Magazine article USA TODAY

I'm Leaving on a Jet Plane

Magazine article USA TODAY

I'm Leaving on a Jet Plane

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If your holiday plans include air travel, this can be a stressful time. Added security and increased regulations severely limit what you can take with you, and downturns in travel have caused cuts in amenities and services such as cabin cleaning. One way to keep germs, spills, or crumbs from the previous passenger off your person is with PlaneSheets, the personal airline seat covers that add style, comfort, and peace of mind to airline travel. These cozy, machine-washable fabric seat covers fit securely over the headrest and cover the entire seat, allowing easy seat belt access.

PlaneSheets ($12.99-$29.99) are available in plush solids and durable designer print fabrics like denim, leopard print, and chenille as well as disposable polypropylene two-packs. They come in coach and first class-business sizes and surely are innovative and practical travel companions that offer an economical way to personalize, and sanitize, your travel space. They work great on trains, buses, and theatre seats, too. Visit www.planesheets.com to learn more.

Okay, so now there are clean, comfortable sheets under you, but what about fighting off the chill of a cold airline cabin or the frigid backseat of a car during a long road trip. Look no further than the Cabin Cuddler if you wish to be cuddled up from head to toe with a travel blanket that comes complete with a special pocket for your feet. Made of super-comfy microfleece materials, the Cabin Cuddler ($35) is anti-pilling, machine washable, and dryer safe. …

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