Some Great Tips before your Travel
Most countries require that your passport must be valid at least 6 months after the rerun dates. Ensure to have a valid passport and if you are unsure about the validity always ask your travel consultant.
2. Visa requirment
It always recommended to get an entry visa prior to your travel to avoid disappointment upon arrival. Always ask your travel consultant for visa requirements and assistance.
3.Check your itinerary.
Always check your flight/booking itineraries before you pay for it. Ensure that names are correct as per passport, and your travel dates are correct as per your request.
4. Departure date..
Always ensure to check in for your departure 3 hours before departure,If for any reason you feel that you are not able to travel on the day it is important to advise your travel agent at least 6 hours prior to departure to avoid additional chargers by airlines for " No Show"
In the past, you may have been able to fit everything into your carry-on without having to check any baggage. However, the rules about liquids and gels make this a trickier proposition. For the record, you may bring liquids and gels in 100 ML or smaller containers, packed within a single, quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag. you’ll have to pack the items in your checked luggage. Always adhere to check in luggage allowances additional luggage can be very expensive on your pockets
6. Take advantage of shortcuts.
The latest self-service developments in online travel can be tremendous time-savers during peak travel times. Whenever possible, print your boarding passes at home or pull up your boarding pass or on your smartphone.
7. Keep your cool.
Don’t lose your temper at airports, even if things go wrong. Airline employees have considerable power over your well-being. Unfortunately, some enjoy wielding it against you, and few respond well to anger.
Remember! Safe travel is happy travel..
By Allen Haddad