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Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Reveals Airport Frustrations as the Primary Complaint for Travelers

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club complaints collected through 2013 showed that the most frequent complaint travelers had about their vacation experiences was directly related to their time at the airport.

PUERTO PLATA, Dominican Republic, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Seeing as how Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club complaints about airport issues were collected all throughout last year, this luxury vacation provider has decided to provide vacation planners some time-saving airport travel tips that are perfect for anyone planning to fly in 2014. These tips will help travelers save time, money, and most importantly, reduce the unneeded stress that often accompanies airline travel.

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Many complaints about airports were directly related to how long travelers had to spend in line at security checkpoints. Some travelers were waiting in lines for more than twenty minutes because of crowded conditions and security concerns, which warranted more thorough inspections. It is advised to always arrive at airports a solid hour-and-a-half before boarding begins for a flight. Taking into consideration unexpected delays is extremely important, as a missed flight has the potential to ruin an entire vacation.

A number of other Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club complaints in regards to airports were about having to deal with luggage restrictions. Ideally, travelers should research the particulars of what is and is not allowed in a carryon bag before arriving at the airport. If an item is found by security that is not allowed in a carryon bag, a full, and time-consuming, investigation may be launched. Travel authorities also require that large, electronic devices, such as laptops, be put through a separate scanner. Veteran travelers typically pack their laptops into the bags last, so that when it comes time to scan them, they simply open their bag and take it right out of the top, which saves time by not having to dig it out.

Other complaints Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club saw about airports were directed at how uncomfortable some seating areas are on flights. Many travelers would like to catch a few extra hours of sleep on a flight, but find it difficult to do so in a bright and noisy cabin. It is advised that travelers should bring a light-fitting sleep mask to block out the light as well as ear buds to block out some of the sounds.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club wishes all airline travelers a safe and hassle-free flight. When it comes time to plan a 2014 luxury vacation getaway, travelers should turn to Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club for all their travel needs.

http://www.lifestyleholidaysvc.com/

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