Global airlines are moving towards reducing the size of allowed carry- on. That means your 22 inch bag will no longer be in the overhead rack. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recommends a smaller bag of 21.5 x 13.5 x 7.5 inches. Not all airlines will concur with the new standard, but here are 5 things you should never pack:
Money, jewelry (even good junk jewelry), electronics, medicine and your printed trip information. Especially if you are traveling solo.
Here is 1 thing you did not realize you should never pack:
Walking shoes: if your bags are delayed, comfy shoes are the hardest thing to replace quickly when traveling. Either wear them or carry them on.
Simple travel tips are from The Women’s Travel Group, with upcoming trips to India, Ireland and a weekend at Canyon Ranch MASS.