While being out on the slopes, or going for a scenic stay in the mountains provides picturesque views and plenty of memories, these winter trips also present one of the most challenging destinations to travel and pack for. It's no secret you will want to carefully strategize your packing to make sure you have what you need to stay warm. Spoiler alert: it’s all about your in-flight outfit.
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Generally, it's great to have any trick that will make flying easier. However, lately products like the knee defender have begun to push the boundaries of other passenger’s good nature, and beg the question: what goes and what doesn't in the world of travel etiquette? Here are a few things that every traveler should keep in mind in order to be a good seat mate and stay in good graces with your fellow fliers. In the spirit of doing unto your seat mate what you would have done unto you here are some tips for being a friendly flyer.
Measuring to include wheels and handle is something that mere months ago only international travelers had to think about. However, one major U.S. airline has adopted this measuring style. United Airlines has now ruled that if you travel through their terminals you must include wheels and handles in your carry-on bag measurements. While you may be thinking “yes, yes, they've had that policy for some time now but I get away with it” you could be missing out on an important piece of news.