Keep Calm and Carry-on

Tickets are booked, OOO reply is on and main luggage is packed. All there is left to do is to pack your carry-on bag. We have made a packing list for your carry-on, to make sure you dont forget anything important on your flight.

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Carry-on essentials

First step in packing your carry-on is of course to find a suitable bag. We recommend something that isn’t too large or heavy, as you need to carry it around. Although it still needs to fit all your belonging that you want to bring on board. We have gathered a list with all you need to bring with you on a flight in your carry-on. Download the packing list for free by clicking the button below.

The second step in packing your carry-on is to decide what you need on the flight and at the airport.

A good starting point is to pack a book, your computer and noice cancelation headphones. The headphones are a lifesaver both at the terminal and especially on the flight. Drowning out the noice from the engines will actually make you less tired.

Keeping your stuff organized and separated in cases is key when packing your carry-on. This makes it easy to pack and also to find what you are looking for without rummaging through your entire bag. Keeping all your essentials in one place, your toiletries in another and your valuables in a third is a great way to remain order.

Having your valuables easily available in a small bag or clutch so you don’t have to dig through your entire carry-on to get your credit card while buying at tax-free, or the passport during check-in is a good travel hack.

Last but not least - Stay comfy! Long flights can get cold and uncomfortable. Wear a scarf you can use as a blanket and don’t forget a travel pillow!

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TOILETRY MUST HAVES

1. Lipgloss: a red lip is the quickest way to look more alive in a few seconds after a long flight.  2. Lip balm/ointment: to use on dry lips  3. Hand cream: the cabin air makes your skin very dry  4. Nail file: a chipped nail can really cause irritation. Always carry a file as it takes no space and can be a mood saver.  5. Sheet mask: for long haul flights, a hydrating sheet mask will prevent your skin from drying out, which can cause break outs. Its also a nice self care moment to have in the air.  6. Face cream/serum: if you are going a shorter flight, or just don’t want to wear a sheet mask around strangers, a face cream is the second best option!  7. Toothbrush and toothpaste: nothing is more refreshing than brushing your teeth on long flight before going to sleep.

1. Lipgloss: a red lip is the quickest way to look more alive in a few seconds after a long flight.

2. Lip balm/ointment: to use on dry lips

3. Hand cream: the cabin air makes your skin very dry

4. Nail file: a chipped nail can really cause irritation. Always carry a file as it takes no space and can be a mood saver.

5. Sheet mask: for long haul flights, a hydrating sheet mask will prevent your skin from drying out, which can cause break outs. Its also a nice self care moment to have in the air.

6. Face cream/serum: if you are going a shorter flight, or just don’t want to wear a sheet mask around strangers, a face cream is the second best option!

7. Toothbrush and toothpaste: nothing is more refreshing than brushing your teeth on long flight before going to sleep.

CARRY ON ESSENTIALS

1. Sleeping Mask: since you cant control the lighting in the cabin, bring your own sleeping mask.  2. Charger: the phone dying during a long flight is a nightmare, make sure it doesn’t happen to you!  3. Hand Sanitizer: pre meals, its nice to clean your hands without heading to the bathroom.  4. Face Mist: the air inside the cabin is always very dry, keep your skin hydrated with a simple spray.  5. Snacks: because who wants to watch a movie without snacks? Or pay $15 for a small bag of chips.  6. Mini First Aid kit: with all things you might need, such as pain killers, sleeping pills, tampons etc  7. Rehydration: you can easily get dehydrated on the plane. Taking a rehydration pill before and during the flight help prevent this and to some degree also reduces jet-lag.  8. Pen: for filling out custom immigration forms  9. Cleansing wipes: to use for your face, hands or body. Or even clean spots if you accidentally spill something

1. Sleeping Mask: since you cant control the lighting in the cabin, bring your own sleeping mask.

2. Charger: the phone dying during a long flight is a nightmare, make sure it doesn’t happen to you!

3. Hand Sanitizer: pre meals, its nice to clean your hands without heading to the bathroom.

4. Face Mist: the air inside the cabin is always very dry, keep your skin hydrated with a simple spray.

5. Snacks: because who wants to watch a movie without snacks? Or pay $15 for a small bag of chips.

6. Mini First Aid kit: with all things you might need, such as pain killers, sleeping pills, tampons etc

7. Rehydration: you can easily get dehydrated on the plane. Taking a rehydration pill before and during the flight help prevent this and to some degree also reduces jet-lag.

8. Pen: for filling out custom immigration forms

9. Cleansing wipes: to use for your face, hands or body. Or even clean spots if you accidentally spill something

VALUABLES

1. Passport  2. Money/Credit cards  3. Earbuds

1. Passport

2. Money/Credit cards

3. Earbuds

Keep calm and carry-on

PROTECT YOUR PASSPORT

Protect your passport from dirt, grease and scratches by keeping it in a Passport Holder.

BUCKLE UP AND SLEEP TIGHT

A travel pillow and a sleeping mask, together will noice cancelation headphones is the recipe for a nice sleep on your flight.