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Suppose you have two days worth of travelling with very little time to perform Salah with connecting flights. How does one perform Salah on a plane? Bearing in mind the following:
- you cannot get out of your seat and start Salah in the aisle because people are going up and down the aisle;
- you may hit turbulence and must sit in the seat with seatbelts fastened;
- the aisle may not be clean due to people walking through it with dirty shoes, food crumbs; etc.
Also, what if you are travelling where the timezone is actually going behind in hours from your origin of travel? (E.g. the UK to the USA and there is a time difference of maybe 5, 6 or even 8 hours)? It would appear that for example the time Zuhr would always be given the position of the sun etc.
Please also remember, I am asking for authentic sources (Sunni school of thought also) and how to pray whilst in travel but also what "timezone" to follow when travelling.