I recently wrote a post on how to get better sleep on a plane on long flights. One of the points is to fasten your seatbelt over your outer garment or blanket (so the flight attendants don’t have to wake you); another is to communicate to your seatmate(s) and the flight attendants that you don’t want any food (that’s if you don’t).
So many times I’ve seen passengers get woken up when they didn’t want to eat. Many times they do the breakfast food service two hours before landing, which is way too early if you ask me. Bring a snack, earplugs and an eyemask and you’ll get better sleep.
For more: How To: Sleep on a Plane
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