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Invent-Tech Inventors Fly With New Air Travel Innvovations


Air travel is often the most stressful part of a vacation or business trip, especially with the added difficulties of added security after September 11. Dealing with all of the hassles like luggage restrictions, security screenings, airport regulations, baggage claim, the universally dreaded check-in problems, not to mention the horrors of finding a ride or getting through the parking garage, is enough to leave anyone’s nerves frazzled. Two interesting air travel industry news reports that address these growing issues recently caught our attention.

The first report described the experience of an airline’s passengers who were stuck on the runway for up to 10 hours as severe winter weather grounded flights throughout the Northeast and Midwest. The article was probably painful to read for anyone who has experienced even a significantly shorter daily when taking off or landing. The second report announced the testing of a new innovation in airport security with advanced features that have only been seen in futuristic films. The innovative x-ray scanner is capable of peering through a traveler’s clothing to detect weapons and other contraband. Currently on loan from the manufacturer to an Arizona airport, the machine is intended to speed up security screenings for those who are flagged during the initial screening process.

These reports illustrate two points: airline travel can be wrought with unexpected problems and the air travel industry is open to innovations that help make the travel experience go more smoothly. Several Invent-Tech inventors have created inventions that could benefit individuals who travel by air.

For added convenience during airport security screenings, Landing Gear, invented by Lisa D. of Louisiana, enables travelers to avoid walking through airport security checkpoints barefooted or in their socks. This product is highly sanitary and provides a lightweight, comfortable fit for individuals of all sizes. Simple and economical, Landing Gear will surely appeal to frequent fliers nationwide.

For use during a flight, Michael L. of Alaska has developed the Seat Back Extender, a clever concept that enhances consumers’ comfort when sitting in practically any bus or airplane seat. It securely attaches to most seats and can relieve neck and back pain that is commonly associated with traveling. In cases where travelers are stuck seated for extended periods, either due to distance or unexpected delays, the Seat Back Extender could prove invaluable.

For those who have a hard time identifying their luggage at airport terminals, Morris F. created My Luggage. In order to avoid hassles during baggage pickup, My Luggage makes finding luggage in a busy airport quick and simple. It helps travelers save time, features a durable design and can be produced at an affordable price.

These are just a few of the innovations Invent-Tech inventors have invented to make air travel less of a hassle. Additional information about Landing Gear, Seat Back Extender, My Luggage may be obtained by contacting the Publicity/Press Department of Invent-Tech at (800) 940-9020 ext. 2285 or at Invent-Tech® is the nation’s preeminent Inventor Assistance Firm. Invent-Tech has been the launch pad for new ideas for more than a decade! Visit Invent-Tech on the web at:


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