11 Items You Need on Every Flight
It is a rare individual who, when faced with the prospect of being stuck for hours on end in a metal tube hurtling through the air, thinks, “Gosh, this is gonna be fun!” For many of us, long haul flights are a means to an end - a necessary evil. But flying doesn’t have to be completely miserable. There are several products everyone should wear or have in his or her carryon that can smooth over any ride, no matter the length or turbulence.
See the full list by Paula Froelich on Newsweek's website here.
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