For many people, the only problem with flights is packing their bags and getting to the airport on time. However, others were more upset than the actual flight. Several studies have found that up to forty percent of people who travel have some level of fear.
The fear of flying is a very common fear, yet it is also a very treatable condition. Flying Fears may be caused by a bad experience the person had on a previous flight, like hitting severe turbulence while flying or maybe there was an abnormal operation like engine failure or an emergency landing. You can "put an end to your fear of flying" ( which is also called "en finir avec votre peur de l’avion" in the French language) to fly fearlessly in an airplane.
But, most commonly, what people who fear flying are afraid of is the way they feel when they have extreme anxiety or a panic attack. They fear the feeling of fear. For people who are afraid of flying, here are some tips to help you overcome your fear or at least handle it better.
Arrive early: If you are already scared of your flight, it will be easier to calm down if you don't experience the same thing as you will be delayed for the departure time. This will help make your flying experience less stressful if you arrive a few hours before your scheduled departure time.
Relax in the airport lounges: If you have access to the VIP lounges, take the time to relax in the comfortable atmosphere that is reserved for you. This way you can avoid airport traffic. Business Class passengers already have access, but if you don't, you may need to pay around $50 for this privilege and all your fears of getting on a plane may be gone.