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The Do's & Don’ts of Flying for the First Time October 22, 2019

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The Do's & Don’ts of Flying for the First Time, Brooklyn, New York

Flying can be an exciting and enjoyable experience, but for those who have never done it before, it may also be a bit nerve-racking. Luckily, with the right level of preparation, you can ensure a hassle-free experience from the moment your car service arrives until you reach your destination. Explore some helpful do’s and don’ts for first-time flyers below.

Do:

Read up on your airline’s policies and requirements.

Many first-time plane passengers find a sense of ease in knowing exactly what to expect from their airport and flight experience. This means familiarizing yourself with your airline’s cancellation policy, learning about online boarding passes you can use to check in and board, and browsing through travel restrictions. For example, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security states that fluids must be limited to 3.4 ounces or less, but your airline may have their own specific restrictions or policies as well.

Schedule car service to get to and from the airport.

car serviceOften, the hassle of arriving on time for departure is more stressful than flying itself. For this reason, scheduling car service well in advance can take a significant burden off your shoulders. You’ll also be able to avoid the hassle and fees of airport parking. Plus, experienced drivers can help to ensure you arrive long before boarding time to minimize any stress.

Don’t:

Go overboard with your luggage.

It’s easy to stuff travel supplies into your car when packing for road trips, but flying necessitates light packing. If you’re prepping for a short trip, try to fit all of your essentials in a single carry on. This can help you avoid any fees from checked bags. You’ll also save time at the airport by avoiding the need to check and retrieve bigger luggage. Each airline has its own carry-on size regulations, so research yours before packing. 

Wear intricate accessories or shoes.

To navigate airport security lines, you’ll likely need to remove any shoes, accessories, and extra layers of clothing. These items will then be placed on a conveyor belt for screening. To prevent line hold-ups, keep your attire and accessories as practical as possible. Shoes that slip on and off easily, backpacks you can take on and off without hassle, and a lightweight layer to wear for the plane are all smart choices.

 

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