Upgrade Your Experience
Club lounges can save you on food and drink. If you don't manage to bag a flight upgrade, ask for free access to the lounge instead. If it’s not too busy and you’re polite, good manners go a long way!
The Best Seat For Airsickness
If you suffer from airsickness, sit near the front of the wings. The planes centre of gravity is located here, so you're less likely to feel stomach-turning turbulence. The worst place to sit is at the back.
Speed Through Security
Always look for the security queue with suits – business travellers are experienced and know what they’re doing, so it’s likely to be a lot quicker! Have your shoes, belts and jewellery off ready to put in a tray, as well as any electrical devices such as lap tops, ipads, phones. Also, bag up and seal your liquids under 100ml, otherwise you’ll be stopped and searched.