Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Offers Tips for Reducing Complaints While Flying

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club, a leading luxury vacation provider in the Dominican Republic, shares ways to make flying less stressful by offering tips to avoid common complaints.
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PUERTO PLATA, Dominican Republic - May 19, 2014 - PRLog -- The Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club complaints reduction team knows that navigating through airports can be hectic. Sometimes, a bad airport experience can set a negative tone for a vacation before it even starts. However, LHVC knows that by following these few suggestions, traveling through the airport to get to a traveler’s final destination can be a breeze.

1. Online check-in

Technology can be a wonderful thing. Eliminating the need to stand in line to check-in for a flight is one great example of how traveling is made easier through technology. Gone are the days when travelers need to arrive two or more hours ahead of time only to wait in long lines, however, it is still advisable to arrive at least an hour before departure time. For those unable to access the Internet, check-in kiosks are available in most major airports.

2. Carry-on and checked luggage

Unfortunately, with a need for tighter security, airports world-wide have changed their regulations regarding carry-ons. Only certain items are allowed inside the passenger areas of planes and some things are regulated by weight and size. The Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club complaints reduction team realizes that it’s important to know what is acceptable and what needs to be stowed in checked luggage so as not to waste costly time when going through the security check points. The Transportation Service Administration (TSA) has listed everything flyers need to know about standards on its website.

3. Security check points

With tighter security standards comes stricter and more thorough security checks. Being prepared before reaching the check-in point will save a lot of time and eliminate unnecessary headaches. The Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club complaints reduction team recommends having passports, I.D., and boarding passes out and ready to be viewed before getting to the TSA checkpoint. Having electronic devices, shoes, belts and coins ready to be put on the conveyer belt will help move the process along quickly as well.

4. Snacks and entertainment

Even though some waiting time can be eliminated by checking in online, there still tends to be downtime between reaching the gate and actually taking off. The Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club complaints reduction team suggests that travelers pack small snacks and bring something to occupy their time with. If traveling with children, be sure to bring a variety of items that will help them pass the time. Books, puzzles and coloring books are easy to pack and can provide hours of entertainment. Electronic devices are usually compact and offer a wide array of options as well.

For more information and other great traveling tips, contact Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club today at

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