The next challenge is the journey itself. It all starts with security at the airport. Can I keep my hearing aid in when going through the body scanner? Going on a plane even brings its own challenges: During the flight, there is a noise level of around 85 dB in the cabin. That is as loud as lawn mower or a really busy street. Additionally, the pilot and crew's announcements are often unclear. This can easily become stressful.
However, the greatest enemies for any hearing aid during a vacation are dust and water. And everyone loves spending time where both of these are in abundance: sandy beaches. So with the right preparation and a couple of tricks, you can certainly avoid any damages to these valuable, high-tech devices.