16 Flying Tips That Will Make Air Travel WAY More Comfortable For You | 22 Words
Fortunately, there are a lot of little things you can do to make your flying experience better, so take a look!

Air travel sucks. Everything about the airports, security, turbulence, and cramped accommodations is just a huge hassle. But it's still the fastest way to cover ground, so unless you've got time to take a bus or train, you're stuck with airplanes.

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Fortunately, there are a lot of little things you can do to make your flying experience better, so take a look!

Check in online to get better seat selection and to avoid one more line at the airport.

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Sit near the wing. You'll be less rattled by turbulence.

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Exercise before your flight. It will reduce stress and allow you to sleep.

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Avoid the first few rows of each section if you can. That's where kids get seated.

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Bring an empty water bottle through security so you won't have to drop $5 on one by the gates.

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Pack your own snacks. Airplane food and expensive, and if you have any restrictions, you'll probably be out of luck.

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Move around the terminal before your flight. You'll be stuck in a chair for far too long as it is, so stretch your legs.

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Use the USB ports on the gate TVs while the others fight over the wall outlets.

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Bring along a phone charger and load up on offline games before boarding.

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Change your clocks once you board the plane to get on your destination's time and get a jump on jet lag.

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Bring lip balm and moisturizers! You WILL dry out during the flight, and these, plus drinking water, can help fight the inevitable.

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Bring extra underwear and a t-shirt on the flight. If your luggage gets lost or delayed, at least you'll have clean undies.

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Bring a hoodie with you. You can use it to block out light, cover your head like a blanket, or bunch it up as a pillow.

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Get one of these weird-looking sleep collars. They work better than pillows at holding your head up.

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Wear sweatpants or leggings on long flights. Jeans are ALWAYS a bad idea.

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Or...just get drunk. You can take as many bottles onboard as you like, as long as they're under 100ml.

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