It’s always a possibility when you take your next trip and check your luggage that it might not make it to your destination. Keith Mulvihill from Budget Travel has a very informative article about luggage.
Here are 8 steps you can take to reduce the risk of losing your luggage:
- Double-check the tag the airline personnel have attached to your luggage for the correct destination.
- Indentify your bag in multiple places inside and outside your luggage.
- Pack a copy of your itinerary so that airline workers will know where to route your bag.
- Take a picture or video of what’s inside your bag as you pack.
- Before checking your bag, take off any removable straps.
- Allow time to check in for your flight.
- Use the airline’s counter to check your bags, not the curbside.
- Differentiate your bag with colorful duct tape or use a suitcase that isn’t black or navy.
For the full article, check here.
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