You know how people often say that ‘it’s the journey, not the destination’? When it comes to air travel, that is basically a load of bull, because to be honest, flying is actually quite rough.
From navigating your way around foreign airports, to plane food, to the dreaded line for the bathroom, you’d be forgiven for wishing you could just hop on a private jet and get to your holiday destination ASAP. And don’t even get me started on the moment that you realise that you have packed all of the wrong things…
There must be a better way, right? Thankfully, Business Insider Australia chatted to some of the world’s top frequent flyers – I’m talking flying internationally every week – to get some hot tips on how to make travelling a breeze. Take notes, these are some seriously good tips.
“I always bring as many versatile items as I can—a lot of layers, a lot of little cardigan sweaters, and T-shirts and things that you can layer over top of one another, and scarfs. Scarfs are great because they can double as a blanket on the aeroplane, it can be a sarong, a beach blanket, and it can also just add a pop of colour to your wardrobe.” — Anne Banas, Deputy Travel Editor, BBC