12 Comfort-Boosting Items to Pack Next Time You Fly

comfort boosting items to pack next time flying

Gone are the luxurious flights of the sixties. Back then, flying was a relaxing trip through the sky, with delicious food and foot space galore. Today, you’ll be lucky to get enough space to open a coke without elbowing your neighbor. Put simply: flying has become a chore. But it need not be so. There’s a fantastic range of products tailored to your flying Items needs.

Comfortable Items to Pack Next Time you Fly

Here you have 12 Comfort-Boosting Items to Pack Next Time You Fly to pack next time you jet off.

Trtl Pillow Plus

Sleeping on a flight is an art. Do you rest your head on your arm, your backrest, or do you just smear your face onto the window? The answer is, you pack the Trtl Pillow Plus, a soft, cozy wrap-around pillow with ergonomic supports for your head. 

World’s First Window Shelf

Your keys are digging into your thigh, as your hand squirms into your pocket to retrieve your phone. If only there were a shelf. Well, now there is. The spAIRtay increases your window seat space by 33%, keeping your belongings organized on a packed flight.

Recommended for You: Top 6 Countries in Europe to Visit 

Dress Pants Sweatpants

Don’t sacrifice style for comfort. Trick the world with these pants modeled after-work attire. No one will ever tell the difference, and you’ll wonder how you ever lived Items without them.

Infinity Pillow

You’ve just got comfortable; the pillow is placed perfectly – you start to nod off. But a bit of slight turbulence and you’re back to square one. The Infinity pillow provides 360 degrees support, allowing it to adjust as your sleep. Plus, they come in a range of funky colors.

Comfort Boosting Items to Pack Next Time You Fly

Noise-minimizing headphones

The low groan of the airplane. The clang of the trolley. The hum of chatter and music. Planes are surprisingly noisy. Get yourself a decent-sounding pair of headphones to cut out the din.

Wearable blanket

Some say humanity’s greatest achievement was the wheel, other modern medicine, or the moon landings. Me, I prefer The Slanket – essentially a blanket with sleeves. So, drink your coffee in comfort, and wonder how it ever took us so long to invent.

Ergonomic earbuds

If you’re like me, and your ears are a strange labyrinth that earbuds refuse to enter, then you need to try some ergonomic moldable earbuds. These headphones fit themselves to your ear and never fall out.

Portable phone charger

There’s nothing more anxiety-inducing than praying your last power bar lasts until you land. Get a portable charger, and you’ll never worry about it again Items. Some newer models even let you charge two devices at once!

Trtl Flight Socks

If you’re a frequent flyer, you need a pair of compression socks. Trtl Flight Socks are stylish and comfortable with a cushioned sole and arch support. 

Airplane Footrest

Put your feet up, sit back, and relax with a footrest. Dangle your feet in comfort and aid your circulation. All you need to do is hang it from the seat in front.

Silk Sleep Mask

A sleep mask is essential for flying. Go with silk for a luxurious, hypoallergenic, and soothing mask to help you drift off to sleep.

The Cocktail Kit

If you are not much of a sleeper on flights, then get to work concocting an intoxicating beverage to pass the time. You’ll need to purchase the alcohol from the flight hostess. There’s no better view for a drink than 30,000 feet in the air. We hope you enjoyed these 12 Comfort-Boosting Items to Pack Next Time You Fly




Josh Dudick

Josh is the owner and lead writer at Daily Wisely. His career has taken him from finance to blogging, and now shares his insights with readers of Daily Wisely.

Josh's work and authoritative advice have appeared in major publications like Nasdaq, Forbes, The Sun, Yahoo! Finance, CBS News, Fortune, The Street, MSN Money, and Go Banking Rates. Josh has over 15 years of experience on Wall Street, and currently shares his financial expertise in investing, wealth management, markets, taxes, real estate, and personal finance on his other website, Top Dollar Investor.

Josh graduated from Cornell University with a degree from the Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management at the SC Johnson College of Business.