Air travel today can be challenging, finding a cheap fare, an easy commute time, even the right town to leave or arrive can be difficult. And of course the long line of security can only add to the stress.
If you've arrived at your airport trip through multiple security checkpoints it can be a hassle, constantly changing rules on how fast you can get to the airport, how to check, what you can do, on board and so on.
As a frequent business traveler, I have visited the following tips to help you along your journey.
- To find the most convenient and convenient fare – always book your trip at least 21 days in advance. Call ahead, or go to your airlines website to find out how much you need to get to the airport, international flights will require extra time. When can you go to your airlines web site to check and print board passes. If you change planes print all board passes, if you don't # 39; t, you will need to go back through security to get a new boarding pass. If you have a short window time, you can cause you to miss out. If you've already checked through the airline's website, you don't need to check the airport check. If you have a bag to check, many airlines also have a curb-side baggage check in, and / or they have their own baggage check service at the kiosks. Using these services can save a lot of time and hassle. If you are unsure of how you will use the self-catering kiosk, ask an airline employee, or another traveler who seems to know how it works. When in line for security, put all metal items, keys, watches, coins, pens, money clips, belt buckles, cell phones etc. , as you walk through the mess through a metal detector. If you carry a computer, be sure to remove it from the carry case. I have my business card, tap on the top of my computer with duct tape for easy identification. If your business card has personal information about it, be sure to block the information.
Have a Safe Trip!