Nov 13, 2011

Travel Tips for Honeymooners

You are going your honeymoon and I'm sure you do not want to spend any extra time waiting in lines at the airport.

Here are a few tips that will help you process through the long holiday lines at your airport. When packing your carry-on luggage you should do it in layers by this I mean a layer of clothes and if you have any electronics next and then any heavier items. By doing this it will help the security officer to better determine what is in your bag many innocent items look different when going through the x-ray if they are just thrown about the bag.

Do not pack items such as laptops over sized electronics DVD players and video cameras in checked baggage these items have to go through x-ray separately. Clear liquid must be packed in a zip top clear plastic bag. A good rule to go by is when in doubt leave it out. Of course you should have all your travel documents ready to give the security people when entering the gate area this will make the line moved much faster also. If you go to the Homeland Security website you may see a complete list of what can not be brought on an aircraft and also more travel tips.

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