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Puerto Bahia Shares How Increasing Complaints About Airport Travel Highlight Need for Proactive Airline Travel Planning

Puerto Bahia reveals that complaints collected from travelers all across the Internet show a growing need for travelers to be aware as far as what to expect when they head out to the airport to begin their vacations.

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- According to Puerto Bahia, complaints regarding problems at airports are one of the most frequent causes of vacation frustrations that travelers will encounter. Many travelers put off planning for a trip to the airport until the last minute, believing that purchasing the ticket ensures a quick trip through airport terminal. What many travelers fail to take into consideration is that there are many factors that can impact their airport experiences. With member care as its number one priority, Puerto Bahia Timeshare wants all travelers to have an absolutely enjoyable vacation experience, and is revealing a handful of airline travel tips to help travelers expedite their airport experience.

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Regarding the complaints that Puerto Bahia collected from travelers about their most common airport issues, a trending topic was delays due to baggage check issues. Many travelers do not realize that airlines have strict luggage regulations in place to ensure that there is enough cargo space for all of the luggage to arrive at the final destination. By doing a bit of pre-flight planning, travelers can save themselves a lot of frustration when they arrive to the airport prepared and ready for baggage inspection. A common travel tip is to keep electronic devices like laptops or tablets at the top of a suitcase because sometimes security agents wish to scan those items individually, and it is much easier to take it from the top of a bag rather than having to dig through a suitcase and hold up the line.

As seen in the complaints that Puerto Bahia collected about airline travel, many issues involve the amount of time spent in the airplane itself. Some people have difficulty with flying and feel like they must resort to heavy drinks or medication to relax. Recommended by many travel industry outlets, a good pair of earbuds, comfortable socks, and a neck-pillow can go a long way towards making any flight a relaxing one. The earbuds can be used with most cell phones to play relaxing music without disturbing neighbors, the socks allow fliers to take their shoes off without going barefoot, and the neck pillow is, of course, for napping. All three of these items can easily fit within a carry-on bag, too.

With these travel strategies in mind, Puerto Bahia Timeshare is positive that travelers utilizing airlines to get to its beautiful timeshare property will have a smooth flight experience. For more travel tips, contact Puerto Bahia at http://www.puertobahiavillas.com.

Media Contact: Puerto Bahia Timeshare, Puerto Bahia Timeshare, 1-866-286-2108, [email protected]

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