Travel Tips On Heading to The Airport, At The Airport, In The Air, After Landing

Make sure you have everything you need packed, and always check back with the Airline and Airport for your flight times. It is very important to keep track of your flight schedule at least 12-24 hours prior to

departure as it is the travelers responsibility to make sure your on time for your flight and your at the boarding area well in advanced before getting in the airplane. Check in at least 3 hours before departure. We

always arrive more than 3 hours before our flight. It makes life that much easier because you know your going away that day, so you must always look at the time. Make sure you have all your important

documents such as passports, tickets, visas(if required), your declaration cards, whatever it may be. Now that there are a liquids and aerosol bans, make sure you get the right travel bottles to put the liquids in

and make sure they don’t exceed 100ml or you will be required to put them in your checked baggage. The best way to get through security is to empty out your pockets before heading to security to save more

time and the process will be much easier and you will be on your way to your airline gate faster. Due to where your destination is and what airline you will travel with always check out the maximum allowance of how

much weight you can carry in your checked and carry on baggage. If it exceeds the amount allowed, you may have to pay for each pound or each kilo added. So pack smart and pack efficiently. If you are

sending gifts or items, please do not wrap them because it maybe inspected. It is always the travelers responsibility to double check everything or you maybe denied boarding. In my past experiences, being on

time for your flight and being in the boarding area of maximum an hour or hour and a half before your flight is crucial because the flight attendants and airline ground workers will already start announcing your flight,

then they start announcing passengers between for example rows 1-15 please start boarding or 15-32. Through what I have witnessed that has happened people arrive to the gate 10 minutes before the flight

leaves. you do not want that. You want to be rested, relaxed and enjoying your trip without the sudden rush. It depends if your connecting flights though, but just relax and enjoy your airport experience and get

to places on time.

Here are some websites to help you out in your travels —

This is the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority: http://www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca/Home.aspx?ID=1

Sunwing Airlines http://www.flysunwing.com/

Toronto Pearson Airport http://www.gtaa.com

Canada’s Airports http://www.cacairports.ca/english/

Itravel2000 http://www.itravel2000.com/HomePage.aspx

One thought on “Travel Tips On Heading to The Airport, At The Airport, In The Air, After Landing

  1. theoldfellowgoesrunning says:

    This is great information. It has been 10 years since I have flown. I would love to take a vacation south, but seem to get more anxious about flying with each passing year.

    Being very prepared, in what you have shared,, is maybe what is needed to get on that flight.

    Thank you so much for sharing. 🙂

    ~Carl~

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