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									Best Air Travel Tips
An air trip can easily be ruined when something goes wrong. Don't take the risk - use this list of tips to help plan and execute your air trip without
mishaps. This is a useful checklist for any air traveler.


Make sure your passport is not about to expire. Most people never think of this until it's too late. It needs to be valid for at least six months beyond
your return dates of travel. Some countries require that your passport be valid for at least six months or you may be refused entry.


It is important to decide what you will be taking as onboard hand luggage and what you will be consigning separately. Do this several days before you
travel as it could affect what luggage bags you take. It could also affect your air ticket booking, particularly if booking online. Check that you know
what luggage restrictions may apply.


Confirm flight times and dates for all portions of your trip to make sure that it matches up with your information.


Make a photocopy of your air travel itinerary and your passport photo page, and leave copies with your workplace and family members or friends. This
is a very useful contingency in case you suffer a mishap or in case you need to be contacted in an emergency. Include phone numbers and
addresses of where you can be contacted.


When traveling internationally make sure that you have any visas that may be required. Verify if there are business or tourist visas and which one best
suits the purpose of your travel.


Make a photocopy of your passport, visas and other essential travel information. Pack this copy in your luggage in case the original documents are
stolen or lost.


Take a copy of your medical history with you in case of a medical requerement. This simply means listing any medical conditions, blood type, etc. If
you are allergic to any medications, or have special medical needs, include this information. When traveling internationally try to have this document
translated to the local language of travel.


If you are traveling internationally try to have key phrases written in the local language such as please, thank you, where is, help, and so on. You just
need a small slip of paper with a dozen or so key phrases.


Thieves and opportunists also travel by air. Therefore do not assume that the airline cabin is a theft-free zone. Never leave valuables on or near your
airline seat - always take them with you when leaving your seat.


Always be aware of your surroundings while at the airport. Thieves go to airport specifically to steal.


For the latest tips relating to the air trip itself, see Air Travel Safety Secrets (see contact details below). This free ebook reveals air travel information
that airlines don't tell you. Anybody traveling by air should see this ebook.


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