There are so many things to consider; which route to take, when to arrive, parking, checking in and whether to stay overnight so you are in time for check-in.
The often-quoted advice from Susan Heller is: “When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then take half the clothes and twice the money.”
Even without worrying about packing, airport travel can be a very stressful experience which is not what you need at the start or finish of your journey.
The good news is The Suitcase Survival Guide is on the web. The Suitcase Survival Guide is the brainchild of Luton Airport and it is something every travel hub should copy.
Getting simple, clear and free advice from the people in the know makes sense from everyone’s point of view. For the traveller there are tips to make planning your journey easier and for the airport, presumably, a reduction in late check-ins, parking panics and unhappy customers.
The Suitcase Survival Guide on Luton Airport’s website also includes important information you’ll need if you are travelling with a child or if you are disabled or infirm. What a great idea!
You have all the information you need to plan your journey to and through the airport from the comfort of your armchair at home. If you are planning to fly to any one of the 90 international destinations it serves you’ll need a Luton airport hotel and finding that is simple too, just Google hotels in Luton.
More people than ever are booking overnight accommodation so they don’t have a mad rush on departure morning. In these times of increased security checks there is no such thing as rushing through the gates at the last minute so you need to leave plenty of time. Staying overnight makes sense and you will also arrive cool, calm and collected for your journey.
If you can’t face the trauma of finding a parking space and then transferring to the terminal many airports offer meet and greet parking. You simply leave your car with staff at the airport door and you are whisked inside. The icing on the cake is a valet service so your car will be shining after your two weeks in the sun. For business travellers, meet and greet parking services also save valuable time.
As with any journey, flying requires careful planning if it is to be stress free. It is worth investing a little time on checking the detail well in advance. With so much information now available on the web there is really no excuse for doing your homework to ensure you have a great getaway.
Visit : http://www.ramadaencorelutonairport.co.uk/