How to Pass Your Time During A Long Flight?
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How to Pass Your Time During A Long Flight?
We often wonder how people pass their time on a flight, especially those who often travel on business. Most of them are kept busy with their work, while others catch up on their sleep. What if you are not on a business trip? What if you are on a holiday? Vacations are always fun, but can you imagine the long flight to the other side of the world?
Inflight movies, glossy magazines, sleeping, looking out the window, talking to your travel partner, or playing candy crush are some of the common things that you can do. Here are some more ideas to pass your time during a long flight.
Play games: You know it's a long flight! Why not pack a few fun games that you can play inflight? You can carry pocket games such as Yahtzee, Backgammon, and such. You can also play paper games such as tic tac toe or hangman if you have a book and a pen. Additionally, you can carry puzzle books, especially when you are travelling alone. 
Try creative writing: Flight is a great place to concentrate on creative writing. The atmosphere is just right as there are no disturbances. The lack of distraction and long-distance travelling makes creative writing the ideal choice for you if you are looking forward to giving it a try. You don't have to be a journalist by the time the flight lands. Just pick up the pen and let the words flow. 
Catch up on reading: If you are an avid reader, then a flight is a great place to catch up on reading. The lack of distraction, the silence, and the great food that is served, create the right atmosphere for reading. 
Make friends: Travelling is a great way to make new friends. Stir up a conversation with the person sitting next to you; who knows, you might find a lot of interesting topics to share. Just make sure that you do not disturb the people around you. 
If you are a parent travelling with your children, make sure you keep your children busy with interesting activities. Inflight movies are great! But if your child has no interest in them, you need a back-up plan as well. Make sure you carry a few things that interest your child, such as a colouring book, storybooks, small toys, and so on. There are many other ways in which you can keep yourself entertained, such as listening to music, colouring, spending time with your kids, organizing the trip, or even learning a language. You must do what best suits you while you make sure to follow the aeroplane etiquette