Air Travel Illustrated: The Holiday Flights.
Some times words won’t do, or maybe illustrations can do better. Regardless, if you’re flying somewhere for the holiday, this is your life enroute. If you’re home already, here’s what you’re missing.
First, my best advice either way:
With that in mind, make sensible reservations based upon experience, rather than an idealized hope:
Flights are packed, so plan your inflight strategy:
Getting a last minute seat can be nearly impossible due to holiday load factors, unless you’re willing to compromise:
Keep in mind that you’ll have to handle your own baggage:
Prepare mentally for the challenges of airport security:
Please board only when your sedative is called:
Ignore the pompous guys impressing each other in First Class:
Or maybe share your admiration for them as you pass by:
Realize that children are on-board, so you’ll need to deal with them:
And parents, remember it’s your responsibility to discipline your kids on board:
Pay attention to the flight attendants when they speak to you:
And they may be talking to you even indirectly:
So pay attention:
And when I turn on the seatbelt sign, it does mean you:
Realize that weather can complicate our flight:
So be prepared.
Anticipate the post-holiday letdown:
Enjoy your leftovers properly:
And congratulate yourself for traveling and thereby avoiding a worse fate. Bon voyage!
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