Why has no one ever told us this before?
If you're currently counting down the days until your next out-of-the-country vacation, you might want to rethink your flight excitement.Because according to Metro, passengers are at risk of catching head lice from leaning against airplane seat
According to a flight attendant!
Whenever I travel, which isn't often, my choice of attire always SCREAMS "comfort." I am usually in leggings and a giant, loose shirt-topped with a messy bun. On one occasion, much to my mother's dismay, I came
'What makes it worse… it was at my seat.'
No wonder so many celebrities have joined the Mile High Club-their in-flight experiences are often very different to ours. Not that being seated in economy stopped this lot from getting it on in transit. So here are 13, frankly ludicrous
If only every flight looked like this.
My dream of one day flying first class has been upgraded to a dream of one day flying first class in one of Emirates' new suites.Yeah, you heard me: suites. The new Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 fleet has literal rooms
And it's kinda shady.
Thanks to the traffic in Manila, I get a little anxious whenever I have to fly off somewhere. I try to be there three hours before the flight because of those insane check-in lines, but of course, I end up waiting
Where to find the best service (and the comfiest seats)!
If you want to make sure you only fly with the very best next year, this latest airline ranking is a good place to start.The annual assessment of the world's air carriers has been released by AirlineRatings.com and
According to experts.
There are two camps when it comes to choosing seats on planes: the window seat people and the aisle people. There are no middle seat people. They do not exist.But does the type of seat that you prefer to sit in
It's going to be a looong flight.
The Atat BoarderFor the most part, flights have reserved seats now. It's mind-boggling why people still attempt to board when it's not their turn yet. Plus, the crew checks each ticket, and asks you to step aside when your
Fight those drooping eyelids!
Are you the type of person who dozes off the moment you're comfortably in your plane seat? 'Cause I totally am. After I tuck my carry-on baggage away, I look at the menu (priorities), and then the next thing I
Every second counts.
Anybody who truly knows me is aware of my Coke Light (or Diet Coke) obsession. If I could live my life with an IV bag filled with Coke Light strapped to my body, I would. But, apparently, not everyone is as fond
You don't know what's been on them!
Every day is like a an education session on what we should and shouldn't do on planes. So, because all this information is mounting, we're going to do a quick recap session on the best bits.1. Never take your
Always pack a cardigan.
Whenever you're about to get on a plane, do you wear more than one layer? Or immediately ask a flight attendant for an extra blanket? If you've ever wondered why airplane cabins are always freezing, it turns out, there's
Reminder: Bring wipes.
Someone once described an airplane to me as a "flying germ capsule." I didn't really get it until I noticed that I kept getting sick every time I got off a flight. Yes, my immune system is less-than-stellar, but
According to a flight attendant.
Ever since Gordon Ramsay said that he would never (ever, ever, ever) eat plane food, we've been hesitant to pick up a fork on board a flight."There's no fucking way I eat on planes," he told Refinery29. "I worked
You'll never take your shoes off on a plane again.
Whether you're a frequent or once-every-10-years flier, some aspects of flying are universal. You're probably uncomfortable, possibly dehydrated, and the person next to you is hogging the armrest. But how much do you really know about your
And what to do about it.
As thrilling as traveling can be, especially if you're flying off to your dream destination, spending hours on a plane isn't exactly luxurious. You have to deal with leg cramps, rude passengers, jet lag, and on occasion, clogged ears. I
Meanwhile, you can't feel your legs anymore.
Oh look, Virgin Australia just shared some photos that make it seem like airplane travel isn't always going to be an experience roughly equivalent to, say, a year in one of the seven circles of hell-if you're staff, that
A new study suggests climate change is to blame.
Few things shatter a fragile sense of security as quickly as when an airplane suddenly hits a rough patch of turbulence-and thanks to climate change, it's about to get a whole lot worse.According to a new study published in
No, it's not just because the planes are so old.
I like to think of myself as an inquisitive human being, so it's no surprise that every time I board a plane, I have the same thought: Why on earth do these things still have ashtrays in the toilets when smoking
Better to be safe than sorry and all that.
Flying might well be one of the safest modes of transport going, but that doesn't tend to serve as a comfort to anyone who's remotely scared about the concept of traveling at 36,000 feet in a tin box in
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