Last Updated on January 27, 2021Long haul-flights suck, I know. They are literally a pain in the a***s, especially if you are flying economy class. However, there are many useful tips and tricks that will help you survive those long haul flights and make them more fun and enjoyable. Ok, in some cases, just a little bit less painful. So whether you are looking for a way to kill time on long haul flights, or just keep your sanity, get the right airplane seat, or even just find ways to improve your mood while on board, I will have a tip for you! I’m here to share with you 5 amazing tips that will help you avoid the hassles along the way. Traveling for pleasure or just for business, in both cases, you should never skip the part of planning for your trip. Here are 5 amazing tips to make your long haul flights bearable!
1. Long haul flights’ tip number 1: Booze
Long-haul flights are awful, especially if you take a long, non-stop flight from Delhi to San Francisco. What’s even worse is being squished into a small airplane chair with no room to stretch. OMG, I can’t even imagine! The good news? There is always a way out. Booze!! Luckily the TSA allows fliers to carry their tiny, and I insist on the word tiny, bottles of liquor. And here, I mean tiny bottles that are less than 3 oz. However, keep in mind that it’s up to the airline to decide whether you’re allowed to drink them or not. International long haul flights are definitely your best bet for ordering and enjoying drinks. Some Airlines can even offer free drinks to their fliers!
2. Long haul flights’ tip number 2: Wear comfortable clothes.
Flying for a long distance is a no joke! It’s about sitting in the same position for hours. Savvy fliers know well that having a comfortable, stress-free flight and a positive travel experience requires a combination of factors. Ultimately, comfort is one of the most important for a comfortable flying experience. So you must pick the right outfit before you get onboard. So what to wear when flying long-distance? Simple, always opt for wrinkle-resistant fabrics, clothes that you can easily take off or put on when needed, and totally avoid wearing clothes that can make your airport stride slower or even make you twitch so uncomfortably in your airplane seat.