Some travelers use sleeping pills, antihistamines, and motion sickness pills to induce sleep on planes and at hotels after arrival. While they work for some, others are left feeling miserably groggy. Be sure to try any over-the-counter sleep aids at home before your trip—you don’t want to find out you’re allergic to any ingredients while you’re trapped on the airplane. Likewise, melatonin can cause nightmares in some people—also not fun at 30,000 feet. Always consult your doctor before trying any remedies, as some herbs can interact with prescription medications. … [Read more...] about The Best Ways to Prevent and Treat Jet Lag
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Milan Linate is located approximately 20-minute drive from the centre of Milan, making it the airport of choice for people visiting the city. It is currently closed for runway renovations and is due to open again on 27th October 2019. It is the 7th busiest airport in Europe by private jet movements. … [Read more...] about Europe’s top 9 private jet airports
As this bacteriologically pure water takes a 50-year journey through the Cévennes Mountains in Avène, France, it becomes infused with trace elements and silicates and mixes with an ancient microorganism called Aqua Dolomiae. The company says that over 150 studies prove the microorganism’s healing properties. People go to the Avène Dermatological Hydrotherapy Center to treat skin conditions because the water is so unique. … [Read more...] about 10 Skincare Products for Long Haul Flights to Prevent Jet Lag
It is not clear why the pickle forks developed cracks. When aircraft parts fail, investigators examine whether there could have been a problem with design, materials, or the manufacturing process. The FAA said it was working with international safety regulators to understand what caused the cracks to form. … [Read more...] about Cracks found in a key structural part on 38 Boeing jets
Fare type requirements: Most lines do guarantee a replacement seat without any fare difference, but not always. It’s not unheard of for an airline to require that replacement seats must be available in the same “inventory,” meaning that if your original fare was in one of the lowest fare categories, you have to find a replacement seat in the same low-fare category—which could be impossible over a busy holiday period—even if higher-fare seats are available. … [Read more...] about What Are My Rights in a Winter Storm Flight Cancellation?