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Overnight flight

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Overnight flight

Can any one tell me is it cold flying overnight also I was wondering what sort of money they charge for their meals on board and the quality is it worth it or best eat at the airport

Edited: 15 September 2013, 13:55
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Where are you flying from/to and what airline?

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I am always cold on planes. I bring a sweater and there are blankets you can get .

You have not told us which airline you are using so hard to discuss food?

All of the over night flights that I've been on serve free meals.

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Jetstar Melbourne to Honolulu?

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Whether or not you get cold is a personal feeling which is down to you really, unless the planes heating system completely fails.

I fly Emirates to Asia mainly and I'm always warm/hot, but plenty of people have blankets on

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Flights can be freezing cold - whether overnight or not.

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I always get cold feet when I am flying no matter what time of day it is

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As others have said, no one can tell you about the food if you don't say the airline.

As for temp, all flights differ as do us as people, blankets are normally provided and I tend to carry a light cashmere pashmina that folds away to nothing but is surprisingly warm and comfortable.

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We find most flights, day or night can be either boiling hot or freezing cold!

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I always dress in layers to be comfortable.

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I've flown loads of long haul flights and I'm always cold - day or night - always get a blanket from the cabin crew, I bring a pair of socks (even in summer) and a sweatshirt.