I’m on record saying that air travel is an awful experience for the most part and has been for my entire life. I came to this conclusion long before United Airlines’ recent dismaying experience with a passenger who was dragged off a plane by police, sustaining injuries in the process.
As negative as I can be about the miseries of flight, over the years I’ve come up with some hacks that make it bearable.
Here are my top five:
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1. Make a day of it.
Modern air travel is so much faster relative to what most people used to endure — long train, boat, or car rides — that we’ve come to believe that we’ll be whisked from point A to point B with no deleterious effects.
This is foolish. Just because your flight is two hours doesn’t mean that’s all the time you’ll be committing to the journey. You could get stuck in traffic on the way to the airport. You could be delayed at check-in or security. The flight itself could leave late. You could get bumped! You could miss a connection. And on and on.
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Source:: Businessinsider – Life
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