|EarPlanes are a patented pressure-regulating earplug
inserted in the ear to help reduce discomfort often associated
with air travel. They were developed by the United States (US);
and have been tested by US Navy aviators at the Miramar Naval
Air Station in San Diego.
Discomfort on plane, especially during descent, is usually
caused by blockage and/or swelling of Eustachian tube because
the change of air pressure during ascent and descent are too
rapid for Eustachian tube to adjust properly. EarPlanes help
relieve pressure discomfort by regulating the air pressure
at the exterior and interior of middle ear.
EarPlanes are intended for people with sensitive ears and
for those who must fly with a cold, allergy or sinus condition.
Children aged from 1 to 11 years can use child version EarPlanes.
For those who suffer severe ear blockage, we advise them to
avoid traveling and consult an ear specialist.