San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 21, 2014
Flying is possibly the most-popular way of traveling. That also means that many people are flying at the same time, especially in the busy summer season. To help, Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go executive, lists ways for travelers to make navigating the airport a breeze.
1. ON-LINE CHECK-IN - In this age of technology, checking in for a flight has never been easier with mobile apps, websites, and kiosks. Most airlines offer pre check-in as a way to avoid long lines at the airline counter. This also makes checking flight delays and departure times super easy.
2. SECURITY CHECK-IN - New security measures have been implemented in recent years, and keeping up with the every changing rules can seem difficult. Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go executive, knows how frustrating it is to be stuck in the security line waiting while agents go through the passenger's bags because they did not follow the guidelines. Avoid being “that guy” and visit the Transportation Security Agency online at http://www.tsa.gov for up to the minute regulations.
3. AIRPORT NAVIGATION - Tommy Middaugh of Travel To Go understands that even the smaller airports can be confusing and difficult to maneuver. The mega airports are even harder. In order to avoid getting lost and wasting precious time wandering the terminals, try mapping out important places in the airport including departure gate, restaurants, shops and restrooms. Be sure to allow enough time for returning to the gate before the plane departs!
4. BACK-UP PLAN - Unfortunately, things happen that interfere with the best-laid plans. Delays can be terribly frustrating when stuck at the airport. Having a back-up plan may not be ideal to alleviate all of the stress that comes with sudden changes, but it might make the wait more bearable. Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go executive, suggests bringing books, games, and other entertainment items to help pass the time. A light weight blanket may come in handy if a traveler wants to nap during a flight delay. If travelers are on a tight timeline, checking into train or bus schedules as a back-up may be a good idea.
Flying may not always be easy, but with these tips, Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go executive, hopes that it can improve greatly and let travelers have a great getaway. For more information on great travel opportunities, visit http://www.traveltogo.com/.
Travel To Go
7964 B Arjons Drive
San Diego, CA 92126, USA
Phone: (800) 477-6331