10 Secrets for In-Flight Sleep
1. Score a window seat.
If you can reserve a window seat, lean against and rest your head on the side of the plane. (It's a lot easier than trying to fall asleep on a neck pillow while basically sitting upright.) Bonus: You can also control your light exposure.
The best way to guarantee you can pick your seat? Build status with an airline. “I tend to fly one airline group as much as possible so I have status,” says Damian McCabe, CEO of McCabe World Travel, who has logged more than 100,000 miles in the air this year alone. McCabe says perks can include a better seat and priority boarding.
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