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FREQUENT travelers have explained to us why they wouldn’t book Sunday flights and we shouldn’t too.

Maxwell Ryan is the interior site’s founder Apartment TherapyHe frequently flies to work, and has covered over 52,000 miles so far this year.

Maxwell Ryan often flies for his job and has revealed some of his top tips
Maxwell Ryan is a frequent flyer for work and has shared some of his best tips. Image Credits: maxwellat/Instagram

He said, however, that he wouldn’t fly back to the USA on Sunday even if it meant losing one day of vacation.

He said Bloomberg: “If I go on vacation, I will always try to come back on a Saturday, because I don’t want to land and have to go to work the next day.

“You’re going to be tired.”

According to him, he’d like to go to New York’s TWA Hotel (a 1960s-style hotel near JFK Airport) for drinks and dinner before returning home. He also said that he wanted to have a full day of sleep afterwards.

Another study found that Sundays are the most dangerous day to fly on.

This study was conducted by HappyOrNotThe airports of 30 countries were analyzed and more than 4.5 millions customer feedback points were collected.

Data showed that Sunday was the worst day for customers with only 81% of positive feedback. However, Wednesday had 84.5 percentage which was the best.

It is much more common for a Sunday flight to be cancelled.

The following study was done by Telegraph Use data from FlightRadar4 or OAG to find UK flight prices between May 7th and June 6 (using data from FlightRadar4 or OAG).

The study found that 26% of Sunday flights were cancelled, compared with 3% for Saturday flights.

John Strickland is an expert in aviation and explained that the peak season does not have a high demand. “more space capacity” Sunday flights “especially for short haul airlines”.

He also added: “Conversely Sunday is one the busiest days of the week for flights: end of long weekends, longer holidays and getting in position for the working week.”

Nervous traveller? Take an early flight, too.

An earlier flight can mean that the ground is more heated up. This could lead to problems. “bumpier air” and lead to turbulence onboard.

Maxwell also shared his travel advice.

The 59-year-old dad said you should always leave your keys at home when packing for your holiday.

He said, “The only thing that I never take is my keyfob along with my keys.”

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“I’ve always had a big keychain. “I have all my keys: my home key, storage key, work fob, and my workout fob. It’s my entire life.

“I’m afraid of losing all of them, and it terrifies me to carry them to another country.”

Booking Sunday flights could mean they are more likely to be cancelled too
Book Sunday flight could lead to cancellations more often Image Credits: Getty

I fly thousands of miles a year – I never book return flights on Sundays and here is why you shouldn’t either

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