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how to avoid widespread travel
The mishandling of travel bags is not an unusual phenomenon during air travel. The US Division
of Transportation lately reported that for each 200 passengers flying domestic on the 10 largest
US airlines, at the very least one person files a mishandled baggage account.
Losing one's suitcase is a particular headache for travelers. To steer clear of such mishaps, the
following advice are beneficial:
Travel with solely carry-on luggage. You take your travel bags with you contained in the cabin, so
you shouldn't have to worry about them being lost or stolen. Generally, a passenger is allowed 2
items of carry-on baggage, one for the overhead bin and the opposite for under the seat. Further
things comparable to umbrellas and baby strollers are additionally permitted.
Do not put heavy things in the overhead storage area. Even light-weight objects may cause
critical accidents in the event that they fall out of the overhead. The maximum weight for carry-on
baggage is forty kilos, and they should not be bigger than 9" x 14" x 22". Put your contact info on
every bag. Stick a label on the outside of all of your travel bags including your name and address.
Put a second alongside together with your itinerary inside your travel bags. This will assist the
airline find your bags in case they're lost. This measure must also be in your carry-on baggage,
just in case you should check them in at the final moment.
Customise the look of your travel bags. Many bags have comparable designs. So, customise your
checked luggage to make them easier to see on the luggage carousel and to stop other travellers
from grabbing them by accident. Keep your valuables with you. Store your important possessions,
similar to money, jewelry, laptop computer computers and digital recordsdata in your carry-on
baggage so they'd not get lost.
Confirm the correctness of airline tags in your luggage. The three-letter identifier tagged on your
checked baggage should match your destination airport. When unsure, check together with your
ticket agent. Hold the stub out of your checked luggage. The stub is an important key to figuring
out your bags in case it is misplaced or picked up by someone else by accident.
Immediately report misplaced checked luggage. If your luggage has not { turned up at your
vacation spot, inform the bags agents on duty or any of your airline's representatives accessible
right away.
Anticipate the loss of a bag. It is always better to be protected than not. Pack your bags in such a
way that the loss of a bag will not hamper your holiday. Allocate garments and underwear
amongst your travel bags. When you have a business meeting and are carrying presentation
materials with you, either pack backup copies in another bag or have it despatched ahead of you.
Do not pack hazardous objects. Some objects, while commonplace and essential at home or
within the office, pose a safety threat to passengers and crew within the cabin. In case your airline
allows them in checked baggage, ensure that they're packed properly.

As always, verify along with your airline their insurance policies and guidelines regarding baggage
before you travel.
Frances J. Glancy is a well-known freelance writer. Visit Travel Bags World for more information.


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