Sleeping on a flight is not an easy task. From the uncomfortable seats to annoying seat neighbours, it can often feel as though the universe is conspiring against you as you desperately try to drift off. The downside of this, of course, is that it can worsen jet lag symptoms the other end as well as landing you with a hefty sleep debt.
There are many things to be grateful for in the summertime; warmer weather, longer days, and lighter evenings to name but a few. But, what if the lighter evenings are preventing you from getting the sleep that you need?