If you have to take a long flight, you acknowledge it’s not the most pleasant thing to do. You will have to spend several hours in the cramped aircraft cabin, where you may be nearly motionless and surrounded by strangers. But this does not mean that a long flight necessarily spoils your travel experience. Follow our tips, and you’ll get off the plane being fresh, rested, and ready for new adventures!
Needless to say, that before you go abroad, you need to improve your English skills: as a universal language of world communication, English will help you communicate in almost any country in the world. But it is a rule of etiquette to know the few most important words and expressions in the country’s language you are going to (at least at the level of “Hello!”, “Thank you!”, and “Could you tell me where the toilet is, please?”)