@ScttLee - That's a great point. Strong odors and fragrances trigger my asthma . These scents can make it difficult for me to breathe, especially in public places. This happened to me a few weeks ago. There was a group wearing strong colognes. I agree with you about asking to be moved, politely. Sometimes I feel bad asking, but it's important to consider my health. Here are some more tips for traveling with asthma and allergies .
Because the air is so dry, when I fly over a couple of hours, I always have a small bottle of nasal saline spray and use it 2-3 times an hour. If I don't, I get bad sinus infections that then causes me breathing issues for several days. If a person has strong perfume or other scent that bothers you, don't hesitate to ask to be moved. But do it politely and be respectful of that person feeling.
If you are allergic to animals, I find I can usually negotiate a seat faaaarrrrr away from the pet and wear a Ffp3 mask for short flights (up to 2 hours). The aircrew needs to be aware of this and not permit the owners to take their pet out of its carry case during the flight to avoid hair/dander/saliva etc.floating around the cabin. For longer/trans-atlantic flights, I have checked with the airline ahead of time, from the day of reservation to the day before the trip, to find out if a pet...
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