Global Vacation Ventures Highlights Top Three Ways Reduce Stress at Airports During Fall Vacations

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Global Vacation Ventures is releasing helpful tips that are designed to save travelers time and reduce airport-induced vacation stress when taking their next vacation this fall.

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Global Vacation Ventures is dedicated to ensuring that their members have the best vacation experience possible. Since many vacations begin, and end, at airports it is important that the time at there is as smooth as possible. Starting a vacation off with a sour airport experience can taint the rest of the trip, and no one wants to end their vacation on a negative note. With these concerns in mind, Global Vacation Ventures is addressing a few ways that travelers can save themselves from unneeded airport stress.

1. Arriving early is key.
One of the best and easiest ways to avoid unneeded airport stress is by just arriving at the airport early. Factor in traffic, security wait times, and check-in times, and add an hour to that. The great thing about airports is that there is always something to do with some extra downtime. Pull out a laptop or tablet and browse the Internet using the airport's wireless, grab a bite or a drink at the airports various cafes and eateries, or even just have a seat and read a book.

2. Know one’s luggage.
The second tip from Global Vacation Ventures is to conduct a bit of pre-vacation research regarding the airline's luggage policies. Perhaps nothing is as stressful as being short on time and being told that the luggage will need to be downsized in order to be accepted, or that a certain item is not allowed in a carry-on bag. Also, take into consideration the items may need to be scanned separately such as laptops, camera equipment, or tablets. Try to remember this while packing, keeping these items close to the top of the luggage for easy access at the security checkpoint.

3. Stay calm.
Finally, for some, the time aboard the airplane can be just as stressful as the rush to board the aircraft. Global Vacation Ventures knows that many people feel crowded and claustrophobic on airplanes but, with a few items, the stress can be largely alleviated. The first trick is to be comfortable. Wear loose-fitting clothing, and wear socks as some people experience swelling in their feet due to the shifts in altitude. While shoes constrict the swelling causing discomfort, socks are much more versatile and can keep feet warm and comfortable throughout the entire flight.

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