‘Game changer!’ Flight attendant shares ultimate packing hack – ‘best invention’

Flight attendant gives examples of what not to do on an aircraft

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Flight attendant Miguel Munoz, who has been flying the skies for more than six years, revealed his number one travel hack and a technique that will drastically change the way you pack and travel.  

Miguel explained: “This is essential for me and I would never travel without these. 

“I always pack all my clothes in these little compartments I once got online. 

“They are little bags or ‘packs’ as I call them to organise and pack your clothes. 

“I organise all my clothes by day but you can do what works best for you,” he said. 

“This is especially handy if you are going to move around or change hotels.  

“With this, it’s very easy to just take out the things you need and nothing else. 

“You don’t have to make a mess and unpack and pack your whole suitcase every time.  

“Plus, more clothes will fit in your suitcase as they are more compacted,” Miguel explained. 

“This is the best invention. 

A game changer!” he claimed.  

The “best invention” according to Miguel can be found on Amazon for less than £10. 

They are call packing organisers and are travel storage bags which can be found in different sizes. 

The handy storage bags are usually waterproof, they are reusable, easy to clean and carry. 

They come in different colours and designs and according to the flight attendant, they will change the way you travel completely.  

Miguel also shared other packing tips to save space: I would always wear the biggest jacket or jumper for travelling so it doesn’t take space in my suitcase. 

“I fold the T-shirts in squares. And the trousers I roll them,” he said. 

Miguel continued: “If you pack trainers or shoes, place all your socks or underwear inside.  

“Also, anything fragile you should pace inside the shoes. Both to protect them and to save space,” he explained.  

Miguel also shared other useful travel tips: “I also carry my own mug, salt and pepper, my own bamboo cutlery set, and coffee sachets as some hotels don’t give you any,” he explained. 

“You don’t want to get up in the morning, realise you missed breakfast and not have any coffee in the room!” 

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