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Pro Tips for Flying in Comfort

We asked 10 frequent-flying pros for their best tips on flying as comfortably as possible. Here’s what they said.

Cramped seats, dry air, cabins that go from hot to cold in a matter of minutes—we’re all acquainted with the discomforts of flying. We asked 10 frequent-flying pros for their best tips on how the 99 percent (upgrading to first class doesn’t count) can keep as comfortable as possible. Yes, we all know we should drink enough water, but will you regret that one glass of wine? Read on to find out what the experts say.

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By Deb Hopewell

Deb Hopewell has been a journalist for longer than she can remember, including many years at a Pulitzer-winning newspaper and six years as Yahoo's Travel Editor (with some public radio in between).

Her articles have appeared in Outside, Travel+Leisure, Yahoo Travel, Fodor's, FourSeasons.com, Sunset Magazine, Time, CNN, Business Insider, Southwest Airlines Spirit Magazine, The San Jose Mercury News, and others.

She enjoys sharing photos of her travels on Instagram @debhopewell and Twitter @dhopewell.