Baggage Information

Tips on Avoiding Baggage Problems

Pack all essential items (medicine, keys, passport, ticket, important documents, critical for the child and valuables) in your carry-on- baggage.

Don't over pack your baggage. This puts pressure on the latches, making it easier to spring open.

Pack your own baggage. Keep them locked at all times.

Put a tag on the inside and outside of your baggage with your name, address, and phone numbers. The airlines provide free stick-on tags. Most carriers also have "privacy tags" which conceal this information from passersby. 
Don't leave Baggage unattended or with someone you don't know. 
Watch your bags and personal belongings at all times.
Make sure that you get a claim check for every bag that you check. Don't throw them away until your bags are returned. Not only will you need them if a claim is necessary, but you may need to show them to security upon leaving the baggage-claim area. 
Verify that the agent checking your bags attaches a destination tag to each one. Remove tags from previous trips to avoid confusion. Check to see that these tags show the correct three-letter code for your destination airport. 
Some companies and travel agencies offer optional baggage insurance. Buy "excess valuation" from the airline if your baggage is worth more than the airline's liability limit. 

How can we best protect our baby when we fly?
When making your booking, check with airline on what arrangements they are providing for the safe transport of your infant. You may follow their recommendations for using appropriate arrangements for your child. 
Take all essential items for the child in carry-on luggage. Including a child restraint system appropriate for their weight. Children under the age of 2 may be carried on your lap, but the lap child should have some kind of restraint system. 
It is advisable to carry your baby on a front pack or a snap-front jacket (Body suits for babies). The baby is installed in it and it is then worn on the front of the parent so that the baby is hugging the chest of the parent.
Keep your child belted in or in a child restraint system at all times.
Make sure you are aware of emergency equipment or procedures that would apply to your child. It is the responsibility of the parent or responsible adult to take care of any children.


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