FLIGHTcompanions have unveiled must-have items that can make transatlantic travel that much more comfortable.
Airline employees say packing items in carry-on bags ahead of time will ensure airport days are less stressful and enjoyable.
One item highlighted by flight attendants in a recent CNN Underscored article is Rise Whey Protein Bars, which they say are a quick and easy snack for your carry-on.
The protein bar is a healthy alternative if you don’t have time to fuel up before boarding or don’t want to spend money on overpriced airport meals.
Flight attendants and pilots also recommend packing a TSA-approved portable charger so you always have access to an outlet.
The Anker PowerCore 13000, which can charge an iPhone 11 two and a half times, is a great option, the flight attendants told CNN.
An airline employee, Sydney Key, also recommended always traveling with cash. The Carrotez Cash Envelopes have been highlighted as “tear-resistant, durable leather envelopes” that are great for storing bills that you want to keep separate from other cash.
But when it comes to comfort, the EverSnug Travel Blanket and Pillow duo was a top recommend product.
The set is ideal for long flights as it ensures long-lasting comfort with a blanket and pillow made of comfortable microfleece material that is also machine washable.
Another product that can help you get the best night’s sleep while traveling is the Flare Audio Calmer. The earbuds block outside noise and won’t dig into your ears when you roll over.
The Mavogel Cotton Sleep Eye Mask is another product that can help you fall asleep on the plane.
The 100% cotton material makes the mask comfortable on the eye and has a nose wire that can block any light.
According to flight attendants and pilots who spoke to CNN Underscored, buying a pair of comfortable and easily removable shoes is essential for travel.
The Allbirds Wool Runners travel shoes are versatile and made from soft material. The shoes also have moisture-wicking and odor-stabilizing properties, so they can be worn all day long.
It is a common fact that airplanes circulate dry air which can have a negative effect on a person’s skin. A flight attendant speaking to CNN Underscored recommended a product that can solve this problem.
Lanolips Aussie Flyer Face Base is a product that restores moisture to the skin without making your face look greasy. The TSA approved product takes up little space in your carry-on and is a great product overall.
Buying a first aid kit, especially to prepare for a flight, is another way to be prepared for the unexpected.
Protect Life’s 100-piece first aid kit is a TSA-approved product that includes a variety of bandages, gauze pads, first-aid tape and antiseptic wipes, the article said.
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