These airport tricks are very useful, but most people don’t know about them.

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10. Use Travel Kits/Cubes To Conserve Space In Your Luggage: Packing is definitely a tricky part of the travel experience and should be prioritized in advance. You don’t want to be stuck last minute at home removing things from your luggage, or even worse, at the airport.

9. Consider Late Night Flights For Easier Travel Experiences. During late night flights, there are usually fewer passengers and fewer travelers with kids. We’ve all had experiences with babies and children crying or making noise that kept us from resting on flights. Because fewer people travel on late night flits, your wait-time in lines are usually much faster.

8. Choose Your Seat Ahead Of Time On Your Airline’s Website. Your airline’s website will always include a seating map, and though it may come at an extra cost to book in advance, it would be wise if you require special seating or have a certain preference. Emergency exit seats will have more leg space, as well as the seats at the very front or end of the aircraft. And the back of the airplane tends to have the seemingly endless line for the washroom if that is something that can potentially bother you.

7. Prepare For Jet-Lag In Advance. Depending on where you’re flying to, there may or may not be a time zone difference. However, for many destinations, jet lag is something that many travelers have suffered from, and it’s best to be prepared ahead of time for this. Check the local time of your destination to try to adjust your schedule accordingly before departing. It can be a tough time if you arrive in another time zone with little sleep, and are forced to navigate your way around.

6. Free Wi-Fi Can Be Found Anywhere At The Airport. In this day and age, most people try to connect to Wi-Fi in almost any building that they enter. Luckily for travelers, airports have terminal-wide Wi-Fi that you can enjoy before departure. This can help you pass the time as you wait to board your flight, and can be found almost anywhere at your local airport. Whether you want to browse social media or get work done on your laptop, you can enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi and plug in until you leave.

5. Fly With A Pet If You’re Afraid Of Flying Alone. If you’re traveling alone for the first time, or have a fear of flying, you may be allowed to travel with your pet, if you have one. You can get special permission from your psychologist if you require your pet for support, and some European or American airlines will allow you this luxury.

4. Buy A Pass To The Lounge Zone If Spending Excess Time At The Airport. Lounge zones are available at most airports for travelers and aren’t very expensive either. There, you will find a less crowded waiting area, food and drink spots, internet connection, and resting spots with couches. Sometimes, you’ll even get a shower area and private rooms to sleep in, which are all included in your fee.

3. Check The “Lost And Found” For Free Headphones If You Forgot Yours. For many travelers, earphones and headphones are important because they allow them to plug into their chosen entertainment during their journey. In the unfortunate case that you forgot yours, you may be in luck. People lose things all the time at the airport, and after three months of not being claimed, cheap items can be given to you for free at the discretion of employees.

2. Use Airport Assistance For Young Travelers, Disabled, And Elderly. Depending on the airplane you’ve chosen, there is airport assistance available for those in need. Whether it is for a young traveler flying alone for the first time, or a senior who requires boarding assistance, airports and airlines work to ensure that you are given the travel assistance you need.

1. Use A GPS-Tracker To Locate Your Luggage. It’s everyone’s worst nightmare: losing your luggage at the airport once you reach your destination, or even misplacing your luggage before check in. Fortunately for modern-day travel, there are GPS-tracker apps that can be paired with luggage. You can even have a keychain attached to your luggage that has a built-in GPS, which will allow you to track your luggage if it gets misplaced or lost. This can be quite the obstacle to face during your travels, and it’s important to try and prevent it at any cost.

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