Visiting a faraway destination is always exciting, but the flight going there isn’t always so. Still, sometimes we have no choice but to brave the cramped spaces up in the air for long hours. Although airlines are now working with health professionals to ward off long air travel's negative effects, it still wouldn't be so bad to take things into your own hands, right? If you have a trip across the world coming up soon, make sure to follow these tips on how to survive a long-haul flight.
Get a good seat
Think ahead and act fast. Try to reserve your seats as early as you can to ensure that you get the most comfortable one as much as possible. Choose from those in the exit rows if you want more leg room. To rest undisturbed throughout the flight, avoid choosing a seat near the front, as they're usually the ones designated for those with babies. If you want easier access to the loos, choose an aisle seat so you don’t disturb your neighbours.