Posted: October 29th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: NEW Travel Accessory Products | 1 Comment »
VinniBag Inflatable Travel Wine Bag
VinniBag Travel Wine Bag suspends items in an inflatable air cushion. The air chambers will conform to the contents ensuring safe travels. The wine bag is specifically engineered to withstand fluctuations in the altitude and temperature.
Gorillapod Flexible Camera Tripod
Gorillapod Flexible Camera Tripod is small and compact enough to fit in your pocket, yet versatile enough to attach to just about anything. Any obscure angle you are trying to get or rough terrain you come across is no challenge for this travel essential.
Spibelt Travel Money Belt
Spibelt Travel Money Belt is secure, sleek and expandable. Ideal for your phone, passport, ID, money and other important documents you want to keep on your body while traveling.
Posted: October 22nd, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: TSA Guidelines | No Comments »
MyTSA has multiple functions, including the following tools:
- Airport Status: Users can see what airports are experiencing general delays (not flight specific) or search for conditions at a specific airport. This information is provided by the FAA.
- ‘Can I Bring?’: Users can type in an item they plan to bring on a trip to find out if it is permitted or prohibited, and whether they can pack it in carry-on or checked bags.
- Guide: Users can get travel tips on an array of some of the most popular topics of air travel, including traveling with children, 3-1-1 rules for liquids, gels and aerosols, special medical needs, packing tips, tips for how to dress for airport security, tips for military members, and traveling with food and gifts.
- Security wait times: MyTSA gives passengers the ability to share their wait time and see what wait times other passengers have posted for U.S. airports.
- Wait Times: Passengers can also post the approximate amount of time it took them to get through security for other travelers to view.
To get MyTSA on your mobile device, type in www.tsa.gov/mobile.
You can find the MyTSA iPhone app on iTunes.
Posted: October 10th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: TSA Guidelines | 1 Comment »
A general guideline you can use for a maximum size carry-on bag is 45 linear inches (the total of the height, width, and depth of the bag). A standard size that fits this requirement is, 22 x 14 x 9”. Anything larger should be checked. If you have a bag that is an unusual shape but still within the total number of inches, you may find it being rejected. Also keep in mind the limitations are going to be different for international flights.