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As airline baggage requirements get more specific, now it is more important than ever to be an informed traveler. Follow the most recent baggage policies and these helpful tips to guarantee smooth travel.
Here are some general guidelines to help you travel well.
Know what you can carry. Check with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) website for all the rules and regulations by visiting TSA.gov
Follow the 3-1-1 rule for carry-ons. Liquids, gels, aerosols, creams and pastes must be 3.4 ounces (100ml) or less per container; must be in 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin. The bag limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. More Details
Check for items you’re unsure about. Scissors, razors, knives and other sharp objects must be transported in checked luggage. Prohibited Items
Make contact. By including your name and address on the inside and outside of every bag, your luggage will always find you.
Customize the look of your bag. This makes it easier to identify. A piece of fabric or distinctive tag can help you distinguish your bag from all the others.
Keep valuable items with you. It’s that easy.
Try traveling with carry-on luggage only. By traveling this way, you don’t risk having your checked luggage lost or stolen.
Don’t put heavy items overhead. The weight limit for carry on luggage is generally 40lbs, but even this can be heavy (and dangerous) in the overhead bin.
Check the tag. Make sure the airline tag on your luggage is headed to the correct destination.
Keep the stub. The stub from your checked luggage is your proof of ownership. Take a picture of this on your phone just in case you lose it. Some airlines allows you to track luggage through their mobile app. Check with your carrier’s app to see if this is available to you.
Report lost luggage. If a checked bag doesn’t make it to your destination, immediately report the loss to the baggage agent on duty for your particular airline.
Pack smart. In other words, don’t put all your goods in one basket. Distribute key items across a couple bags so you can continue your trip if one bag is lost.