It’s that time of the year again, when most people are looking to book their next flight. For many this can be a daunting experience. Will I get a good seat? Will I have enough leg room? Will my wife sit next to me? These are just some of the questions that go through my mind.
I am here today, to hopefully ease those concerns and make your booking experience a more pleasant one, by sharing seven tips and tricks that I have discovered along the way.
1. Fly with a low-cost airline
Low-cost airlines are becoming increasingly popular around the world, as passengers look for cheaper flights – especially for domestic travel. While you may not always get all the bells and whistles that you would expect from a full-service airline, low-cost carriers do offer some advantages over their competitors:
Lower ticket prices
More frequent flights
Easier rebooking policies
Improved turnaround times (i.e., quicker boarding)
When it comes to flying, you need to make sure that you do everything in your power in order to make the experience as comfortable and as stress-free as possible. Here are seven tips and tricks for making your flight experience a whole lot better.
1. Start thinking about your flight well in advance
If you are flying from London Gatwick to Thailand, then you will want to make sure that you book everything well in advance. You need to start looking at flights several months before the date of departure so that you can get the best price. You also want to think about how long the flight is going to take. There are some great online tools for finding out how long it will take for you to get from one airport to another. If you are going on holiday, then you should try and find a flight that arrives in the evening or at night time so that you can more easily overcome jet lag.
2. Make sure that your seat is comfortable
You can often choose your seat on the plane before you go on holiday and this is something that you definitely want to pay attention to. Make sure that you choose a window seat if you want to get some rest during the flight. If you have a fear of flying, then it might be worth
Flying is one of the best ways to travel over long distances. However, flights can be quite boring and uncomfortable.
Also, if you are traveling with your family or friends, then it’s that much more important to make sure that your flight experience is comfortable.
Thankfully, there are some great tips and tricks that you can follow in order to make your flight experience better.
Book a Flight With a Good Airline
The first thing you need to do is book a flight with a good airline. You can look up reviews online in order to find a good airline in your area. A lot of airlines also have services for extra legroom, which can be helpful for tall people!
Get a Good Seat on the Plane
Once you have booked your flight and paid for it, the next step is getting a good seat on the plane. Some airlines let you choose any seat of your choice when booking your flight, while others charge extra for this service.
When looking for a seat on the plane, try finding one near the window so that you have something to lean on and sleep comfortably during long flights. In addition, try looking for an aisle seat if you want easy access to the bathroom or feel claustrophobic sitting inside an airplane during long
I recently got back from a weeklong trip to India, and before I left I was doing a lot of research on how to make my flight experience more bearable. I’m pretty good at flying but there are some things that are just out of your control. Like the people you’re sitting next to.
I thought it would be useful to share with you some of my findings and hopefully they’ll help you on your next adventure!
1. BOOK A GOOD SEAT
This might seem obvious but it’s important to mention because not all seats are created equal. If you’re lucky enough to be traveling with someone else, you can request seats together and make sure you get away from that screaming child at the back of the plane. While we’re talking about kids, it’s also a good idea to avoid sitting too close to them… just in case.
It’s also worth looking for exit row seats where possible as these have much more legroom than normal seats, but if you do choose one of these seats make sure you understand what is expected when it comes to opening the door in an emergency! Some airlines will deny boarding if you do not meet their requirements so always read the fine print before choosing this option.
2. WEAR COMFORTABLE CL
Flying can be a stressful experience. The last thing you want to do is go through this alone. So here are seven ways to make your next flight more tolerable:
1. Make sure you arrive early and have enough time to check in and get through security.
2. Pack a snack such as peanuts or almonds, just in case the airline doesn’t serve food.
3. Always bring your own headphones, because who knows what kind of earphones the flight attendants will give out?
4. Charge your phone before boarding so that way you don’t have to run through the airport looking for an outlet (and then get lost).
5. Bring a book or magazine for entertainment during your flight — not only will it help pass the time, but it will also distract you from thinking about how high up in the air you are!
6. Always check the weather forecast before leaving home so there won’t be any surprises when landing at destination(s)
7. Finally, remember that if anything goes wrong or doesn’t go according to plan, there are still people at the airport waiting for their flights — so don’t worry too much about any mishaps 🙂
Air travel is not the most comfortable and relaxing way to spend your time, but there are things you can do to make it more bearable.
I’ve spent a lot of time in airports and on planes over the last few years and I have a few tips and tricks that will help you.
1) Always listen to the flight attendant when they give their safety instructions. You never know when there might be an emergency, so knowing what to do could save your life. **Risk: ** death, injury, lawsuits.
2) Pack a small bag of snacks for the plane just in case the airline runs out of food. They often don’t have enough for everyone because they didn’t order enough or they don’t have time to serve everyone. **Risk: ** hunger
3) Always bring your own entertainment so you have something to do during your flight. The airline may not have any movies or games you want to watch or play so bring your own device and entertainment just in case. **Risk: ** boredom
4) If you’re traveling with kids, keep them busy too by bringing some toys or games for them as well! It will save you a lot of headaches later on when they get bored and start bothering other passengers on board who
When you book your flight online, a lot of people don’t realize that the flight results are actually in order of price. What that means for you is that if you’re on a budget and want to save some money, you can use the sort function. Simply click on “Price” to see all of your options, cheapest first.
With most airlines, you’ll have the option to pay for your seat selection during the booking process. If this is an option with your airline and it’s important to you to have an aisle or window seat, then consider paying for the selection. But if you’re not picky about sitting in a middle seat during your flight, then wait until 24 hours before your flight time when more seats generally become available at no charge.
If you can’t get an aisle or window seat free 24 hours before your flight, another trick is to check-in as soon as possible after online check-in opens up (24 hours prior). When I once did this, I found 6 seats all together throughout the entire plane, which meant my friends and I were able to sit together without paying extra!
If you’re bringing carry-on luggage only or just one checked bag, it pays off to weigh your luggage before leaving for