First of all, make sure you mobile phone is switched on. You can push wake-up button to turn the screen on. Unlock your mobile phone, if you have put any screen lock.
Once you have reached the home screen, things become very simple. Push the menu button, and you will enter the main menu, where you find plenty of icons.
Find the icon for Settings. You menu may have multiple screens, so scroll down to find out the icon. After finding the Setting icon, you need to push it to enter the settings. Here you see plenty of options, like Wifi, Bluetooth, Profiles, Sound and others.
Ignoring all, you need to go to ‘More’. In some phones, you may find the Airplane Mode option in profiles. However, most of the Android Phones have it in More.
It is very simple afterward. Once you enter More, your screen will show 4-5 different options. Right above VPN, Tethering & portable hotspot, and Mobile networks, you see Airplane Mode. Check the box right in front of the text, and your phone will go to Airplane Mode.
The job is not over yet. You have to make sure that there is no issues, and you phone actually have gone to the specific mode. As you check the box, you status bar, right on top of the phone, shows an image of Airplane, which simply means that you have it right.
Moreover, the network signals will go dead. It means that your phone is not receiving or sending any signals now. Now you can have a safe journey.