Monday, April 21, 2014

What to Pack: Red-Eye Flight

What to Pack on a Red-Eye Flight

If you're planning to spend the night on a red-eye flight, you might be tempted to stuff your carry-on with a bunch of unnecessary junk. Resist the urge. You only need a few things to help get you through the night and wake up refreshed in your destination.
  • You might feel like a bit of a diva, but eye masks are crucial for keeping you sleeping, even if your neighbor is watching a movie or the cabin lights come on unexpectedly.
  • Load up your device with guidebooks, novels, and a movie or two to keep you entertained until you doze off.
  • Don't forget a pen for doing the crossword puzzles in the back of the in-flight magazines.
  • Skip the questionable airline blankets and bring your own cozy scarf.
  • Keep yourself hydrated with plenty of moisturizer, lip balm, and water throughout the flight.
  • I'm trying this for the first time, but I've read that Melatonin helps reduce the effects of jet lag.
  • Be ready for landing with a small brush, mints, and anything else you need to freshen up.
P.S. How to pack for Europe in one bag


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