Create an Air Travel “Emergency” Kit to Survive Common Airplane Woes

Stuck1On a good day, you’ll get to the airport, breeze through security, get on your plane, and take off and land on time. Most of us know how often that actually happens, however, and have come to expect delays of some kind. While you can’t make the trip go any faster, you can put together a kit so you don’t get bored, hungry, or too uncomfortable when your plane gets grounded.

Let’s be honest: this is a first-world “emergency” kit. Most of us can imagine far worse scenarios than getting stuck on an airplane for an extra few hours. That said, discomfort is not required just because it’s the default option. With the right considerations and a small amount of preparation, you can make sure you’re good to go on most flights—both good and bad. Let’s take a look at each problem you can encounter and how a small change in what you pack can solve the issue.Stuck2

Lifehacker has some great ideas to pass on to you here.

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About Gene Hess

Hi, My name is Gene. I started this site to share with you my travel experiences and to provide tips I have learned to make your travel more exciting, keep you from some of the "pitfalls" I have encountered when traveling, and share with you some of the websites I have found very helpful to make your travels...Carefree! I have walked on the Great Wall of China, been on safari in South Africa, walked the sands of North Africa, and floated leisurely down the canals of Venice. I have learned a lot about traveling and I want to share it with you. I hope you find it informative and profitable when it is time for your "great adventure"!
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