Make That Long Flight Comfy

Going on long flights is perhaps the most daunting especially to those who are used to be on the go. But long flights are not too bad at all. All you need to do is to be prepared for the flight. Leave all those worries about work at home. For sure your colleague may have already reached out to for dedicated servers from Europe, something you haven’t done for a client.

Think of this flight as something you have to do, a key to your next travel and recreation, a key to cross out an important task in your bucket list. So how to be comfy on flights to bring you halfway across the world? Here are 5 simple tricks to help you keep up with the long tormenting hours.

These days there are direct flights halfway around the world, which is great but it means flights are longer than ever. So here are the tips on how to survive a flight, and maybe enjoy it .

How To Survive Long Flights


  • Take that essential rest before the long flight ahead
    Improve your travel experience by getting the needed rest before your long travel. You will need all the rest you get the day before the flight.
  • Get a good seat whenever possible.
    Not everyone can afford the business class, but you if given the chance to book earlier, get a seat next to the emergency exit. If you are not able to book earlier, you can always gently ask the agent for a good seat.
  • When on board, make sure you are comfortable
    Make a mental note of everything you will need during a long flight like headphones, water bottle, or perhaps a book or magazine. Take everything you need from your bag before you place it in the compartment area. Get yourself more comfortable – you may take off your shoes. It works when your feet are well relaxed during long hours of flight.
  • Make sure you are properly dressed
    Dress warm. Some airplanes can get really cold and when dressed prepared, you need not worry for the attendant missing out on giving a blanket.
  • Eat right and drink right
    Long flights include meals in the package. Feed yourself, you will need the energy. Make sure you drink lots of water during the flight too.