Flying used to be an exciting adventure – rather than just mere survival – especially for long haul flights.
The reality of the airline industry is centered on functionality, as they cut personal space to add more seats, and reduce service in the main cabin.
This has led to a test of endurance – a test that I want to help you pass with “flying” colors.
With some advance planning, your long haul international flight does not have to be a 10+ hour nightmare in a horribly cramped prison-like seat.
In a previous post, Surviving the Long Haul Journey: Choosing Your Flight, I shared how your flight selection can have a large impact on your flight experience.
In this post, I share Part 2 of my tried and true In-Flight Survival Tips (see Part 1).
Financial disclosure: I have no connections with any of the named entities discussed in this article.
In-Flight Comfort Pack
International flights are long and challenging. Having a few comfort items can really make things much more bearable. Of course, you must carefully weigh the benefit of each item you bring on-board, as they will take up room in your small area of personal space. Continue reading In-Flight Survival Tips (Part 2) — Surviving the Long Haul Journey