For anyone who has taken a long flight — say, of six hours or longer — the goal is usually to sleep for at least part of the stretch, especially if it’s an overnight flight.
But falling asleep on a plane is not always easy, whether it’s a long flight or considerably shorter.
Fox News Digital spoke to sleep experts to ferret out their tricks and strategies about how to get some decent shut-eye on flights — so that you pass the time and arrive at your destination as refreshed as possible.
“Make your goal to be comfortable and relaxed, without any stress,” she added.
“If you can succeed in staying relaxed in mind and body, sleep will come.”
Erica Lamberg is a contributing reporter for Fox News Digital.