What are some great tips and tricks for air travel?
- Reach the airport at least 2 hours before your scheduled time. You should have time to come back home and again get back to airport if you have forgotten something important.
- Check-in online, don't waste time standing in lines.
- Buy 4 wheel bags.
- Stay hydrated.
- Choose green tea over coffee (Coffee won't let you sleep).
- Choose your seat at the time of booking to get the best seat.
- Turbulence is known to be the lowest near the wings of aircraft.
- Don't settle for middle seats, if you haven't pre-booked the seat, ask for a window or aisle seat politely.
- Don't take seats in front of the emergency exit, they don't recline.
- Layer your clothes.
- Take your medication.
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Don't keep sitting for hours, take a trip to restroom even if you don't want.
- Ask for upgrades, you might get one.
- Choose your airline wisely, some are really congested and uncomfortable.
- Pre-order your meals otherwise you won't get what you want, you will get what is left.
- Eye-mask, earplugs and travel pillow= Solitude
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