Your Guide to the Sky: Part 3

Onboard Zen Before you’ll have left for the airport, pack the following in your carryon or a small drawstring bag (which can count as your other personal item): A nice, thick eyemask Your trusty travel pillow Noise-cancelling headphones (or noticeable earbuds) A small iPod/mp3 player A soft blanket Compression socks Books, cards, games, a tablet with movies, anything to keep you occupied in the event … Continue reading Your Guide to the Sky: Part 3

Your Guide to the Sky: Part 1

“Enjoy” and “Flight” are two words you’ll scarcely find together in a sentence these days. But it wasn’t always like that. In the golden age of travel (the 1940s-70s), plane rides were always glamorous, exciting occurrences. But today, the romance has been maligned into tiny cramped seats, rude passengers, inedible food, long lines, and a whole lot of hassle. This once enchanting experience has turned into something that basically everybody … Continue reading Your Guide to the Sky: Part 1