1. Valid Travel Documents:
Make sure to have valid travel documents, including a driver's license or government-issued identification card, passport (if necessary), and any other relevant visas.
2. Travel Itinerary:
Have your flight itinerary handy so you know the exact date, times, and locations of your flights.
3. Booking Confirmation Code:
Store your booking confirmation code somewhere easily accessible in case there are changes to your flight arrangements that need to be made.
Ensure that all luggage is properly packed and labeled with the correct address and contact information before leaving for the airport. Also, make sure it meets all weight restrictions for checked baggage on your airline of choice or choose appropriate carry-on luggage.
5. Personal Belongings:
Make sure to double-check all personal belongings like clothing, electronics, and toiletries that you plan to bring on the plane. It’s a good idea to also have a list of these items that you can tick off before leaving your house.
6. Food & Drinks:
Bring snacks, or buy food and drinks at the airport if necessary. Since some airlines are cutting back on in-flight meal services during this time, it’s important to be prepared with meals for your flight if needed.
Have any prescription medications ready and accessible for use during the flight as well as any over-the-counter medications that you may need.
Be sure to have chargers, cables, and power banks ready for use on the plane if needed. Also, make sure to turn off any electronics before takeoff and landing.