Ask A Flight Attendant About Flying Now

Whether you have travel anxieties or you’re just curious about what really goes on behind the curtain, you can finally get your questions answered.

Flying can be a high-stress activity now. What if my flight gets canceled? What if the airline loses my luggage? On top of airline dramas, the risk of Covid-19 while traveling still looms uneasily.

Recently, a flight attendant named Kristie Koerbel wrote a list of nine tips for surviving travel right now (one of her golden rules: fly as early in the day as possible).

Her article was hugely popular, and had thousands of readers commenting, with some asking for more tips and behind-the-scenes tidbits on flying from a real insider.

So, consider Ms. Koerbel’s inbox open. Ask her a question, and she may answer in a future article. You can ask anything about air travel, like:

  • How do you deal with jet lag?

  • What is the biggest misconception about your job?

  • Do you ever get anxious during turbulence?

  • How do the meals stay hot on a long-haul flight?

  • Where do flight attendants sleep on long flights?

Ask a flight attendant!

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