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Not all Passports are Created Equal. Here’s a List of the Most Powerful Ones

The United Arab Emirates has the strongest passport in the world, according to a new index.

The country jumped from being tied for 32th place on last year’s ranking to the No. 1 spot, according to new index by the tax and immigration consultancy Nomad Capitalist.

The Emirati passport leapt up the list because it has visa-free travel privileges to the most places (181 in total), no income taxes and an ever-increasing presence on the world stage, all of which make it attractive to aspiring global citizens, the company said.

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How to Sleep on a Plane—Even If You're in the Middle Seat

There’s nothing more irritating than watching your seatmate snooze effortlessly next to you while you queue up another in-flight film and fall further into sleep debt on a red-eye. As a frequent traveler, I know all too well that catching up on deep sleep certainly isn’t feasible for everybody—especially nervous flyers or those with insomnia—but trying to get in at least a few extra hours, even if it’s not a full night’s sleep, is the key to enjoying a better vacation.

“The best bet to feel your best while traveling and at your new destination is to go into your trip with low sleep debt,” says Jeff Kahn, sleep expert and CEO of the sleep tracker app Rise Science. 

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FAA: Lithium Battery Incidents On Planes Now Happening More Than Once Per Week

A Spirit Airlines flight from Dallas to Orlando was diverted to Jacksonville earlier this week after a lithium battery in a personal device caught fire in an overhead bin.

Nobody was seriously injured, but 10 crew members and passengers were hospitalized as a precaution, according to reports from the Jacksonville Fire Department.

“Spirit Airlines Flight 259 landed safely at Jacksonville International Airport around 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1 after the crew reported a battery on fire in an overhead bin,” said the FAA in a statement. The agency is currently investigating the incident.

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