the cabin crew!
- When you take a blow-up pillow onto the plane, don’t forget about the laws of physics! If you fill it with air completely, it might burst due to the changes in pressure in the cabin!
- Airlines offer a choice of different in-flight meals such as vegetarian, seafood, halal, kosher, and many others. Even if you have no particular preference, many travelers recommend going for one of the specialist meal choices.
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Ok.... I'm in California, LAX airport and it's a 90 min car ride but.... I give myself 2-3 hours to get there... Example... If my flight leaves 8 am in the morning? It's best to leave your place 4 to 5 (mainly 5) FROM the time your flight leaves ok? That way if I have 2 hours or double my commute to the airport.. to get there...?? Ok? At the airport I give myself 2 HOURS to get to my terminal...... Ok?? Uuuh plus... Planes WILL LEAVE EARLY....Great idea to get there early right? Bring reading material?? Stuff that keeps you busy?? tsa.org (the app it's self too ok?) has ALL the answers what you can bring ok? Oh you can bring sushi with you ok... Have it at room temperature 4-6 hours so it's more delicious (????)... God bless keep it simple ok!
Take Qatar airways it’s simple I take that amazing plane every time when I’m going traveling I will take that plane :)
Oh cuz it’s more clean and the seats are big and the flight attendants are very nice and it’s safe it won’t crash and the food is yum
Once I had ordered a ginger ale and I later fells asleep with my head on the table. When I woke up there was ginger ale all over my hair,clothes and blanket! It took me about thirty minute to clean it out of my hair when we arrived at the hotel
I plan on flying this Thanksgiving (worst time to fly) to visit my family and I'm honestly so nervous because it'll be my first time flying.
I'll be doing it by myself so I've been binge watching these videos and reading articles on how to prepare but I feel like they're all saying the same thing. Does anyone have any advice?
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