Top Ways to Pass Time in the Sky

1. Listen to Podcasts, Audio Books or Music

If you like gazing at fluffy clouds while you fly but find yourself getting bored quickly, enjoy some audio entertainment. Invest in a good pair of noise-cancelling headphones and download a few albums you’ve been meaning to listen to, an audiobook of something you’ve wanted to read or start a podcast. Check out the podcast app on your mobile device, there’s thousands out there so you’re sure to find one you’re interested in.

2. Watch Movies or TV shows

If you’re not on a particularly scenic flight, distract yourself with some audio and visual entertainment. Don’t just rely on the in-flight system. Charge up your tablet or laptop and download a bunch of movies of tv shows to watch without wi-fi.

3. Read Magazines or Books

If you’ve haven’t recently taken the time to indulge in a good book or flip through a glossy magazine, why not do it on a long flight? You’ll get wrapped up in the book or the interesting articles and before you know it you’ll be at your destination.

4. Work

Planes can be a fantastic place to catch up on work with little to no distractions when you’re working on documents or writing reports.  The privacy associated with flying private allows the cabin to become an extension of your own office or boardroom. Imagine how productive you can become whilst having those sensitive meetings or perfecting that important pitch at the same time as travelling.  

5. Sleep

Planes can also be a fantastic place to catch up on sleep. Even if it’s not an overnight flight, most small and medium aircraft offer passengers large reclining seats. As the cabin size increases, you will see the seats convert to lie-flat beds and some even come with their own mattress.  You will be drifting off to dream land in no time.

6. Games

Whether you go old-fashioned with hand-written sudoku or crossword puzzles or download a bunch of apps on your phone, playing games is a great way to pass the time on a flight. This is especially true if you’re travelling with other people. There are so many modernized versions of classic board games avialable on your mobile device you no longer need to worry about knocking over the board.

8. Stretch or do some yoga

It’s extremely important to keep your blood flowing while on a long flight. If you’re not sleeping, you should be getting up and stretching your arms, legs and neck once every half an hour. If you prefer to keep the load of your feet, there are several yoga poses you can do from the comfort of your own seat. 

At Novajet Aviation Group, our experienced staff will have plenty of ways for you to pass the time in the sky. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

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