If it helps, understand that you are more likely to be injured in a car accident than a plane crash! But if your fear of flying sneaks up in the middle of a flight, British Airways captain Steve Allright has some advice for you. He shared the
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Female cabin crew at a popular airline are being forced to wear heels unless they have a doctor’s note. Women who work as flight attendants for Norwegian Air are not allowed to wear flat shoes on the plane unless they have a medical letter. The company’s 22-page dress code document – which states that heels must be at least 2cm high – has come under fire.
Michael L. Brown noticed something strange on the in-flight menu, and shared it on Twitter.
As the world's longest flight is launched, we look at how flying has changed – and what it means for the regular traveller.
Personal shopping is no longer for the uber rich or famous. Heathrow was the first international airport to introduce personal shopping, allowing passengers to book a free style consultation with an accredited stylist, and now many airports offer this service. If you are looking for all the fashion without the fuss, there’s also an exclusive personal shopping lounge in Terminal 2, where passengers can sip on champagne whilst they peruse the number of luxurious brands in the privacy of their own exclusive lounge.
Forget snakes on a plane, nothing brings on the new parent fear quicker than the thought of taking babies on a plane. Not only do you have the prospect of a potentially squirming, squawking, suitably grumpy baby to contend with, but you also have to deal with the eye rolling of other passengers who are thoroughly cheesed off that your crying baby is ruining their in flight experience. As a sort of sweetener insurance policy, the parents handed out sweet little goodie bags to other passengers containing chocolate and earplugs as a way of apology for any tricky in-flight behaviour.
Got a long haul flight coming up? Flying can cause havoc on your skin which is not ideal if you’re going straight from the airport to the party. Fortunately, we’ve found some fantastically soothing, hydrating and calming products – all under the 100ml hand luggage limit. Take a look at our top picks and get them on your in-flight packing list, RIGHT now.Do you have a beauty routine whilst flying? Tweet us @YahooStyleUK.10 Global Landmarks That Deserve A place On Your Bucket ListThe SPF Products You Won’t Even Notice You’re Wearing
The flight attendant’s just sitting at the back of the plane, after all—you’re sure she’ll be happy to watch the little darlings, right? “Fetch me a blanket” is a sure way to get on a flight attendant’s bad side. The word “stewardess” is about as contemporary as the glamorous coach-class experience of yesteryear.