Your health. If you are planning your journey, but you are concerned about your health or you suffer from respiratory or heart condition, you should better visit your doctor. You should keep in mind it is good to inform your cabin crew if you suffer from any disease. A few days ago we had a passenger on board who was suffering from epilepsy and didn’t tell us anything. During the flight he swallowed his tongue and was about to die.

Your luggage. Try to travel light. Carrying heavy bags can cause considerable stress you may not be used to. Arriving at your sit exhausted is not a good start to your journey. In your hand luggage, carry only essential items which you will genuinely need during the flight…and maybe after that. Always bring with yourself a tooth brush, spare clothes in case your luggage gets lost.

Your check in deadline. Arrive early at the airport. Give yourself plenty of time to check in, shop and board. Check-in times vary from airport to airport and from destination to destination. Inform yourself well in advance to avoid delays and cancellations.

For the whole article check out here: https://crewlifechronicles.com/2016/07/21/your-comfort-and-safety-in-the-air/

Published by Monika Kachamanova