Ask a Flight Attendant About Flying Now1 min read
Flying can be a high-stress activity now. What if my flight gets canceled? What if the airline loses my luggage? On top of airline dramas, the risk of Covid-19 while traveling still looms uneasily.
Recently, a flight attendant named Kristie Koerbel wrote a list of nine tips for surviving travel right now (one of her golden rules: fly as early in the day as possible).
Her article was hugely popular, and had thousands of readers commenting, with some asking for more tips and behind-the-scenes tidbits on flying from a real insider.
So, consider Ms. Koerbel’s inbox open. Ask her a question, and she may answer in a future article. You can ask anything about air travel, like:
How do you deal with jet lag?
What is the biggest misconception about your job?
Do you ever get anxious during turbulence?
How do the meals stay hot on a long-haul flight?
Where do flight attendants sleep on long flights?
The New York Times
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