Re: asthma? and flying
This can be scary. It's something I have given thought too- only I went to Australia for a total of about 30-40 hours in the air. Anyways, plans do have medical equipment on board, like oxygen, and probably nebulizers too. I'm sure you could take your own nebulizer and find a way to plug it in if necessary, or get a battery operated one. If they had to they would land at the nearest airport, which is never far. Also, there is almost always someone on board with medical training. Of course, take your albueterol inhaler. Remain calm, it will help. Most of all, enjoy your trip!