Here are some Do Not’s on Planes in Cold Weather. We suggest more comfort on planes in cold weather.

1–Do not sit next to the airplane window, unless you are wearing heavy socks. And if a long flight, consider compression socks.
2–Do not overdress, but layer with room in your carry on for the second layer you will take off (too easy to forget!) Note: you are more likely to lose clothing you take off if it is dark. Lighter and brighter items will show up on the seat or floor near your seat.
3–Do not wear some black fabrics as they retain lint and that can drive you nuts. Many leggings are of a fabric that attracts every tiny bit of crumb or lint.
4–Do not assume taxi availability; know the public transportation alternative in your city. It is also safer to take public transportation in case of a storm.
5–Bring your own airport food; assume airport personnel levels might be light due to weather delays. And flight delays will make food lines intolerable. And may we suggest ( in a public blog) bring some toilet paper should it run out in the airport.

If joining The Women’s Travel Group on a trip, remember to hand carry any paperwork you might need if delayed. This paperwork will have important phone numbers to call if your transfer has to be changed. If you are traveling solo, the number is even more critical! Most of our women tours have solo women traveling by the way.

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