Frequent flyer reveals the bizarre reason he wears an ‘FBI cap’ when travelling

A FREQUENT flyer has revealed the bizarre reason he wears an ‘FBI cap’ while travelling.

David Alwadish, 67, is the founder and CEO of ItsEasy and racks up an astonishing 96,560km in travel miles per year.

A man has revealed why he wears an FBI hat on the plane


A man has revealed why he wears an FBI hat on the planeCredit: Getty

His company specialises in expediting travel-related paperwork such as passports and visas.

The executive commutes between two homes, one in Great Neck, New York, and the other in Boca Raton, Florida.

It goes without saying that David knows a thing or two about the jet-setting life.

Now the flying aficionado has shared his inside tips on how to make the most out of your flights, and one particular tip stood out.

Speaking to The Malaysian Reserve, the travel pro says he “usually wears his FBI hat to travel”.

He said: “I got it in Washington. I think there’s no doubt that it makes people look and wonder.

“And when they’re wondering, they err on the side of respect.

“I’m looking at everybody, and they’re looking back at me very carefully.”

David goes on to recount one particular memory where he wore his hat and a flight attendant thanked him for his “service”.

It went on to create an immediate rapport between the two which led to a more pleasant flight and experience.

He said: “The lovely flight attendant said, “Thank you for all you do.” And so, what else was I going to say? I just said, “You’re welcome. And the same thing to you.

“I think we both have very responsible positions, and you should not be second-rated for what you do.” 

The travel pro also recommended those jetting abroad to browse or join expat Facebook groups in your destination for local travel advice and insights. 

And he said that you should be the last one to board a plane so you can check out everybody’s seat.

If you’re the last one on, you can see which other seats are open once they’ve closed the boarding doors.

If you know no one’s behind you, you can take that instead.

Elsewhere, a travel influencer has shared five easy hacks everyone should know about.

Among her savvy tips was how you can board a plane with a large bottle of water.

It comes as one travel expert revealed the best way to save space while packing your suitcase.


1.            Compare different travel dates to see if it’s cheaper

2.            Search for flights departing on a particular day to see if it’s cheaper

3.            Pay for flights with a credit card

4.            Book a hotel directly rather than through a third-party site

5.            Pack as lightly as possible to avoid baggage charges

6.            Search for flights six-eight weeks in advance of the trip

7.            Buy a package deal to make the entire trip less costly

8.            Compare multiple flight comparison websites

9.            Compare multiple airline websites directly

10.         Book flights in the ‘off season’ of where you’re travelling to

11.         Look up when school holidays are as to travel outside of these times

12.         Clear cookies from your browser when resuming a search for flights or hotels

13.         Compare two, one-way flights instead of a return flight, to see if that’s cheaper

14.         Compare multiple travel agents directly

15.         Use ‘private’ or ‘incognito’ mode on your browser so they can’t tell you’ve already looked at flights

16.         Book a flight into a less busy airport

17.         Fly overnight to reduce costs

18.         Set up price alerts to be notified of price drops

19.         Sign up to air mile or frequent flyer programmes

20.         Sign up to airline flight deal newsletters

21.         Consider different layover options to lower the price of your overall trip

22.         Wake up early to take advantage of the cheaper tickets on sale at the start of the day

23.         Compare flights in other currencies to see if you can save money

24.         Search for hidden city tickets (when you buy a ticket with the intention of leaving the plane at a stopover, rather than the final destination)

25.         Use throw away ticketing (where a round trip flight is cheaper than your desired one way flight so you purchase the round trip flight and throw away the return ticket)

This simple hack will allow holidaymakers extra room to bring along as many items as they want.

Meanwhile, this clever item will help make walking through the airport a breeze.

Read more on the Scottish Sun

Another travel pro explained how to cut down time waiting at airports.

And this expert revealed how to avoid jet lag on every flight.

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