Be the first to board the plane you have designated seat may not be the best move.
You are sitting in cramped seats longer and you have to wait for others to find your seats and settle in before the flight can take off.
But one frequent flyer revealed why getting on a plane ahead of time really saves you time in the long run.
It’s all about where you put it luggage and how easily you can access it.
Ashwin S Krishnan went to the Q&A site Quora to share your advice.
He writes: “If you are flying economy / coach class and have hand luggage, assess how crowded the flight will be.
“If you want a full flight, try to get on the plane earlier – this will improve your chances of getting luggage space on the designated seat.
“Having to put your cabin luggage behind your seat or check it out results in significant time loss.”
So, by leaving your bag directly above your seat, you can get out of the plane quickly and not have to wait for someone else to move before you can get your bag.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/16989541/flight-board-plane-first-save-time/ I’m a frequent flyer and here’s why you should get on the plane first