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7 Air Travel Tips to Know Before Your Flight

Many people who travel by airplanes don’t know about all of their peculiarities. These 7 amazing and simple tips will make you feel better and more comfortable during your flight.

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The seats by the window are colder 0:21
Avoid drinking coffee or tea 0:49
Tables and seat pockets are the dirtiest places on the plane 1:12
Morning is the best time for a flight 1:44
The service is better in the final rows 2:06
Don’t inflate your neck cushion to full volume 2:33
Always go with a special menu 2:49

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- The temperature outside the cabin can fall to as low as −140°F to −149°С, which cools down the temperature of the plane’s fuselage. You can feel this external cold above all in the seats by the windows, especially during summer when you wear light clothing.
- Keep in mind: the drinking water used to prepare hot beverages onboard can contain malignant bacteria such as E. coli and Staphylococcus aureus. Specialists who have tested the water on various airlines have reached this conclusion on more than one occasion.
- Pockets on the seat back in front of you are sometimes full of trash accumulated during flights. Yep, they aren’t cleaned as thoroughly as you would expect. When it comes to the tray tables, it’s even worse!
- Later flights are usually delayed because of the ‘ripple’ effects of delays throughout the day. Moreover, if you have a fear of flying, specialists claim that a degree of turbulence is reduced in the morning.
- If you sit in the first rows, you will be the first to leave the plane at the end of the flight as well as get a choice of meal. On the other hand, if you pick a seat closer to the back of the cabin, you’ll more attentive service from the cabin crew!
- When you take a blow-up pillow onto the plane, don’t forget about the laws of physics! If you fill it with air completely, it might burst due to the changes in pressure in the cabin!
- Airlines offer a choice of different in-flight meals such as vegetarian, seafood, halal, kosher, and many others. Even if you have no particular preference, many travelers recommend going for one of the specialist meal choices.

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20 Things Flight Attendants Can't Do at Any Price

There’s something romantic about being a flight attendant. They’re very polite, good-looking, and smile a lot. Plus, having to travel a lot for work seems like a dream! But becoming a flight attendant with the best airlines in the world is harder than entering the most prestigious universities in the world. There may be up to 200 candidates for one spot and less than 1% of the applicants will complete the job interview with success.

Did you know that there are things flight attendants aren't allowed to do? They can’t have teeth braces, use earplugs, dye their hair purple, drink coffee, slouch, or chew gum. Also, tongue and nose piercings are obviously a no go. They can't slouch, and at some companies even put their hands in the pockets or cross their arms with their uniform on. And their smile must be impeccable!

#aviation #career #brightside

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They can't wear heavy perfumes 0:23
... and use earplugs 1:01
There are height restrictions 1:24
They aren't allowed to sleep 2:37
Female crew members can’t go bare-faced 2:51
Male crew members restrict beard 3:50
They can't slouch 4:46
No free flights for friends 5:59
They won’t help you out 7:19

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10 Things You Should NEVER Do On An Airplane

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10 CRAZIEST Things People Have Done On Planes

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Do you know the airplane etiquette you should follow to never get yourself kicked off a plane? If you’re not respectful enough, you might just end up on a passenger shaming website! From getting too drunk, playing loud music, being rude to the cabin crew, picking a fight, ignoring the safety rules and more, these are 10 things you should never do an airplane.

Many people tend to have a glass or two to calm down their nerves when flying. But do you know your drinking limit? Before you decide to drink, make sure your body can handle the turbulences!

We all play music for entertainment, especially during airplane flights. But sometimes, playing loud music can cause major disturbances to the people around you. And not to mention it can completely ruin your hearing!

You can easily get yourself in trouble on a flight by picking a fight or being rude to cabin crew. Don’t forget that you’re in a small space with often more than 100 people. Be respectful to everyone, including flight attendants.

And last but not least, you should never ignore airplane safety rules. Do you know what to do when you hear “brace, brace”? Or what you’re supposed to do if you sit in the exit row? Pay close attention to the rules to make sure your flight is as safe as possible.

Have you ever seen people getting too drunk, playing loud music, being rude to cabin crew, picking a fight or ignoring safety rules on an airplane? Wait until you see five more things you should never do on an airplane!

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12 Strange Things in South Korea That Surprise an Inexperienced Traveler

Before going to an unfamiliar country, you need to know about its culture. Especially if you are going to Asia where the society still follows certain traditions and has a hierarchical structure. One of these traditional countries is South Korea with its frightening characteristics and unusual taboos.

So before you fill your belly with kimchi and then hit up a BTS concert, you’ll need to get acquainted with some South Korean “no-no’s” first. Here's the list of bizarre cultural faux pas and downright illegal bans of South Korea so that you won’t spoil your trip to the land of morning freshness.

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TIMESTAMPS:
Don’t tip at restaurants 0:29
Don’t play with chopsticks 0:54
Don’t leave food on your plate 1:24
Stay away from the number 4 2:08
Don’t give gifts to your teacher 3:08
Don’t let your tattoos show 3:59
Don’t wear plunging necklines 4:41
Don’t make too much eye contact 5:31
Be careful when taking photos in public 6:17
Don’t get into arguments, especially with elders 7:00
Don’t blow your nose in public 8:02
Toilet talk isn’t taboo 8:41

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SUMMARY:
- Restaurant and café employees get paid really well, so tipping is seen as an incredibly rude gesture and a jab at their dignity.
- Holding the sticks vertically and sticking them vertically into rice are associated with death in South Korea because it resembles the incense sticks stuck in the sand at funerals.
- When visiting someone’s home in South Korea, it’s impolite to refuse refreshments and even more offensive if you don’t finish what’s been served.
- You might feel uneasy about the number 13, but a lot of countries in East Asia have the same attitude, only with the number 4.
- The age-old tradition of giving gifts to teachers for Teachers Day on May 15 was made illegal in South Korea back in September of 2016. The law prohibits teachers from receiving gifts from students or their parents.
- Many East Asian countries don’t like tattoos, and they’ve even managed to encode this into their laws. In South Korea, it’s illegal for tattoo artists to practice their work, and only licensed medical doctors are legally allowed to ink people.
- A lot of women there will stick to high necklines or wear layers under low-cut tops just to err on the side of caution. However, the attitude towards miniskirts is drastically different!
- It’s important to avoid looking directly into someone’s eyes if they’re older than you or they have a higher position (like your boss).
- If you’re out and about in the streets of Seoul (or anywhere in the country for that matter), never take photographs with strangers in the frame. It might land you a fine or a night spent at the police station.
- You might well be a rocket scientist, but in South Korea, you have to listen to your elders, especially if they’re rocket scientists, too. No, just kidding about that last part.
- You know it’s polite to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, but take extra precaution when it comes to blowing your nose in Korea.
- Now, this might come as a surprise given all the other things on this list, but talking about your #1 and #2 is totally normal in Korea! And I’m not just talking about between family, friends, or partners – even colleagues will go into great detail about their bodily functions!

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7 Things You Should Never Do On An Airplane

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Whether you're an avid traveler or only take flights out of occasional necessity, there are certain things that every airline passenger needs to know. You can study the TSA website from top to bottom and actually tune in for the steward's take-off instructions to prepare for your high-altitude journey. But those guidelines probably don't tell you the nitty gritty about what you should avoid during air travel. Luckily, we've pulled together some expert advice to help you steer clear of germs, discomfort, and inadvertent rudeness on your next airplane trip. Here are seven things you should never do on an airplane…

Don't rub your nose | 0:35
Avoid the aisle seat | 1:24
Steer clear of the bathroom | 1:55
Don't go barefoot | 2:35
Don't sprawl out | 3:21
Don't fight with the flight crew | 4:06
Don't ask to put your seat back | 4:49

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14 Sleep Mistakes You Didn't Know You Made

Picture this: you're exhausted after a long working day, and the only thing you can dream about is throwing yourself on the bed and blacking out. Not gonna happen! Instead, you're tossing and turning, trying to find the most comfortable position. Your mind gets plagued with endless thoughts, and even though you're worn out, sleep keeps eluding you! How come? The reason might be very simple - your seemingly innocent bedtime habits!

Sleep is extremely important for your body. It helps to restore energy, boosts your immune system, fends off depression, and decreases the risk of stroke and heart disease. Lack of proper sleep leads to daytime sleepiness, inability to concentrate, irritation, stress, and even high blood pressure! And if your insomnia drags on, you can get physically or mentally ill! So, try to avoid doing the things mentioned in this video before going to bed, and you'll feel way more rested and energetic in the morning and during the next day!

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TIMESTAMPS:
Drinking Water 0:38
Bright Alarm Clock 1:10
Eating Heavily Before Sleep 1:40
Exercising 2:39
Playing with Gadgets 3:11
Napping 3:54
Uncomfortable Mattress 4:27
Using Sleep Aids 4:59
Reading Books 5:37
Not Having a Sleep Routine 6:18
Wrong Sleeping Position 6:56
Thinking About Work 7:29
Getting Cold 7:58
Drinking Coffee 8:40

#insomnia #sleepproblems #brightside

SUMMARY:
- Stop watering your body one hour before you hit the sack. Otherwise, you'll be bound to make one, or even a couple, of trips to the bathroom, which will rudely interrupt your sleep.
- Avoid gimmicky alarm clocks that shine bright like a diamond in the sky. To wake you up, an alarm clock needs to be loud, not bright.
- It's a bad idea to eat right before going to bed, even if your dinner is light. Your body will still struggle to digest whatever you've fed it. Try not to eat anything 2 to 3 hours before bedtime.
- Any rigorous physical activity late at night will negatively affect your sleep. Try to exercise at least 4 hours before going to bed.
- Napping is an entirely normal, and often healthy, routine. But if your naps are regular and last longer than half an hour, they can mess up your sleep at night.
- By buying a good, high-quality mattress, you literally invest in your bright (and healthy) future.
- Thousands of people deal with stress and insomnia with the help of over-the-counter sleep aids. But it's not the best idea. Your body will most likely develop a tolerance to sleep medications; and pretty soon, they won't have any effect on you.
- If the book you're reading is interesting, it's next to impossible to put it aside. You're more likely to keep reading until you finish it at the expense of healthy rest.
- When it comes to sleep, it's crucial to have a routine and, even more importantly, stick to it.
- You might be waking up with a sore back, red eyes, and a painful neck just because you haven't found the proper sleeping position yet!
- The majority of people can't avoid thinking about work-related problems, to-do lists, and bills to pay before falling asleep. Unfortunately, these thoughts usually cause anxiety, which makes the quality of sleep way worse.
- If your feet tend to get cold at nighttime, remember to put on a pair of warm socks before going to bed.
- Do NOT drink coffee after 7 PM. I agree, it may sound a bit too obvious, but then you tell yourself that one tiny cup of espresso won't hurt, and there it goes...








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11 Strange Traditions Pilots Can Explain

Ever seen an airplane going through an arch of water between two fire trucks at the airport? I’d assume the aircraft is just getting a nice cleaning. But wait, why would they use firetrucks to wash an airplane? The short answer is, they don’t!

Sometimes, on very special occasions, a usually even number of firetrucks equipped with water cannons line up at the airport to greet an airplane that just landed. This “water salute” is quite a beautiful display. Let’s find out why it’s organized every now and then.

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The history of the tradition 0:45
On what occasions do they do it 1:32
Who organizes it 2:30
Other aviation traditions: cutting the shirttail after the first solo flight 3:29
Grabbing a “$100 hamburger” 4:26
Pancake breakfast fly-ins 5:10
Pre-flight rituals 5:35
No pictures outside of the plane before the flight 6:13
Never pointing at the sky before take-off 6:52
Touching the nose of the plane 7:34
Rubbing the seatbelt light before turning it on 8:03

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SUMMARY:
-Many years ago, ocean liners setting off on their first trip overseas would get showered with water cannons from fireboats and tugs.
-Water salutes are arranged to say good-bye to retiring pilots, to celebrate a new destination in the route network, to welcome a new airline to a certain airport, and to greet a plane carrying the winning national team during major sporting events like the Olympics.
-To organize a water salute, the rescue department works together with air traffic control, which gives them the exact landing time and taxiway for the flight.
-After the first solo flight, the new pilot taxies to the ramp, where their instructor is waiting to cut the tail out of their shirt.
-In pilot slang, a “hundred-dollar hamburger” means an excuse to fly somewhere for the thrill of it.
-Pilots get together at fly-ins to discuss their air adventures, fly around together, and compete in spot landing.
-Personal rituals might include listening to the same music or having the same meal. Comfort food works the same for pilots as it does for the rest of us.
-Many pilots would rather give the journalist their cap and let them take their seat for a picture than actually be in that picture themselves before the flight.
-Many pilots never point at the sky before going up since they believe it can bring bad weather.
-Not only pilots but also passengers touch the plane’s nose as a little “thank you” or “please get us there safely” ritual.
-Before they turn on the Fasten Seatbelts sign, pilots secretly rub it a little in hopes that the turbulence will pass and there will be no need to push the button.

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11 Things You Should Avoid Doing on the Plane

When you board an airplane, you expect a pleasant flight with as much comfort as you could get. But your comfort — and safety too, for that matter, — heavily depends on your friendly flight attendants.
Of course, they won’t say anything, but there are things they frown upon — and one that they just loathe. But I’m getting ahead of myself. So, if you really want a nice journey, you should keep in mind not to do those things that earn you the wrath of the flight attendants.

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TIMESTAMPS
Going to the airplane bathroom while boarding 0:34
Taking too much carry-on 1:23
Bringing sources of strong smells 2:24
Leaving your headphones on 4:03
Asking to switch seats 4:41
Getting up while the “Fasten your seatbelts” sign is on 5:19
Constantly pressing the call button 6:01
Asking about the menu 6:42
Not giving your trash to the flight attendants 7:15
Not listening to the safety presentation 8:17
Touching flight attendants to get their attention 9:00

#flightattendants #planerules #brightside

SUMMARY
- When there’s a line of passengers waiting to use the bathroom while everyone else is looking for their seats, delays are guaranteed.
- So when you take too much carry-on with you, two unpleasant things happen at once: one, you make other people wait while you put all your stuff up there, and two, those people who’ve been waiting for you can’t put their own bags into the bins because you’ve hogged them.
- Even pleasant smells can get on your nerves when there’s just too much of them. That perfumed piece of handmade soap you carry on with you has a wonderful aroma, but only for the first few minutes.
- When a flight attendant approaches you to ask a question, it’s polite to take off your headphones and pay them your full attention.
- Flight attendants confess that one of the most frustrating things is when passengers start trying to persuade them to change their seat assignments. The thing is, they simply can’t do that.
- When taking off, taxiing, and landing, as well as during turbulence, you should stay seated and fasten your belt in case anything happens.
- If you insistently press the call button for no good reason, chances are you’ll be asked to stop doing that — or even ignored completely.
- When you ask a flight attendant what they have, you make other passengers wait longer and get edgy — consider this when you take your time ordering your food and drinks.
- One of the downsides of working as a flight attendant is that you only get paid for the hours of actual flight. All the work you do while on land is free.
- Safety presentations are really similar on most airlines, but it’s still worth it to refresh them in your memory before the flight.
- It’s absolutely not fine to poke or grab a flight attendant for any reason, just like any other person. Some attendants say, though, that there are people who find it okay to touch them by the knee or ankle when they pass by.

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11 Secrets Flight Attendants Will Never Tell You

It’s hard to surprise an experienced traveler, but there are still some things you’ve probably never thought of. Did you know that anyone can open a locked lavatory door from outside while you’re inside?! Sound uncomfortable, right? Here're several secrets that are only known to employees and the most curious passengers.

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Hooks on the wings 0:57

An ax in the cockpit 1:25

The black triangle 1:51

An auxiliary power unit 2:20

Air Marshal Service 2:47

Crew rest compartments 3:09

Handles by the emergency doors 3:30

Air conditioning system 3:47

A Cooper vane 4:15

A hole in the windows 4:45

Unlock the lavatory door 5:12


SUMMARY:
- In most planes, to use an emergency exit slide, passengers have to step onto a smooth and slippery wing. To make this easier, a special hook was designed.
- According to many countries’ laws (such as the USA), an ax is a piece of emergency equipment and must be stored in the cockpit.
- You probably noticed those small black triangles on board some airplanes. As an Airbus A320 captain says, they mark the places where the wings can be best seen from.
- When boarding the plane, we always hear a noise even though the engines aren’t working yet. It is caused by an APU that provides power for the systems while the engines are out.
- Air Marshals fly incognito and can quiet down a troublemaker or even disarm a terrorist.
- Some airplanes have small hidden rooms for the cabin crew where they can relax during lengthy flights.
- Handles by the emergency doors are made first and foremost for the flight attendants to hold in case of panic on board, so they aren’t pushed off the plane by passengers rushing to the exits.
- Have you ever wondered where the air we breathe on board comes from? It’s being bled from a compressor stage of each engine turbine.
- Airplane windows have three pieces of glass: the outer one keeps the pressure at bay, the inner one deals with damage from inside, and the middle one, in which the hole is made, regulates the airflow.
- If your child accidentally locks themselves in the airplane bathroom, to unlock the door from the outside, lift the LAVATORY sign and slide the knob into the unlocked position.

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11 Things About Landing Pilots Want You to Know

Landing is really rough sometimes. Also, everybody knows that the most critical times are landing and taking off. If you wanna ease or get rid of this fear, you should know how exactly a plane lands.

Why is landing often bumpy? (In fact, a rough landing has its benefits.) Why do pilots make a circle around the city before landing? Can an airplane land in strong crosswinds? These are just some of the most common questions about one of the most “interesting” parts of the flight. Let’s get them answered!

TIMESTAMPS:
Why do planes point up even when they’re flying down? 0:20
Why do pilots dim cabin lights during landing? 0:56
Do runway light patterns have a meaning? 1:26
Why do pilots sometimes dump fuel before landing? 2:00
Do planes really talk to pilots just before landing? 2:33
What do pilots call “the ground effect”? 3:06
Why is landing often bumpy? 3:41
Why is descent so long compared to takeoff? 4:16
Why do planes make a circle around the city before landing? 4:53
Why do they land sideways in strong crosswinds? 5:30
How do planes land in zero visibility? 6:53

#landing #planes #brightside

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11 Important Details Pilots Notice While Flying As Passengers

Hey, why’s the plane shaking?! Relax, it’s just an air pocket! You’re lucky — there’s a pilot next to you, flying as a passenger. They know much more about flights than you do, so a bit of turbulence won’t make them move a muscle. But if they start worrying about ice on the windows or sniffing the air for some reason, well, that’s when you should pay attention!

The thing is that no doors can prevent odors from traveling around. Some smells, such as superheated bleed air, fuel, or hydraulic fluid, are easily recognizable for a professional. And pilots know all too well that such scents can hint that there are some problems with the fuel-storage systems or the engine.

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TIMESTAMPS:
The Angle of Light 0:27
Weird Smells 1:07
Landing Routine 1:49
The Nearest Exit Location 2:27
Icing 3:11
In-Flight Announcements 3:57
Delay Messages 5:17
The Number of Other Passengers and Their Distribution 6:00
Ding Sounds 6:39
The Dirtiest Places on the Plane 7:23
Bathroom Location 8:01

SUMMARY:
- If the flight is during the day, an experienced pilot always pays attention to the angle between the plane window and the light coming through. They know that any difference in this angle means that the aircraft has suddenly changed direction.
- When a pilot is flying a plane, they can understand that everything's going as it should just by listening to the sounds the plane's making. A bizarre, unfamiliar sound is an obvious sign that something's gone wrong.
- When a plane is about to descend below 10,000 ft, the cockpit crew levels the plane. The pilot in a passenger seat can't but imagine this procedure and go through the checklist as well.
- Most frequent flyers don't pay attention to the safety information presented by flight attendants, including the location of emergency exits. Pilots fly way more than any regular traveler, but they always check where those exits are.
- Some passengers get paralyzed with fear at the first signs of turbulence, but pilots don't care about some bumpy road: turbulence is unlikely to cause an accident.
- When a pilot hears the cockpit crew announcing, We're now flying through an air pocket, they immediately realize that the plane is about to be jostled up and down due to some turbulence.
- Pilots are well aware of how important the passengers' combined weight and their distribution are for the plane's balance.
- The sounds you hear in the cabin during the flight have their own meaning. Flight attendants know each ding's interpretation by heart.
- Flight attendants know that you should be particularly careful with headrests, seat pockets, tray tables, and seat belts! Experiments showed that one-third of all seat belts had yeast and mold on them.
- Unlike the average passenger, flight attendants always know where the nearest bathroom is.

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This Is What You Should Never Do On An Airplane

Never do these 21 things when on an airplane. This is according to Flight attendants and will be useful to know before your next flight.

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Wondering what a day in the life of a flight attendant on certain airlines is like, or what it’s like for a stewardess to serve people on first class? Well, traveling the world on the company’s dime may be the biggest draw for working as an air hostess, but there are a number of other benefits that make a career above the clouds an attractive one. From flexible work schedules to generous family discounts to traveling the world, it’s no surprise that many people flock at the chance to become part of a cabin crew. However, just like any job, there are grievances that can plague the profession, and sometimes it’s the passengers who are at fault.

Anyone who has worked in a customer service role knows that people can be unruly and the taxing nature of traveling can truly bring out the worst of them. We contacted a few flight attendants to find out what passengers regularly do that make their job a nightmare in the sky.


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12 Mistakes All of Us Keep Making Before Flight

For quite a few people, flying can be a stressful experience. Even folks who’ve been doing it for years will tell you that. Not only do you need to be a savvy passenger that organizes everything in advance, but you also need to be prepared for the unexpected. Some people even follow a strict schedule in order to be one step ahead.

However, this method isn’t always enough. There are certain things we tend to forget. For example, are you aware of the things you should never do before flying? For those of you who have no clue what this is about, here are some of the mistakes that you might not even know you’re making at the airport.

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TIMESTAMPS:
Putting your documents in a small bag 0:42
Not checking-in online 1:24
Paying for over-weight luggage 2:18
Not looking up the seat plan 3:13
Wrapping your suitcase 3:43
Going to the first security check-points 4:23
Keeping liquids in their carry-on
Relaxing after going through security 6:06
Trying unusual dishes 6:38
Forgetting about turbulence 7:34
Ditching the anti-bacterial wipes 8:34
Not thinking about jet lag 8:56

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SUMMARY:
- If you lose your backpack at the airport, you have a good chance of finding it because it’s large. A smaller bag will be more difficult to spot, and if an opportunistic thief spots it, it’ll be easy for them to hide.
- With the online check-in options, you somehow guarantee your arrival at the airport for your flight. So, the sooner you do it, the better.
- You can always weigh your luggage at home, or you can restrict yourself from packing some necessities that are already available at the airport.
- Right before your long-awaited journey, make sure you check some websites that show you the secret. For example, which seats have more leg room.
- It’s better to invest in a good quality lock for security, or try a reusable cover that can keep your luggage nice and clean.
- Many people automatically go to the first check-points that tend to be overcrowded. The main reason is that the last checkpoints don’t have a queue, and passengers assume that they’re closed.
- Next time you travel, make sure you double check the amount of liquids you’re taking, and place them in a transparent pack to speed-up the process.
- When trying a new cuisine or new food, you don’t know how your stomach will react to it, and doing that right before a flight is a huge no-no.
- The best time for turbulence sensitive passengers to fly is during the winter, in the morning or late at night. And if you’re wondering why turbulence has the luxury to pick it’s time to shine, let’s get into some sciency stuff.
- The airport is one of the most infectious places you can be in. So, having some anti-bacterial wipes and sanitizer to protect yourself is literally life-saving.
- 93% of flyers experience jet lag. So, the best way to avoid this is by adjusting your watch, and maybe the time on your phone, to the time of your destination.

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10 Things You Should Never Do On An Airplane

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3 Surprising Things About Jet Lag Pilots Don't Share

Jet lag happens when you cross several time zones while traveling from west to east or vice versa. It's hard for your body to align its internal clock to a new time zone – that's why you experience all kinds of annoying symptoms, from headaches to a loss of appetite. Your meal and sleep schedules are all messed up, you feel lively at night and groggy during the day...

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What You Should Do On-Board Depending on Your Plane Seat

Airplane etiquette is a tricky and shadowy sphere, full of pitfalls and confusion. But once you grasp its main do's and don'ts - like how you should behave depending on your seat or how you should treat your seatmates - air travel will immediately become as easy as pie! So, wanna be a polite passenger? There are a few basic rules.

For example, one of the biggest no-no’s of air travel is bare feet. Have you ever seen someone going barefoot on an airplane? It's cringy and disgusting but even if we omit the topic of unpleasant odors, the airplane floor is extremely filthy! There's likely to be a lot of dirt left after previous passengers. So if your feet need some freedom, take off your shoes but at least leave your socks on. Or bring a pair of light slippers.

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Do not ask strangers to look after your belongings 1:03
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Do not grab seatbacks on your way to the lavatory 2:40
No bare feet on a plane! 3:22
Always try to store your bag over your seat 4:23
How airplane etiquette differs depending on your seat 5:02
Keep your conversations short 7:16
Do not crowd the baggage claim belt 8:03

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Things to do on a Plane (19 Ideas)

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Don't Sleep When Planes Take Off or Land, Here's the Answer

Traveling by air can be pretty exhausting, so no wonder a lot of people choose to sleep through it. And while doing so is simply inevitable if you have a long-haul flight, you can actually put your health at risk if you doze off during take-off or landing.

There are also a lot of other things can make your trip on a plane less safe and less comfortable. For example, taking your shoes off, not asking a flight attendant before switching seats, using the blankets, and even wearing your contact lenses!

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Ignoring the safety instructions 1:26
Taking your shoes off 1:48
Not asking a flight attendant before switching seats 2:16
Wearing your contact lenses 2:41
Eating the food that touched the tray table 3:01
Forgetting to drink water 3:25
Using the blankets 3:54
Turning off the air vent over your seat 4:16
Not getting up from your seat 4:43
Flushing the button in the lavatory with your bare hand 5:05
Wearing shorts 5:28
Neglecting your skincare 5:48
Drinking fizzy drinks 6:10
Keeping a heavy carry-on in the overhead compartment 6:29
Not fastening your seatbelt when the sign is on 6:58
Running to the exit 7:29

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- When a plane is taking off or landing, there's a rapid change in air pressure inside the cabin. Your ears become blocked, and every sound you hear is muffled.
- In the worst-case scenario, you might even get an ear infection, a nosebleed, or face hearing loss.
- Don't put on headphones or talk to your companions while a flight attendant explains everything.
- Just spare your fellow travelers from sniffing your socks and hope they'll do the same for you.
- If you move a few rows it won't cause any trouble on a large airplane. But doing so on a regional plane can throw off an airplane’s center of gravity, which is especially critical during take-off.
- Choose glasses during flying, especially for long haul flights. The air in the cabin is much drier than on the ground, and it can irritate your eyes.
- Experts claim that tray tables have 8 times more bacteria than the lavatory flush buttons.
- Many airlines provide their passengers with blankets and pillows on demand. But they're not washed often enough either.
- Wearing shorts is a bad idea. Yes, germs are all around the seats and they're rarely deep-cleaned.
- If you fly in the daytime, don’t forget to apply your cream with SPF. You’re much closer to the sun on a plane so just being inside a cabin or not sitting near a window won’t save you from the rays.
- You must stay in your seat with the seatbelt fastened during taking off, taxiing, landing, and during turbulence.
- When the plane has landed, stay in your seat. No need to rush to the opened door, pushing others out of your way.

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11 Parenting Mistakes That Ruin a Child’s Growth

All parents have their own – unique – way of bringing up their kids. Many of them work in order to be able to buy new toys for them, others are strict because they want their children to be disciplined and goal-oriented, others give their children a choice and teach them to make decisions on their own. Every family has its own ways of upbringing, but there is one thing that all parents have in common: when they look back, they all want to fix some of the mistakes they made in the past.

The first years of a child’s life are a magical time that you should enjoy. Because in the future, you might regret some lost opportunities. So, take a look at the things that many parents regret in order to avoid repeating the same mistakes.

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They didn’t play enough creative games 1:55
They didn’t take enough photos and videos 2:39
They didn’t take their child’s opinion into account 3:23
They didn’t enjoy communicating with their child 4:18
They didn’t educate them about money 4:57
They didn’t make their child happy enough 5:50
They didn’t hug their children often enough 6:35
They weren’t consistent 7:20
They often followed someone else’s advice 8:13

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- Reprimanding a child for something they did wrong is totally normal. But sometimes parents go overboard and it turns into nitpicking.
- Even if you think you have a good reason to miss your child's school play, do your best to be present. Find time to visit grandma, go to the theatre, decorate your house for the holidays.
- Of course, simply playing creative games with your kids won’t necessarily make them great artists or musicians in the future. But, hey, there’s always a chance. Doing this has a lot of other advantages as well.
- Obviously, not taking photos won’t have any bad impact on your kids’ lives. But it’s the best way to capture amazing moments that you don’t want to forget.
- “You’re too young to decide”, “Adults know better” are probably phrases you heard quite often when you were a kid. But this kind of attitude from parents can have a serious impact on a kid’s future.
- Communication between parents and kids is probably the most important thing in upbringing. So if you don’t put aside enough time for it, one day you’ll wake up and realize that your child has grown up already and is living their own life.
- Without education on personal finance and responsible spending, children don’t understand the real worth of money. And when they grow up, they find it hard to manage their own income.
- Good memories from our childhood are a real treasure for most of us. We like to go back in our mind to that time when we were carefree, and quite often every day was filled with doing something for the first time.
- Hugs are not only a perfect way to show affection, but also scientifically proven to be good for our health, because they help protect against stress.
- Kids get confused about what’s allowed and what’s not. Without clear boundaries, they probably won’t behave the way you want them to, and obedience issues become inevitable.
- Never forget that YOU are the parent, so it’s up to you to decide what’s best for your kids. Also, don’t let strangers scold your child for misbehaving.

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11 things you shouldn't do on a plane

11 things you shouldn't do on a plane.
When we board a plane, the goal is simple: to get to our destination as safely and pleasantly as possible. But sometimes we get in our own way. To be a safer and more courteous traveler, don’t make the following 11 airplane mistakes.

Avoiding some of these behaviors will keep you from getting on your fellow flyers’ nerves; avoiding others could even save your life.

Try a new medication for the first time
Where would you rather be when you discover that Ambien makes you hallucinate or that you’re allergic to your new iron supplement – at home, with easy access to your doctor and a local hospital, or in a metal tube hurtling 35,000 feet above the Pacific? Never take a medicine in flight that you haven’t already taken for a test run at home.

Tune out the safety briefing
I know – the briefing is boring, you’ve heard it a million times, and you already know how to buckle a seat belt. As tedious as it seems, though, the information could save your life one day. At the very least, take a few seconds to figure out where the nearest emergency exit is and how many rows away it is from your seat. (In a dark or smoky cabin, you’ll want to be able to count the rows by touching the seats as you make your way toward an exit.)

Joke about bombs
No one is going to laugh at your one-liner about guns, weapons or anything else that could be taken as threatening – particularly not the flight attendants, who have the power to remove you from a flight if they think there’s even the slightest chance you might pose a security risk. (Note: The same advice goes for customs people and TSA agents.)

Recline your seat during mealtimes
One of the biggest debates in the travel world is whether it’s okay to recline your seat. Whichever side of the issue you take, I think all of us can agree that once the food and drink carts start rolling down the aisles, it’s only courteous to make sure your seat is upright so the person behind you can have full access to his or her tray.

Drink too much
No one will complain if you have a glass of wine with dinner, but overindulging in alcohol can have consequences ranging from dehydration to even getting kicked off the plane for disorderly behavior. Remember: No one wants to sit next to the guy who reeks of alcohol, passes out on your shoulder or throws up on your shoes.

Eat stinky food
Speaking of mealtimes, give your seatmates a break – don’t show up for your flight with a tuna sandwich or a plate of onion rings. Not only will they stink while you’re eating them, but they’ll also ensure that you have bad breath for the rest of the flight.

Abuse the flight attendant call button
The flight attendants’ first priority is to keep you safe, not to cater to your every whim, so use discretion when deciding when to hit that call button. If you’re feeling ill, or you’re thirsty on an overnight flight when the lights are out and getting up would wake your sleeping seatmates, feel free to hit the button. If the flight attendants are already serving dinner and you decide you need a drink right now, suck it up and be patient.

Put your carry-on in an overhead bin where you’re not sitting
As pet peeves go, this is one of my biggest – when the person in 33A puts her carry-on in the bin above row 16, ensuring that there won’t be enough space for the people actually sitting in row 16 to stow their own bags. This means people in the front of the plane end up having to put their bags toward the back, which leads to passengers trying to go against the stream of traffic when it comes time to deplane. Do everyone a favor and use your own overhead bin space unless there’s no alternative.

Put a bag overhead if it can go under the seat
In other carry-on shenanigans, please don’t be the person who puts your rolling suitcase and your backpack and your coat into the overhead bin on a full flight. Leave space for other people’s stuff by putting your personal item under the seat in front of you, and squeezing your coat into the empty spaces left after everyone else has fit their larger bags into the bin.

Inflict your feet on other passengers
I have no problem with people slipping off their shoes to be more comfortable on a long flight – with a few important exceptions.

First, your feet should be as unobtrusive as possible to everyone

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