In-flight anxiety can be crippling and debilitating, but it is possible to get over this fear. For some, it can go away quickly; for others, it may take several months of flying experience before they feel confident in air travel. Here are some things you can do to help you ease your anxiety.
Whether you’re going out of the country or exploring your own, it’s always better to be a smart traveller and be an example to others. By planning your trip ahead of time, you’ll be able make decisions and have more options for your convenience. Create a checklist tailored to your trip so that you will have a smoother travel experience.
The phrase ‘Remove Before Flight’ is something that most of us are familiar with, and it can be found on almost every travel gadget, from luggage tags and keyrings to travel socks and gifts for pilots, but there’s much more to it than a fancy slogan, the history of the phrase and how it saves lives.
In a world where technology rules, more and more of us are turning to mobile apps to help us manage our busy lifestyles, but for anyone working within the aviation industry, they are all but essential.
Getting paid to the travel the world has its advantages but crossing multiple time zones on long-haul flights can play havoc with the body’s internal clock. Jet lag is one of the major drawbacks of international travel, but when you travel for a living, it is hard to avoid. Fortunately, there are things you can do limit the effects of jet lag, and it all starts with preparation.