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On a good day, you’ll get to the airport, breeze through security, get on your plane, and take off and land on time. But that doesn’t always happen: delays are a fact of life when you travel. 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 if your plane gets grounded.
8 December 2013
It’s no secret that long flights lead to stiff joints and sore muscles, but packing a tennis ball in your carry-on luggage might just give you the relief you need.
4 December 2013
Planning a trip to the US which involves cross-country flying? Depending on your airline, you may have a power outlet or USB port in your seat. Here’s how to find out which planes have some extra juice to give.
28 November 2013
27 November 2013
Dear Lifehacker, I will be travelling overseas in the next few months, and I was wondering if my Sennheiser RS160 wireless headphones can be used on the flight. I can’t seem to see any official information prohibiting their use. So can I use my headphones? Or will they have to wait for me back home?
26 November 2013
iOS: While there are lots of things you can do to find the cheapest airfare, why not put technology to work? Hitlist calculates when it’s least expensive for you to grab a flight to your pre-picked destinations, saving you the hassle of periodically checking travel search engines.
1 November 2013
So after months of rumours, it’s official: the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will allow airlines to apply for approval for passengers to use electronic devices in flight mode throughout a flight, including take-off and landing. Here’s how that will work, and how long we’ll have to wait in Australia.
31 October 2013
Having an empty seat next to you makes flying much more comfortable. If you want to increase the odds of that happening, consider spilling water on the adjacent seat.
26 October 2013
Travelling with friends can be extremely fun. It can also be stressful, which causes tension. There’s no way to totally eliminate those stressful moments, but I do have a few tips to help lessen them.
2 October 2013
Earlier this year, the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) put together a panel of aviation experts to look at whether personal electronic devices (PEDs) could be used on planes without compromising safety. The results are in: the committee is recommending that electronic devices — such as tablets, e-readers and other PEDs — be allowed during all phases of flight (including take-off and landing).