A FLIGHT attendant has revealed tips on what to take on a plane with you including a snack that costs just 80p.
Some of the essential items start at just £5 so there is no need to break the bank. Here is Sakkara’s pick of essential items.
88 Acres Granola Bars
The frequent flyer said that the popular granola bar made by 88 Acres was the perfect snack to avoid hunger pangs when flying.
Sakkara said: “They have simple ingredients, great flavors, 6 grams of protein in each, and are individually wrapped so I don’t have to touch them to eat them.”
Sakkara also explained that the bars were nut and gluten free so there is no risk to passengers will allergies sat next to you on the plane. And the snack also works out at just 80p per bar.
Totwo travel laptop bag backpack
Sakkara said this was the perfect travel bag with space for a laptop , charger and other essentials.
She said: “It has a proper laptop storage area, a space designated for easy access to a portable charger and pockets, pockets, pockets. This is the perfect way to pack a lot and keep it all organized.”
Amazon Basics Packing Cubes Set
Sakkara recommends this piece of kit which holds everything inside the suitcase. There is a large cube for clothes and smaller spaces for charging cords.
Sakkara said :“Everything [stays] compact and organized and does so in a stylish way…no more [packing items in] Ziplocs for me.”
Lysol To Go Disinfectant Spray
Sakkara said that airlines ensured cabin spaces were sanitised but the spray came in handy just to make sure.
She said: “I trust that airlines are maintaining optimum cleanliness,
but what if they missed a spot?For every spot — even soft surfaces — there’s Lysol.”
Palmer’s Cocoa Butter with Vitamin E
Sakkara said that she was “completely obsessed” with this product which used cocoa butter to moisturise skin.
She said: “Planes have the driest air in the cabin. Top that off with constant hand-washing and I am left with ashy, dry hands. Your skin is bound to suffer.
“Palmer’s keeps my skin silky-smooth, moisturised all day and as an added bonus it smells absolutely amazing!”
Kuulaa Portable Charger
The attendant was all too familiar with the frustration of not having access to a phone charger at the airport. Sakkara’s solution is the Kuulaa fully juiced charging device.
She said: “This model can fully charge any phone at least 4 times or an iPad 2.5 times!”
Newfanga Travel Adapter
Sakkara said this was the most important item on the list, because it allowed you charge everything from a blow dryer when overseas.
She said: “Realizing you can’t plug in your blow dryer or cell phone when you arrive in another country is…not great.
“This universal device fits all the plugs in the world and keeps your phone from getting fried. never leave the country without one.”
Natural Silk Pillowcase
Many travellers struggle with hotel room pillows, which can be harsh on the skin.
Recommending this item she said: “Hotel bedding tends to be harsh and aggravating on my face. This lightweight silk pillowcase keeps my curls poppin’”
Pashmina Shawl Wrap
Sakkara said this item was multi-purpose offering different uses for varying environments. She added that could come in handy when in a conservative climate.
She said: “It’s large enough to be a mini blanket when the plane is cold. It’s a shawl when I’m in a more conservative country.
“It’s a scarf to keep me warm on cool nights. And in a pinch it can even serve as a sarong on the beach.”