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- Flying overnight can help you avoid wasting vacation days in transit, but that doesn't mean it's easy to sleep on a plane.
- If you're flying in economy, you will need to find a way to nap sitting up in a cramped space with crying babies, loud neighbors, and plenty of other distractions.
- This list of overnight flight essentials can help you get a good night's rest without spending an arm and a leg to fly business class.
- Complimentary in-flight blankets simply don't cut it. I always bring my own blanket, which can be easily tucked away when not in use.
Long-haul flights are not for the faint of heart, and that's especially true if you're stuck trying to sleep in economy. Noisy airplanes are far from ideal when it comes to getting a good night's rest, and it doesn't help when you are stuck sleeping upright next to strangers.
Still, I almost always fly international economy - and usually overnight - since it's a cheap way to travel a long distance without losing a travel day.
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