Next time you're heading on a long-haul flight, you might want to remember these flight attendant secrets.
Traci Redford was boarding a Southwest Airlines flight with her 5-year-old daughter when she says she overheard an airline employee mocking the girl's name, Abcde.
The 13-year-old girl's mother says airport staff treated them "like terrorists" because they had medicine for her type 1 diabetes in their carry-on luggage.
Celebrities including Meghan Markle and Priyanka Chopra are stepping up their game this summer to offer up some serious “first class” airport looks.Fashionable airport style takes many shapes, from classic and feminine silhouettes to the more casual but still chic look. Markle and Chopra are prime examples of the former, who prefer to keep their travel style simple and classic and opt for pieces like tailored blazers, wide-leg trousers, and fitted sheath dresses.In contrast, newly single Jenna Dewan, pictured here at LAX, likes to keep it casual and cool, wearing a $25 off-the-shoulder jumpsuit by Cotton On and aviator sunglasses. Similarly, Bella Hadid showed off her model look, wearing distressed jeans with an ’80s style wide belt and a red turtleneck at Charles de Gaulle airport.The one and only Kourtney Kardashian proves that the athleisure travel look is still current. The secret to keeping it fashionable is mixing its casual aesthetic with high-end accessories and shoes. Earlier this summer, she sported the season’s trendiest biker shorts with her Balenciaga dad sneakers, a fanny pack over her shoulder and a Louis Vuitton weekender bag in hand.See how you can borrow six of the summer’s most fashionable airport looks for yourself to make sure you travel in style no matter where you are headed.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Nina Dobrev serves 9 winning looks in 2018 • Constance Wu wears dazzling gown by Meghan Markle’s favorite designer • My favorite summer sandals are just $23 at Target Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The 71st annual Cannes Film Festival has kicked off in the south of France, and Hollywood’s biggest stars and fashion’s top models have all jetted into Nice to attend the glamorous event. Supermodels Bella Hadid, Irina Shayk, and Stella Maxwell all touched down on Wednesday for the festival after attending the Met Gala in New York on Monday night. Although their red-carpet gowns are usually the focus of attention, their chic airport style is worth watching — and copying.Hadid exchanged her dominatrix Chrome Hearts Met look for an understated, cropped blue jacket and breezy wide-legged trouser set by Ovelia Transtoto at the airport. She layered a simple tee underneath and accessorized with oversized hoop earrings and her signature Matrix-style oval sunglasses.Shayk, who made her red carpet debut with Bradley Cooper at the Met Gala, kept her airport style French chic. She wore a classic green cashmere sweater with crisp trousers, pairing the look with her orange Hermès Birkin bag. Shayk ditched her usual high heels for a pair of chunky white sneakers.Maxwell wore a denim-on-denim look with sleek black sneakers, a Chanel crossbody bag and oversized black sunglasses for the perfect model off-duty look.As you start planning your summer getaways, click through the gallery above for airport style inspiration from three of fashion’s top supermodels, and learn how you can copy their “first-class” travel looks for yourself.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • How to copy Selena Gomez’s gilded gold Met Gala eye look • My mother was a supermom—but I didn’t get it until having kids of my own • Meghan Markle actress Parisa Fitz-Henley wants people to ‘see past titles, nationalities, and races’Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
As it turns out, airports and airplanes are much dirtier than your home.A team from TravelMath sent a microbiologist to collect 26 samples from five airports and four flights — samples were sent to a lab to estimate the total bacteria population per square inch to to find out the dirtiest of all the locations and surfaces tested. Surprisingly, the bathroom didn’t top the list.No. 1 is a surface commonly used on an airplane, but that most people wouldn’t think of sanitizing.“The good news is that all 26 samples from airports and flights were negative for the presence of fecal coliforms such as E. coli, which can potentially be infectious,” study researchers stated.Scroll through the gallery for the locations and surfaces you should steer clear from (or at least clean before and after using).ALSO SEE: The unhealthiest fast food burgers in Canada Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!