Traveling during the holidays?

Traveling during the holidays

 Here are our special tips:

According to Forbes, the year-end holidays are the busiest months to travel, with over 99 million Americans traveling over the nine day period in 2014 and 2015…and we know this year will be no different. Other than closing dates and final reports, the end of the calendar year also means celebrating Christmas and New Year with family and friends, meaning that airports, stations and roads are full of people, so if you are going to travel this Christmas, pay attention to our useful tips that will make this time off less stressful  for you.

Book in advance

Wherever you go, there golden rule always applies, book in advance. The month of December is one of the dates with more air traffic and crowds of people. If you have been thinking about your Christmas getaway, do not wait until the last minute to book your flights, your hotel or your tickets to a show. Waiting longer means there’s a less chance of finding a place and more options to increase costs. The ideal thing is to book, minimum, one month in advance.

At the airport

If you already have your tickets, remember that there will be many other people that will also trave on the 23th and 24th of December, so make sure you arrive to the airport at least 2 hours in advance if you’re checking a bag. If you’re traveling light with a carry-on bag, check-in online, you’ll save time and the tedious lines.

Have your communication devices fully charged

Expect the unexpected when traveling this holiday season, you never know what can happen. For those small unforeseen events or mishaps that are so inappropriate and unwanted, you should always try to be available and communicated. Keep your mobile phone handy, try to take it with a full battery and, in case you fly, bring your phone’s charger in your purse or hand luggage, it can save your life on more than one occasion and avoid unnecessary worries.

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