Flying in a plane requires a lot of remembering: did I pack everything on my checklist? Am I wearing the right clothes? Did I bring along my passport? The mental checklists are endless, but it’s more important than ever to be prepared. As Terry Suero, senior board member of Safe Travel Pathways, says, “Until the airlines are back to normal with routes and staffing, it is important to plan for the unexpected. Flights will be delayed; airplanes will be in the tarmac for extended periods of time; staffing is limited; people are stressed; flights will be cancelled; etc.” Not to mention getting through security.
20 rules to follow next time you fly
Travelling is stressful as it is, so let’s not add the burden of getting sick from the flight to your itinerary. Avoid these mistakes for a smooth flight.
Flight done right