Plane food

Travel tips: How to make sure you always get fed first on flights

Flights are not known for having particularly sumptuous meals onboard, with many complaining about the quality of plane food.

What can also irritate hungry passengers is the excruciating wait for food as flight attendants must walk along the aisle to serve the food.

However, one expert has revealed her tip to make sure you are always served first – and get a tastiest meal possible.

However, you will have to forgo any meat in order to cash in on the other benefits.

Travel tips: How to make sure you always get fed first on flights

Victoria Baillie, Skyscanner PR Manager, revealed her expert tactic for fast food on Skyscanner’s website.

She said: “Choose the Asian-vegetarian option on the plane.”

This might seem like an odd travel tip, but the logic behind it is clear.

Victoria added: “You get fed before anyone else, you avoid anything too greasy and stodgy (helps the jetlag allegedly) and I’m convinced the more niche meals are much better quality as they’re made in smaller batches.”

Flight attendant serving food

Travel: One expert has revealed her tip to make sure you are always served first

Another genius trick reveals how to best avoid jet lag – by carefully the choosing the correct seat. 

Booking a window seat, with the window on the side you usually sleep on is the best position to achieve sleep, an expert has claimed.

Sleep expert Dr Breus said: “Book a window seat so you can control your exposure to light and darkness during your flight.”

The window seat is also helpful as no one will climb over you to go to the toilet.

Being served on a plane

Travel: The expert recommended choosing the Asian-vegetarian option on the plane

Getting through airport security is also a hassle that no traveller particularly enjoys.

However, by avoiding picking a certain security queue holiday-makers can minimise their time in a tedious queue. 

The author, known on Reddit as mdowney, said: “Avoid the security line with families, kids, elderly, or people who look like they never travel.”

He explained exactly why this, in the post.

Mdowney wrote: “They will take longer and if there bag gets flagged it will slow you down.”

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