Wear your most comfortable outfit
The most important factor is the outfit you wear on your journey. You want to wear something light and breathable, but also something that is going to keep you warm in case of cold air circulation. There are many different pieces of clothing out there designed specifically for this type of travel such as leggings, or sweatpants.
Bring a good travel pillow, earplugs, and sleep mask
When you travel, you want your journey to be easy as possible. That means making sure you have everything you need to have a good time. So, when you travel, you need to bring a good travel pillow, earplugs, and a sleep mask. A good travel pillow should be light and comfortable. It should support your head well, without your head sinking into it and making you feel like your neck is being squeezed. Similarly, a good earplug should effectively block out noise, so you get a good night’s sleep, uninterrupted by crying babies or late-night ruckus. While you shouldn’t need a sleep mask on a train, you may be surprised how much light comes in from the window on a plane.
Choose your food carefully
Any air travel enthusiast knows that good planning is one of the essential factors for a successful trip. That being said, most of us give little attention to what we eat when we are on a flight. The truth is, our bodies react differently to different foods, depending on genetics and other health factors. And even if you personally are not concerned about your weight, you still need to make sure that you choose your food carefully before and while onboard, otherwise, you can find yourself on a long-haul flight full of embarrassing emergency situations and uncomfortable conditions.
Bring your own entertainment
Bringing your own flight entertainment for a long-haul flight is important to prevent boredom from setting in. You can bring your own laptop and iPad, which are both great devices for entertaining yourself when you’re on a plane with nothing else going on. Download your favorite music, games, audio books, movies, or anything to keep you entertained.
Bring a universal travel adapter
Always bring with you a universal travel adapter, this way wherever you wind up you can still be able to charge your devices. Now that everything is about electronics, this universal travel adapter is also one of your flight essentials. So won’t end up buying or swiping your credit card for a single-use travel adapter in the airport.
Bring an empty water bottle
Remember to bring an empty water bottle with you when you head off to the airport. Otherwise, your dwindling cash will be spent on an overpriced bottle of water in the terminal instead of a nice dinner or souvenir for yourself back home! It is also advisable to drink plenty of water during the flight.
Bring your own snacks, or buy some before boarding
The key to pleasant long-haul travel is a healthy snack. You should try to avoid any of the plane food, as it is usually loaded with fats, preservatives, and other unhealthy ingredients. Bring your own snacks, or buy some before boarding. You will be thankful later on.
Get an aisle seat so you can stretch out
Make sure you’re as comfortable as possible. Request an aisle seat. The aisle is the best spot for stretching out and getting up if you need to use the restroom. In addition, you’ll have more legroom, which means you’ll get to sit in more comfort. But for some chooses to sit by the plane’s wing because many experts claim they experience less turbulence since it is closer to the plane’s center of gravity. Or for others who choose the window seat for a better view and in-the-zone traveling.
Bring your toiletries or sanitizers
One of the most important items in this generation is hand sanitizer. So, make sure to bring them with you because one wrong touch could be your death sentence! In just 60 minutes before landing, indulge yourself at an airport bathroom, and don’t forget those pesky germs on airplanes that can spread from seat-to-seat so wash your hands!