20 Ways to Say Have a Safe Flight!

Do you have a loved one who is about to go on a flight and looking for a clever way to kick off their trip letting them know you’re thinking of them? Then this list of 20 different ways to say have a safe flight is perfect for you.

The list below encompasses some of the most common terms used to wish someone a safe journey. Most of these are terms used for journeys involving flights, however, some are generic for any type of travel.

Before we jump into the list of different ways to say have a safe flight, here are a few other travel-related posts you may be interested in.

If you’re limited on time, then here’s a short list:


Have a Safe Flight Sayings

  1. Have a safe flight!
  2. Safe travels!
  3. Text me when you land!
  4. Enjoy the trip!
  5. Enjoy the trip! See you next fall! (humor)
  6. Wishing you a relaxing time in the sky
  7. Wishing you a safe and joyful journey ahead
  8. Have a blast and don’t enjoy it too much!
  9. Looking forward to hearing about your trip!
  10. I hope you have smooth skies!
  11. Bon Voyage!
  12. Have a safe journey, I’ll be thinking of you!
  13. Can’t wait to see you when you get back, I wish I was with you!
  14. Have a safe journey and a relaxing vacation!
  15. Safe flight, can’t wait to have you home, safe and sound!
  16. Happy travels!
  17. If you fly into turbulence, just think you’re on a roller coaster and enjoy the ride!
  18. Don’t be nervous, flying is the safest form of travel!
  19. The chances of a plane crash are 1 in 11 million (according to The Economist)
  20. There are over 80,000 flights flown every day

15 different ways to say have a safe flight

Most common ways to say have a safe flight

The two most common ways to wish someone a safe flight is “Have a safe flight”, “Safe travels”, and “text me when you land” The saying “safe travels” is more broadly used and accepted for any mode of transportation. This could come in handy especially in a setting where you do not know exactly how someone is traveling.

Creative ways to say have a safe flight

The phrases listed below are less common than “have a safe flight” and “safe travels” but could add some spice to your conversations with your loved ones!

  1. Wishing you a relaxing time in the sky
  2. Wishing you a safe and joyful journey ahead
  3. Enjoy the trip!
  4. Enjoy the trip! See you next fall!
  5. Have a blast and don’t enjoy it too much!
  6. Looking forward to hearing about your trip!
  7. I hope you have smooth skies!
  8. Bon Voyage!
  9. Have a safe journey, I’ll be thinking of you!
  10. Can’t wait to see you when you get back, I wish I was with you!
  11. Have a safe journey and a relaxing vacation!
  12. Safe flight, can’t wait to have you home, safe and sound!
  13. Happy travels!

For the fearful travelers

If your loved one is afraid to fly, then these statistical phrases may help ease their fear.

  1. Don’t be nervous, flying is the safest form of travel!
  2. The chances of a plane crash are 1 in 11 million (according to The Economist)
  3. There are over 80,000 flights flown every day

It’s really remarkable how safe flying is, the fact that there are over 80,000 flights flown every single day and so many security measures in place to ensure everything operates as planned.

20 different ways to say have a safe flight


Tips for a safe flight

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If your loved one is new to flying, then here are a few helpful tips to ensure everything goes smoothly

  • Arrive at the airport at least 2 hours beforehand
    • This is especially true for flying out of a major city hub. If you’re flying out of a major city and flying internationally, then you may want to arrive at the airport 2-3 hours before the departure time.
  • Read up on the latest luggage requirements for an airline
    • If possible, consider bringing only a personal and a carryon for your trip and avoid checking a bag. This will save you money since most airlines charge you to check bags (some charge you for carryons as well). It will also save you time since you do not have to worry about dropping your luggage off at the gate.
  • Stay well hydrated prior to your flight
    • Flights tend to dehydrate you, so do your best to hydrate well throughout the flight.
  • Download the airline’s mobile app (if applicable)
    • The mobile app allows an airline to send push notifications directly to your phone indicating you of any gate changes, delays, and more.
  • Checkin online
    • Checking into your flight online often saves you time and money. Then you can pull up your boarding pass directly on your phone without having to worry about losing your paper boarding pass ticket.
  • Bring something to keep you warm!
    • Some flights are hot and some are cold, I always bring an extra layer to keep me warm during a flight. If I get hot I can always take it off!

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Track your loved one in real-time

It is relatively easy to track your loved ones adventure with today’s technology. I use an app called Flight Radar 24, which allows you to track the exact flight they’re on and pinpoint exactly where they are in the sky.

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This is also great if you want to know if there will be any delays or exactly when they land.

You can use this app for other things as well, like exploring the map view and seeing every plane in the sky! It’s amazing to see how many planes are actually in the sky at once.


Summary

In general, it’s always good to stay in close contact with your loved ones, especially when they’re away from you! Letting them know you’re thinking of them with a simple text message goes a long way!

I hope this list of how to say have a safe flight adds some flavor to your conversations and if you want to help continue to grow this list then please leave a suggestion below in a comment!

Also if you know someone who just came back from a trip and want to ask them about it, then check out our 13 clever ways to ask extend the question, how was your trip?

About The Author

Kevin Mathers

A washed-up hockey player, surfer, and husband currently working towards financial freedom and showing you how we do it as a couple. I started this blog initially as a personal finance blog but after getting married, Taylor (my wife and best friend) and I decided to switch gears into the travel world sharing our experiences with you along the way.

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