Going by plane for your vacation or a business trip can be fun, but the airport rules can sometimes be a hassle. There are tons of laws and set of etiquette that you need to follow, which can be quite annoying. But do not worry, here we have listed some airport tips that we often forget, hopefully by reading this article you won’t get in trouble while trying to have your well-deserved vacation.
Forgetting your important documents
Always make sure that you bring everything that you need, which is your boarding pass, identification cards, visa, and more depending on where you’re going. Cut off your checking time as you prepare every document and also putting your phone away during the inspection, doing this will spare you glares from the staff and also the other passengers.
Tip: if you have free time, make an e-passport as this will fasten the identification process.
This rule is famous and well known in the book, but a lot of people often forget about it. You are not allowed to bring any liquid for any reason during the inspection, all of your liquids need to be stored or thrown away. Bring an empty water bottle and refill it later after the checking, or else you’re going to have to deal with unpacking your Quality Luggage just to store your stuff away, which is a hassle when you’re in a hurry.
The rules are simple, always take off your jacket and shoes, so make sure you’re wearing simple layers and not dressed for winter. Another tip is to put all of your jewelry, watch in the baggage as you can always doll up when you’ve reached your destination or in the hotel.
Even though all of this process might sound complicated, never argue with the airport staff, as whatever happens they have the authority to cancel your flight. If you want a pleasant vacation experience just cooperate and obey what they want (as long as it doesn’t break the human right that is.)
Be on time
Always be early before your flight, perhaps an hour or half an hour before your trip. Doing this will ensure you on getting the board without any hassle or having to wait in the line, and also to anticipate in case there are some incidents (such as having to reduce the weight of your luggage, getting some stuff from the store, etc.)