My flight was comfortable, but I have been a frequent traveler for the past 1.5 years so maybe I was just used to it. Also, for the flight back, I ticked off a box saying I would be "vision impaired" so it seems that they auto-placed me in the front row of the economy section with the slightly extra leg room. I didn't do it on purpose, but if you are tall/long-legged that might make it more comfy for you to access your drops.
My optometrist only charges me $70 per visit, but the clinic seems to be a happy, full practice. I think they have a referral program with TLC in Toronto, too.
@Aznsilvrboy I'm glad you're experiencing some improvements. I had the ghosting/slight distance blur for about 2 months. It's hard to explain what it looks like...my vision was clear but I could see a distant fuzziness when reading small lettering from a distance. One of my eyes was healed more and had less ghosting, whereas the other was healing a bit slower, so I could tell what my vision should look like over time.
Yes, I did get the blurry/focus thing during healing. During my optometrist visits, I would blink, wait a few seconds for eye to adjust, before reading off the letters. This will also improve.
As my eyes were/are still slightly dry time to time, my vision was/is also *clearest* right after I have instilled the lubricant drops.