Air travel troubles are compounded by bad breath
While there may be many headaches associated with air travel - the early check-in times, the long waits and of course the inevitable delays - perhaps the worst situation that could possibly arise is being stuck next to a passenger with bad breath.
At 30,000 feet above the ground, being stuck in a small metal tube next to a passenger whose breath smells like he just ate a meal of cabbage and bratwurst can be more terrifying than the thought of any air disaster.
The problem may be compounded depending on the duration of the flight. If you are stuck next to this passenger on a short trip from New York to Washington DC, it's one thing. But if you are heading out on a marathon international trip, the prospect of having a flight companion with halitosis may be terrifying.
If you find yourself in this situation, there are few options to make the flight more endurable. There is nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. The best you can do is to make sure that your breath is fresh so that you don't become the offensive party.
Before heading to the airport, it may be wise to make use of some specialty breath freshening products, like those offered by TheraBreath.