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00:15  27 march  2019
00:15  27 march  2019 Source:   travelandleisure.com

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Long layovers are never very comfortable, but some travelers manage to make the best of things. On Sunday, one traveler at Charlotte Douglas According to Fox News, an unidentified man set up a hammock above the windows of one of the departure areas at Charlotte Douglas International Airport .

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Long layovers are never very comfortable, but some travelers manage to make the best of things.

On Sunday, one traveler at Charlotte Douglas International Airport really found a way to settle in. And frankly, we wish we’d thought of it first.

According to Fox News, an unidentified man set up a hammock above the windows of one of the departure areas at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. While it’s unclear what flight he was waiting for, it must have been quite a long layover.

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Long layovers are never very comfortable, but some travelers manage to make the best of things. On Sunday, one traveler at Charlotte Douglas According to Fox News, an unidentified man set up a hammock above the windows of one of the departure areas at Charlotte Douglas International Airport .

Spending a long layover in the airport can be tedious. Leaving the airport to explore the city, or even just getting some sleep at a hotel, can be a much better alternative if you have And wherever you end up , make sure you set multiple alarms for yourself so you get up early enough to get to your flight!

The man’s “genius” travel hack was spotted by other travelers, but airport officials weren’t as impressed by it.

An airport worker was seen asking the man to get down from his lofty sleeping spot. Luckily, the man seemed happy to comply, even if the worker did suddenly wake him from a sound sleep.

“She tapped the hammock and his head just poked up,” said eyewitness Magalli Odom to SWNS, according to Fox News. “I didn’t hear what was said but he was very compliant and used the chairs to help himself down.”

The man isn’t exactly the first to think of raising a hammock at an airport to help himself stay comfy as he waits for a flight. According to Mashable, another man at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport had the same idea. Another person on Reddit shared a photo of a fellow traveler opting to pitch a hammock at Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport back in 2018, as well.

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Long layovers offer a kind of two-for-one deal. If you leave the airport , they offer the chance to explore an extra country along the way, possibly one you’d never thought to visit. But without knowing up front what you’ll have to deal with and careful planning, you could end up missing your flight and

The other travelers will have to be admitted to US before the start of the 23hr layover . If they are admitted, they also enjoy unrestricted travel. I actually had to go back through security to get to my next flight. If I had a long layover I (and anyone else) could have certainly left the airport

Hey, a good idea is a good idea, regardless of who was first.

However, airports would probably frown upon travelers bringing their own hammocks, so we suggest not trying this one out for yourself. If you do have a long layover, there are lots of other ways to kill time without spending any money.

But if you just really like the idea of hammock travel, you can also bring a travel-friendly hammock on your flight instead.

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