Airport Guide for Beginners

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Traveling can be one of the most exciting feelings, especially if you’re taking a break after months of your hard work. Although fun, sometimes traveling can be quite a hassle as there’s a lot of laws and regulations to follow on the airport, they can be quite strict and perhaps quite annoying, but they’re just doing their job, which is to keep everyone’s safe and moving according to what they had already planned. If this is your first time traveling by plane, then worry no further, here we have listed several tips on what to do and what not to do in an airport.

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During the process of boarding, you are not allowed to bring any liquid in any form or any container. They are doing this to prevent any drug smuggling, so make sure you finish your coffee and throw away any water you might have on your water bottle. Do not worry; some airports usually have a small water fountain where you can re-fill your water bottle. If not, they typically have a vending machine right after the checking process if you are thirsty.

Tip: never argue with the airport security staff, always follow the law, and if you want to complain, do it later to avoid a lousy traveling experience. Make sure you check Flying Anarchy for aviation and travel guides.

Dress simple

During the process of checking with the metal detector, it is best if you dress simple, perhaps a t-shirt with a jacket and some jeans is enough. The reason is that you’ll get stripped down if you’re wearing too many layers and this can earn you a glare from the other passengers, which is something that you do not want. Make sure that you remove any accessories during the checking as well.

Know what you can bringtools

Always read the rules as the airport can be quite strict on what you can bring. Although you can bring adult toys with you to the airport, you’re not allowed to bring nail clippers with a small knife on the clipper, as it is considered as a weapon.

Tip: always research the internet for a list of what you can bring and what you’re not allowed, this will help you a lot if you’re thinking of buying specific souvenirs that you’re going to take home.

Those are several simple tips that we can offer before your flight; we hope you have a memorable traveling experience.