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Learn some tips for business travel, such as how understanding the airport process from boarding pass to baggage claim to ...
minimize problems that may occur.
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Hi, I’m Kathy Ameche. I’m the author of the Woman Road Warrior, a woman’s guide to business travel. I’m discussing how you can get the most of your business travel with a least stress.
Now, I’m going to walk you through the airport process so you can get throughout with little difficulty. Let’s go through it step by step on the day of your trip, from boarding pass to baggage claim. Start the day with your gang face on. Expects new selling, probably ready to adapt as the day progresses, be sure you leave a copy of your antennary with someone else, bring minimal credit cards to at most, know your motive transportation to the airport and your home city, destination city and when you return home. Check in the night before and print out your boarding pass at home, don’t waste time at the airport. Your luggage should be packed and ready to go along with your brief case.
And what exactly is a woman road warrior’s brief case? A binder clip that keeps the hotel current shift without having to move furniture, computer, PDA or cell phone plus a chargers, a wrap, climate control on airplane is always an issue for me, plus it reminds me of home, pack food drink for six-hour delay, a drinking straw, nasal spray, antiseptic wipes, flashlight, zip lock back and of course your iPod.
When you arrived at the airport, check your flight status that had for the airport launched. It’s a great place to do business and if you are delayed, it’s worth the price to be out of the terminal ma’am. If you are not a frequent traveler, most airlines offered day pass which can be well worth it.
Here’s how to get through security with this. When choosing your travel clothing, pick business casual and items you can slip on and off easily. Don’t travel with shoes that are lay step, if you can’t avoid it. It takes along to get through security. Most of us don’t like walking in the airport, floor barefoot. Also, keep a pair of socks or treads with you when you travel. Liquids still need to be in a three ounce or less container, however, your medicines are not subject to the same rules. I was two different size zip top bags. Put them through security to avoid confusion. Once you’re on the airplane, always check were Xs are. Keep your cell phone on your body if you need to exit quickly and bring your own food.
Here’s what to do if you’re stocked on the plane. We often hear about passengers being stocked on an airplane for in order in amount of time, even over six hours. If this happens to you, technology can help you if you use it correctly. Twitter your predicament and get all of the other passengers to do this too. Then contact the local TV station and ask for the assignment desk, explain your situation, give the individual who answers the phone details and see if they might be able to contact the airline and lobby on your behalf. Remember to give them your cell phone so they contact to you. Then email customer service of the airline you were on and also email the CEO of the airline you were on. Most email naming conventions are first initial, last name at the airline.com.
So that’s how you can get to the airport quickly an efficiently. Up next, I’m going to talk about the basics of traveling alone and with a group.