My Tips for Fellow Tall Travelers
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I’ve traveled a lot in my lifetime, and being 6’7″ hasn’t been easy. Between cramped economy seats and hitting my head on low-hanging baggage compartments, I’ve had my fair share of challenges. And yes, sometimes even The Points Guy flies in coach. So I know what cramped quarters feels like.
In this video, I’ve compiled some tips that will help you find more space on planes, whether you’re in your seat already (take out all the reading materials from the seat-back in front of you) or you’re booking travel and need to look for exit row or bulkhead seats.
Watch the video at the top of the page for my tips on how to travel when you’re tall, then share your own tips with us, below.
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