Wearing sky-blue underpants, sitting in even numbered rows and shaking salt over the check-in area, these are only a few travel rituals amongst Australians, according to the High Flyer survey by Wotif who said the survey of almost 15,000 Australian travellers revealed approximately one in seven have a flying ritual. 66% of Australians revealed they have a favourite seat on a flight. The window seat is the most popular with one in three Australian travellers indicating their preference. The second most popular choice is sitting in an aisle seat at 30%. Wotif Facebook followers also revealed specific items they always take on flights, such as an eraser for crossword puzzles, chewing gum and headphones. Find out more.