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Mistakes Made by Those Flying for the First Time

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Mistakes made by those flying for the first time

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Flight plane is one of the sweetest, fastest and safest ways to transport over long distances. If you have to experience this for the first time, take care to avoid the most common mistakes.

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If you plan to travel by plane for the first time, inform yourself what you must do to avoid being taken unawares. Do not take too much luggage, check the validity of documents and be careful not to bring liquids in hand luggage in containers larger than 100 milliliters, writes TopBuzz.com. The most common mistakes they make those traveling for the first time: You choose your look a certain place Whether you prefer the window seat, the next lane or the middle, make sure you specify this in due time. If you have forgotten or have not received this when you purchased your ticket, check the airline website if possible to choose a specific place and how you can do this. Check airplane seat map to be sure that your chosen number advantage. Too much luggage Every time you prepare your package for a trip you tend to take more clothes than you need. Makes a list of things you really need and avoid to bring you articles that you will not use.

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Do not choose the right size for your luggage Domestic and international travel have different rules when it comes to luggage size. Before leaving the airport, make sure your luggage fits into the requirements of the airline. Bring liquids in containers larger than 100 ml Points check in hand luggage must be checked for liquids and other objects and substances prohibited. Do not care small body bag, perfume, juices or other liquid, because you have to discard them. Do not check the validity of documents There is nothing more unpleasant than to book your dream vacation and realize the last minute that your passport or expired. So, it never hurts to check the validity of documents before you buy tickets for the next trip. Do not plan everything in advance When it comes to travel the world, time can surprise us. Do not forget to check the time of signing, if you mistyped the name on the ticket, how long way to the airport and destination time zone you’re headed.

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Neglect your mobile phone Before leaving the country, remember to contact your service provider to activate your voice and data roaming. If you do not want to use the internet while traveling abroad, turn off data roaming to avoid additional costs. Do not forget to download different applications trip, you can use the premises offering free Wi-Fi. Change too much money before you travel It’s a good idea to have on hand a sum of money in local currency, but do not overdo it when you go to currency exchange. Besides that you can avoid running out of money in the event of loss or theft of the wallet, the exchange rate may be better if you take out money from ATMs in the city to get there. Wear uncomfortable clothes Try to dress comfortably as you travel by plane. Choose shoes and loose clothing that will ensure your comfort during the flight.


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