Minnesota, USA March 4, 2011- If you spend a lot of time traveling, your exhaustion may be too much to handle especially if you travel long distances. Since its release in early 2010, the latest design of Boeing 747-400 has caught the attention of many; however, it has taken some time for this design-enhanced aircraft to be introduced to numerous flight schedules by airlines. Although it takes some research and adjusting of personal schedules, you may find it in your best interest to fly on the 747-400 every time you travel overseas.
For some, jet lag and the type of flying experience are not related. I beg to differ as I noticed an incredible difference in my energy level, alertness, and overall mood throughout the flight, right after the flight, and even the day after the flight. The Boeing 747-400 definitely ranks high. Being a person that is highly sensitive to even the slightest of change in activity level and environment, I found that this plane was more like a home in the air that met the demands of my body. I was able to get up and walk around to explore both levels of the plane. There was a larger amount of space and the separate levels offered me the option to get a little exercise that is recommended for even the person with the healthy body.
I must admit that I am afraid of flying, but I felt at ease whenever I traveled on this aircraft for approximately 20 hours. It was convenient to lie back or do anything to keep my mind off of what was below, the ocean. I picked to travel on the class level just between first and economy. It gave me the option to have the experience of typical first class international flying, yet without the high price of it. Indeed it was not cheap; however, it was worth the refreshing experience. I made a list on the highlights of the Boeing 747-400 to give you a glimpse of life in the air of luxury if you have not had the pleasure of enjoying it yourself!
I am looking forward to the next aircraft that will be released by Boeing. If rumors are true, another aircraft is scheduled to come out by mid-year. There will be an update of information on this at a later date.