The Airplane Outfit: What to Wear on Long Haul Flights

It can be a well-orchestrated move or one of haste and hurry. The airplane outfit is either the last item that we consider when packing for a long haul flight or something the traveler has down to a uniform. I have had my share of triumphs and pitfalls with the airplane outfit, but I have finally found my uniform that works for those hours on end on the airplane. With summer on the horizon, many of us are heading to far away lands for vacation. Those adventures require a long plane ride first and foremost. What you wear can largely dictate your comfort and patience levels to get through 10 plus hours. If you usually decide what to wear at the last minute, here is a simple guide to follow to compose the best airplane outfit.

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A Guide to Flight Extras: When to Buy and When to Resist the Additional Costs

When you book a flight, the cost of the ticket is just the beginning. Most airlines have a laundry list of extras that you can add to your flight. From seat upgrades to inflight entertainment, the cost conscious traveler always has a tendency to resist these extra charges. However not all flight extras are such a bad idea. Some are worth their price tags. In order to figure out just which extras should be tacked on to your flight, the traveler needs to follow a guide so that they don’t fork over their dollars and cents for extras that aren’t worth it in the end.

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Q&A with Chris Lopinto, ExpertFlyer

OneTravel's very own Online Marketing Manager Cleo Kirkland interviews Chris Lopinto of ExpertFlyer regarding the launch of their new mobile app for iPhone and Andriod. The app helps flight customers chose a better seat (or group of seats) on aflight if it becomes available. Find out more below.

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Four Ways To Find Comfort in Economy Class

I make my way into my window seat from New York to Denver. It doesn’t feel so terrible back here in economy class, or so I think for a New York minute. And then my middle seat neighbor arrives and promptly takes up the armrest along with half of my seat with his elbow. He has also apparently taken a shower in cheap cologne in preparation for the flight. He extends his legs into my miniscule legroom space. I mutter to myself that it’s only a few hours. I can just work the whole time and ignore how uncomfortable I am. I whip out my laptop and type away until the seat in front of me lunges back, mere inches from my nose. My computer screen slams shut thanks to by lounge-happy neighbor.

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The Redeye Survival Kit

The redeye flight is one of the few experiences in life that couldn’t be more appropriately named. I take these flights with such hope and promise of getting a head start on the day, only to land with eyes that do in fact match the color of my flamed hued locks. Whether you are a business traveler or just someone who wants to arrive in New York by morning, surviving a redeye can be easier said than done. While we all can’t cough up the price of a first class ticket for redeye luxuries, those of us in the back of the bus can still avoid the red eyes come touchdown by abiding by this redeye survival kit.

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