Delta One First Class - SFO to JFK - Boeing 757 - May 2018

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Delta Airlines Business Class ( Delta One ) on B767-300ER Seattle to Tokyo Narita DL167

Delta Airlines flight review form Seattle to Tokyo Narita on Business Class or Delta One. Join me as I share my experience in Business class on Delta Airlines Boeing767-300ER SUBSCRIBE, Share and LIKE my travel video. Thank You!! You can also find me on: Follow me Facebook: Instagram:

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10 Little-Known Tricks for Perfect Sleep on a Flight

How to sleep easily on a plane? People who can easily fall asleep on a plane are among the lucky few because most of us aren’t able to doze off in a cramped space, sitting in such an uncomfortable position and surrounded by total strangers. What if we told you there are some simple tricks that can help you catch some Z’s on board? Who knew that flying on a Tuesday or keeping your seat belt fastened could actually make a difference? TIMESTAMPS Night is the best time for a flight 0:34 The best days to fly are Tuesdays and Wednesdays 1:27 The perfect seat is by the window 2:16 Tilt your seat back to the max 3:17 Clothes should be warm and comfortable 3:58 Fasten your seat belt over your clothes 4:43 Get yourself some sleeping accessories 5:25 Control the scents around you 6:05 Put your gadgets away 6:59 Food and drinks 7:34 SUMMARY - It’s great if you can pick a flight for the time you usually sleep at. Wake up 2-3 hours earlier on the day of your flight to help you fall asleep faster on board later on. - If you want fewer passengers and more space, pick the most unpopular days for booking flights: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, as a rule. You might even get up to 3 seats to yourself! - Always try to pick a window seat to rest your head on the wall and not be bothered by your neighbor wanting to get up to go to the bathroom. If you normally sleep on your left side, aim for seat A. If your right side is your preferred sleeping position, pick the window seat on the opposite side of the plane. - If you want good quality sleep in the cabin, adjust your seat as far back as it’ll go. Just make sure the person behind you doesn’t mind. - To have a sound nap onboard, you should wear loose clothes made of natural materials that don’t constrict your movements. If your airline doesn’t provide blankets, take a jacket and warm socks too. - A seat belt fastened over your clothes or blanket won’t make your sleep more comfortable, but it will prevent flight attendants from waking you up if the plane experiences turbulence. - Light and noise are the main culprits that keep you from getting needed shuteye. So this answer might be obvious: use a sleeping mask and earplugs! - You can control the scents in your immediate surrounding. Just sprinkle the head rest or your travel pillow with some lavender oil or any other essential oil you like. - Don’t watch movies on your phone, tablet, or laptop because the blue light of the screen wakes your brain up. Most sleep experts say you should put away all your electronics at least half an hour, or, better yet, an hour before you plan on dozing off. - If you want to be fast asleep, don’t overeat onboard. The food should be light and healthy, while the best drink option is tea (the herbal variety is perfect) or just plain water. Have your own tricks to share? The comments section is all yours to speak up! Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: SMART Youtube: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

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Three Engined Aircraft, what happened?

Thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring the video, the first 500 people to use the link will get their first 2 months free: Some of the most beautiful aircraft ever made had 3 jet engines. We are talking about the Lockheed L1011 Tristar, the Boeing 727, the MD11 and the DC10, to name a few. Why are these great aircraft not around in great numbers anymore? In todays video I will explain the rise and fall of the Tri-Jet. Why were they needed to start with? What happened that made them obsolete and is there any future for the tri-jets going forward? To Join my growing community of Pilots and aviation enthusiasts, use the links below and download the app. 👇🏻 📲IOS: 📲Android: or visit: To support the channel and join my Patreon crew👉 A special thank you to the channels below of which I have borrowed some clips: Mustard Bill Sobek CNBC

Join me flying Delta One first class from San Francisco to New York City onboard a Boeing 757. This plane is the backbone of Delta's transcon fleet and features a more modern hard product (bigger, comfier seats, and a more advanced IFE) albeit on single aisle metal. This video includes coverage of the beautiful SFO Sky Club, a review of our route from the chillest Delta pilot I've ever met, and some thoughts on the new "reduced" service inside Delta One. There's one less flight attendant and no separate appetizer course. :-/

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