These days flight cancellations and delays happen regularly, so traveling with a carry-on means adapting to tight connections without waiting for your bags.
A good travel insurance policy gives you peace of mind on your trip. It covers you for unexpected medical emergencies, travel delays, lost luggage, and more.
Don’t leave packing to the last minute. Start at least a few days in advance and coordinate interchangeable outfits so you can pack lighter.
Always pack essential items in your carry-on. That includes medications, travel documents, a change of clothes, and electronics chargers.
Create a list of everything you need for your trip to make packing easy. If you make an effort to make a list once, you can reuse it for every trip, updating it as you need.