- REMEMBER YOUR ID
Some countries allow you to travel domestically without a passport, but that doesn’t mean you should leave all of your ID at home. You’ll still often need ID (such as a driver’s license or a current passport) to check-in for your flight, so remember to pack a form of identification so you can check-in and board your flight smoothly.
- ARRIVE AT THE AIRPORT ON TIME
Most often, people tend to leave for the airport 30mins before boarding forgetting that traffic might come in their way. This issue has cost a lot of flights for passengers and the best way to beat it is by leaving home as early as 1hr before boarding at least. This will allow you to check in smoothly and on time.
- ALWAYS IDENTIFY YOUR LUGGAGE AT THE FEET OF THE PLANE
After checking in your luggage, all other luggage’s are being carried to the fleet of the plane for final identification before loading in the plane, all passengers are now required to identify their luggage’s at that point to avoid missing luggage because any unidentified luggage will not be loaded into the plane.
- ALWAYS CHECK IN YOUR LUGGAGE BY YOURSELF
Checking your luggage’s by yourself is one of the safest thing to do when travelling domestic or international. Things have changed and crimes are high to the point that people would do anything to achieve their goals. Many of us have heard a story or more about incriminating things being slipped into people’s luggage’s and at the end of the day innocent people go down for a crime they didn’t commit. Always check in yourself to avoid such incidents
- ALWAYS COLLECT YOUR LUGGAGE TAG
This is very important after checking in your luggage because your tag is the only evidence that you have checked a luggage, and also in the case of missing luggage.
- MISSING ITEM OR LUGGAGE? TALK TO THE RIGHT PERSON
Missing luggage? Always contact or talk to the right person whenever you have a missing luggage or item. Panicking is the last thing a passenger should do! Talk to the airline employers and the right procedures would be followed to find your missing items. There is a process for these things at every airport.