So if you haven't flown and you plan on doing so for Thanksgiving here are some things to expect and ways to keep yourself healthy and safe. First of all wearing a mask is a must. The only time you get to take it off is when they are checking your ID....or if you are taking a drink or eating food. Otherwise keep it on.
I am not personally a fan of flying. I spend a lot of time looking for convenient things to make it more enjoyable or at the very least less miserable, so here's my list of five items that will improve your flight experience tenfold.
Aside from digging into your pockets to find enough cash to cover the ridiculously expensive tuna sandwich you'll need during your layover in Cincinnati, trying to find your luggage may be the most difficult part of flying.
I understand flying can be stressful. I'm not a fan of takeoff, landing or turbulence. I just close my eyes until it is over. However, if you find yourself in a stressful situation or you are just plain crazy, it is probably not a good idea to get on an airplane. This lady is totally freaking out.