You're never going to sit in the front of the aircraft all your life.
It's not in your destiny.
Your Karma is to be sandwiched in Coach between a Gujju behn anxiously clutching a plastic bag full of week-old Dhoklas and a Telugu bidda who smells of Dum Biryani and can't stop yammering about the holy trinity, ahem his holy trinity of Tollywood heroines Anushka, Tamanna and Samantha!
So why not take up on EZ Sleep Travel's promise to make your Coach flight seem more like First Class with its new pillow.
EZ Sleep Travel Pillow
Bearing forth the promise of ridding flyers of the silly looking "horse collar" around one's neck, EZ Sleep Travel claims its pillow provide comfort, privacy and will soon be "the new high standard for airplane travel comfort."
All for just $24.95!
Even if you throw away all the hyperbole, it's still not a bad deal since several airlines including Virgin America, U.S. Airways and JetBlue already charge $5-$10 per flight for pillows.
And God knows whose dirty heads have rested on those airline pillows! Do they even clean 'em between flights? No, I don't wanna know.
EZ as Pie
EZ Sleep Travel would have us believe that using their pillows is easy as pie.
You blow into the EZ Sleep Travel pillow three or four times, and then slip it in between two seats or against the fuselage or strap it to an armrest.
Just lean against the pillow and be comfortable as it's designed to support not merely your head but the whole upper body.
Voila, there's your First Class experience! :)
As a bonus, the pillow's design enhances privacy between you and your neighbor. Cool, no need for any unwanted contact.
What if you're traveling with the boyfriend? Hey, two travelers can use one pillow.
If you can't fix the pillow to the armrest or don't have a window seat, no sweat!
You're supposed to easily use it in a comfortable forward position too.
As the aircraft taxis to a stop, just deflate the pillow, roll it into a bundle or strap it to the handle of your carry-on.
By the way, this pillow marvel is said to be good for the car, truck, train, bus, and even at the beach.