How to combat Jet Lag

Jet lag from long distance flights sometimes make us wish we never left home! It is caused by a mismatch between the time zone you are in, and the time zone your body thinks it’s in, essentially a disruption of the body’s circadian rhythmns. Jet lag affects us all differently, but there...
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Fun Airline Trivia

How many can you get out of 10? Answers below! * 1. Approximately how many passengers and flight attendants are injured each year by items falling from airplane overhead storage compartments? 2. Which plane built by Howard Hughes only flew once but was the largest plane in existence at the time? 3....
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10 Unwritten Rules of Plane Etiquette

The more confined the space, the more aware and considerate we need to be of those around us.  Well, a plane is about as about as close we will get to a large amount of strangers for an extended period of time, so please consider this excellent list the next time you fly: 10 Unwritten Rules of Plane...
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Some of the more entertaining airline safety briefings

Occasionally, airline flight attendants make an effort to make the “in-flight safety lecture” a bit more entertaining. Here are some real examples that have been heard or reported: “As we prepare for takeoff, please make sure your tray tables and seat backs are fully upright in their...
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Tips for staying healthy on your next flight!

Ever get off a flight and start to feel ill almost immediately? Many fliers compain of headache, fatigue, fever or breathing problems. Some of these symptoms may be due to the low barometric pressure, oxygen content and humidity in the air cabin. When combined with jet lag, sleep deprivation, travel...
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