A “How To” On Surviving Long Flights
Published on November 03, 2010
Embarrassingly enough, I had both my toothpaste and hair gel confiscated by the TSA this weekend because I'm so not used to taking carry-on baggage with me. This has nothing to do with long flights, but I just wanted to share this.
However, my own two cents regarding long-haul flights: choose your seat wisely. If you're a sleeper: get a window seat. If you're a roamer/frequent bathroom use: get an aisle seat. Also, right before you check in, take a look online to see which seats have been sold. You can easily change your seat at the last minute to an empty row to allow you to stretch out for the duration of the flight.