Just switched to the Omnipod two weeks ago right before visiting family in Hawaii. DD ran low the first part of the trip. Flt from Chicago to LA was fine. Had lunch and BG started to rise during layover. Did a correction before boarding the next flt. Within the first hour of a 5 hour flight DD was 418 with moderate ketones and Dex rising. Checking for ketones with a 7 year old in an airplane lavatory quite challenging. So was changing her pod (after a correction by injection) in the small seat space. It was only our second pod change. By the end of the flight Her BG was in range and negative for ketones. Our seat mate was great and clutched a vial of insulin for me as we made the pod change. The Pods have worked great in the ocean, tub and pool thus far. We had a few other moments including an occlusion at 3 a.m. but the issues were what you would expect from pumping. DD loves the Pods because of no tubing. I thought we'd alternate between TSlim (love it too) and Omnipod but maybe not. Love having both options and appreciate the forum for providing good information and helping me make good decisions on pumps. I wish the TSlim and Omnipod were fused. I miss some options on the Tslim that the Omnipod does not have. Love not having to disconnect. But as a parent I love Dex most of all.