In 2013, I wrote a blog post called “100 Things to do on a Long Flight.” It went viral and was shared over 300,000 times. That blog post has gotten me on television shows and my blog has been in the New York Times twice. It has also inspired me to write two books: “100 Things to do on a Long Flight” (an e-book) and “The Carry-on Traveller: The Ultimate Guide to Packing Light.”
As an entrepreneur, I have run three successful businesses all related to travel. In addition to running my business, I have been featured in all of the major news outlets such as CNN,Travel + Leisure and USA Today.
I am also an entrepreneur who runs several successful businesses. I am the founder and CEO of Modular Robotics and co-founder of Botanicalls with Kate Hartman and Rob Faludi at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP).
I love to travel. I do it a lot, and I’ve had my share of long flights. In fact, I would say that I’ve spent a large chunk of my life on planes. And, when you’re on a plane, there’s only so much that you can do. You can read, watch movies, listen to music, eat the food they give you (if you’re lucky), etc.
But sometimes even these activities don’t fill up all the time on a long flight. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of 100 things to do on a long flight. Some of these things are useful and will make the flight go by faster. Others are not so useful and won’t help you kill any time at all, but they will make for great stories to tell your friends when you get back!
Flying is a boring experience. The food, the people, and the movies are all awful. But it doesn’t have to be.
It’s a long flight. Why not do something productive?
We’ve compiled a list of 100 things to do on a long flight to help you survive your trip across the world.
There is one thing we can all agree on when it comes to long flights: They are no fun. Whether you are traveling for work or leisure, there is nothing worse than spending an entire day (or longer!) on a plane and in an airport.
I have collected 100 activities that will help make your time go by faster. Some of them will be helpful if you have to work on the flight, others will help you relax and unwind from the stresses of everyday life, and many will entertain children so they don’t drive you crazy!
I hope this blog helps you on your next long flight!
In the air, boredom is your enemy. Long flights can be a real drag. The time spent waiting to reach your destination can seem like an eternity. Even if you’re lucky enough to travel in first class, with room to spread out and maybe even take a nap, there’s only so much you can do on a plane. Movies and reading can only keep you busy for so long.
Don’t let the hours fly by without making the most of them. There is plenty to do on a long flight, whether you prefer being active or getting some rest. Check out these 100 things to do on a plane so you’ll never be bored again.