Up in the sky amid the clouds for more than 7 hours is exactly the opposite of ‘dreamy and glamorous’ if you are flying economy. While travelers looking for cheap flight tickets often go for pocket-friendly economy class tickets, flying in economy class can be a little more inconvenient than expected, especially if it is a long-haul flight. (Surely, this doesn’t mean your journey on these long international flights is going to be utterly nightmarish).
No doubt economy class, also known as a coach or standard class, is the best choice for short flights, but it’s also true that ‘economy class and long-haul flight’ is not the desired combination as the smaller seats with less legroom, confined space inside planes, limited in-flight services start to take a toll on your body and mind. Again, switching to first-class or business class flight tickets is no less than a pie in the sky for most of us. So, when you know you are bound to fly economy, what do you do to survive long haul flights in economy class?
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We have a few tips to make a long-haul flight in economy class an enjoyable experience. From choosing the right seat and wearing comfortable clothes to bringing your own entertainment, here’s how you can make your journey in the economy less horrible! Go through the infographic. Have a safe and comfortable flight journey the next time you fly economy with these five tips for surviving long haul flights in economy class.