5 Ways To Save Time In The Airport
Many travelers would agree that spending time in the airport is their least favorite part of travel. Airport traffic is increasing every year, with added time to check-in and security measures. Generally arriving two hours before a domestic flight, and three hours before an international flight is the safety net rule—adding to the overall travel time.
Really, there’s nothing quite like the “Welcome Home” of U.S Customs & Border Protection declaration forms and security checks. If you’ve had enough of the lines and want to minimize your time in the airport, here are 5 travel-savvy ways to save time in the airport:
Sign up for TSA Pre-Check. According to TSA, this trusted traveler program boasts of less than 5 min TSA security wait time for 92% of travelers in February this year. For an $85 fee, you can secure a five-year membership that allows you to speed through security without removing your shoes, belt, laptop, liquids, and light jackets.
There is a simple online application, an in-person interview, and fingerprinting. Once approved, you are