The travel industry has a large overlap with the tourism industry.

Freshening up mid-flight

Keeping your cool on a long flight can be a tall order. Luckily, there is a cool way to keep your swagger in check. Firstly, you need to look at the airways. Then, you need to check the airline’s boarding pass. Finally, you need to look at the airlines’ check-in and check-out policies. Thankfully, there’s a snazzy app that lets you do all this and more.

That’s a win-win. And, most airlines aren’t afraid to give you an upgrade. So, you don’t need to spend a fortune to stay cool and connected while you’re on the road. Just make sure you check the airlines’ boarding passes and check-in policies before you leave for your airport. That way, you’ll leave with your bags and a free ride.


Aside from the usual suspects (hairspray, face lotion, deodorant, etc.), some airlines have restrictions on the amount of powder you can carry. It’s best to check the fine print before you pack your bag. The rules also vary from country to country.


Whether you are traveling on business or pleasure, avoiding makeup on the flight is not always a bad idea. The TSA (Transportation Security Administration) has a few guidelines for bringing your cosmetics on board.

The best way to avoid makeup on the flight is to remove it about an hour into your flight. This will reduce the chances of blocking your pores. This is especially important if you are flying long-haul.

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Using makeup remover wipes will also keep your skin moisturized. It is also a good idea to use a light-weight foundation to avoid creasing on your skin.

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It is also a good idea to wear makeup that contains SPF. UV exposure increases at 30,000 feet. Use sunscreen with a SPF of at least 30.


Using makeup on a flight will also increase your chances of developing acne. If you are prone to acne, it may be best to stick with the good old fashioned scrubbing.

This is not the case on Delta, which offers free pillows and blankets on long international flights. Most airlines will not allow you to bring any kind of lithium batteries on board. This is because they could pose a safety hazard. Similarly, dry ice is not allowed.

You will also need to check the airline’s policy on bringing a blanket and pillow in checked luggage. This can protect your personal items and keep them from squishing. You will also need to pack your items so that they are small and easy to carry.

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Hundreds of millions of travelers pass through airport security each year. But for those who are apprehensive about it, there are ways to pass through the security checkpoint with ease.You can check the TSA website to learn more about these restrictions. This will help you avoid a rash or skin irritation.