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February 17, 2016

Avoid Common Business Travel Mishaps

Mishaps can strike any traveler, no matter how seasoned. Here’s how frequent fliers avoid problems en route:
  • Check your layover. Always allow an hour for a domestic layover and two hours for an international flight.
  • Never, ever check a bag. Unless you want it to get lost.
  • Know your airports. Figure out which always have terrible lines, which have amazingly fast intra-airport monorails, and which will make you clear security again mid-layover.
  • Try to clear customs at your destination, not en route.This way at least you’re in the right country if you end up in a long line.
  • Never take the last plane home. Book the third-to-last or second-to-last flight in case you get bumped.

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