Another thing you could do if you want both boarding passes on one device is to log in to the app as usual, pull up your boarding pass and click Save to Wallet. Then log out/log in as next person and do the same. Then you have both passes on one phone. I always save to wallet and use that one anyway because you don't have to worry about losing connection. Plus if you click on Info, it gives all the details about that flight! 🙂
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After a bad car accident a few years ago, I became fearful of flying--no logical correlation, but I think it had to do with loss of control. I had to fly for work, so I had to work through it. I did a couple of things--first is I always sat on the aisle. That way I could virtually ignore that I was on a plane 🙂 I also reminded myself how rarely anything goes wrong on a plane--it's an anomaly so the odds are in your favor. Note my user name--16C became my go-to seat. It was over the wing, I couldn't see past it (blocking the visual again) and it became comfortable for me. If you aren't flying on a recurring basis, having that comfort may not help. I also brought a good book--one I could really get into and completely lose myself in. I started reading immediately and stayed focused. Do one more thing...roll your window down on your car while driving/riding and stick your arm out the window like you used to do when you were a kid. Notice how the wind lifts your hand/arm. When you are moving forward the lift makes it where it is literally easier for your hand to stay up than down. You have to force it down. As a plane moves through the air rapidly, it's the same concept. It's literally easier for it to stay up. This is a very rudimentary reference to Bernoulli's Principle if you want to read a more scholarly account. 🙂 You can look it up and there are some YouTube videos if you want to hear the real deal. These days I fly all the time for work...and I can even look out the windows. Drop your shoulders, breathe deep. You'll get there!
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