Com­fort items for the plane

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Travel pil­low

When in­flated, the ba­nana-shaped Trav­el­rest Ul­ti­mate travel pil­low tucks in above your shoul­der and crosses your body. It clips at one end into a plane or car seat­belt holder, and has a string on the other to pull over your head­rest so it stays snug. Once you’ve reached your des­ti­na­tion, it eas­ily de­flates into a com­pact roll which you can snap onto your suit­case or back­pack han­dle. Choose from blue, red, grey or yel­low. About PGK95; trav­el­rest.net.

Head­phones

A good pair of noise-can­celling head­phones will help you zone out on any plane trip, no mat­ter how many scream­ing ba­bies are sur­round­ing you. The Blue­tooth wire­less Plantron­ics Back­Beat Pros have a sturdy, com­fort­able de­sign and ex­cel­lent bat­tery life, with up to 24 hours of juice with Blue­tooth and noise can­celling on, and up to 60 hours if used in wired mode. Bonus, they also come with a snazzy car­ry­ing pouch. About PGK845; plantron­ics.com.

Eye mask

The best thing about the light­weight, con­toured Nidra Deep Rest eye mask has to be the deep eye cups that let you blink freely. Like a soft pair of gog­gles, they rest on your face and give you more space for your eyes to flut­ter dur­ing REM sleep, which means they’ll help you feel fresh and ready to go. About PGK38; ama­zon.com.

Travel blan­ket

Bet­ter qual­ity than you’ll find in most busi­ness or even first cab­ins, this cash­mere ca­bled blan­ket from Mai­son Cash­mere will keep you warm and make you feel pam­pered no mat­ter what class you’re fly­ing. Avail­able in a se­lec­tion of sub­dued colours and looks ter­rific when used as a scarf . From about PGK688, maison­cash­mere.com.

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