“The worst offenders are people who abuse the carry-on luggage limit and take up more space than they are supposed to get,” says Raymond Lee, a finance director for a consumer goods company in New York and a frequent traveler. “They are also the ones who will put their luggage sideways and take up more space for no reason other than they just don’t care to do it right.”
|Know suitcase limits for the|
airline on which you are flying.
|Tag luggage before arriving at |
|Packing lightly makes the|
whole process go smoother.
|Be kind and patient when waiting at luggage carousels.|
|Backpacks are easier for kids|
to manage themselves.
“Don’t let children wheel their own suitcases through the airport,” says Evie Granville, a writer from Houston who hosts a lifestyle podcast that often deals with etiquette issues. “Instead, pack a backpack for them to carry.”
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