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Best Airline-Inspired Products For Home And Travel
Baggage tag: You can use your initials or your favorite airport code on the baggage tag design of this messenger bag ($129).
Beverage cart: Ever thought those narrow beverage carts would look cool in your home? Bordbar has vintage and new customized beverage carts from 329 euro for a small galley box, 979 euro for the full size trolley.
Boarding pass: With mobile phone check-in, paper boarding passes might soon be a thing of the past. Take your laptop out for security in this snazzy sleeve, which you can customize with your name and flight info ($28.95-32.95).
Flotation device: The same designer as the belt below has taken flotation devices and fashioned them into sleeves for the iPad and iPhone, but we still wouldn't recommend getting them wet (49-69 euro).
Remove before flight tag: Rather than wear one of those funny-looking neck pillows, use one made with an aircraft tag, complete with a loop for carrying. Don't feel you have to follow the "remove before flight" instructions though, it works perfectly on a plane or at home ($25).
Safety card: You shouldn't actually take the safety card from the seat pocket, but you shouldn't leave your passport there either. Keep it safe with this $20 passport holder (slim wallet also available, $18).
Seat belt: Stay buckled in for safety with a white belt made with a real airplane belt (79 euro). Keep in mind you'll likely still have remove it for TSA security.