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Travel Tips : International Flight Tips

When going on an international flight, it’s important to get to the airport early, to drink enough water when flying and to dress comfortably. Discover the importance of keeping nasal passages and eyes well lubricated on an international flight with help from a certified travel counselor and agent in this free video on International flights.

Expert: Sally Watkins
Contact: sallywatkins.com/
Bio: Sally Watkins is a certified travel counselor and agent with 21 years of experience in the travel industry.
Filmmaker: Kevin Haberer

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  1. Akesha Jules

    Thanks

  2. Demimysavior Lovin5H

    Thank you for the tips I found them very helpful because I will be flying soon

  3. Gabriel Citeli

    AUSTIN!!!!!!!!

  4. Julie Johnson

    Thank you. I appreciate your video tips!

  5. 7eather

    Thank you for the advice! 

  6. Merdina Hyaye

    i hate lining up and thats why i travel business class for vip service

  7. orth82

    You summed up all of the best tips in under 3 minutes :)

  8. SUFIBEAT

    ARE YOU FLYING FOR FEW HOURS OR MOVING INTO THE PLANE? 

  9. saleem ahmed

    Thanks so much

  10. cece wayne

    ima be flying to the middle east tomorrow ^.^

  11. Heather Gaayle

    thanks soo much. you were a big help.

  12. Heather Gaayle

    shut up.

  13. lovejulieandrews

    hahahah its 2013, idiot

  14. Icureditwithmybrain

    "Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both."

    -Benjamin Franklin

  15. TheGoldenRoses

    Wow, you´re full of hate. You´re kind of exaggerating, and everything they do has a reason: they want to protect you from possible criminals. 

  16. Icureditwithmybrain

    @GiJoe11td1 Commercial airline flights has existed for nearly 100 years. The TSA has only existed for 10 years (since 2002). Did you think airlines didn't have airport security before 2002? I guess I can't blame you if you didn't know….you were only 7 years old when the TSA was created, thats if your profile info is accurate.

    "People willing to trade their freedom for temporary security deserve neither and will lose both." -Benjamin Franklin

  17. Chris Barnes

    @Icureditwithmybrain How's that? TSA government? Yes airlines are private businesses, but no airline would allow passengers to board their planes without a thorough security screening! They comply with the TSA, who by "invading privacy" keeps the threat of another terrorist attack very very low. they have made air travel so much safer, but all people can care about is "they got too close to my junk!" 

  18. Icureditwithmybrain

    @GiJoe11td1 The airlines are private businesses, the TSA government, basically you have no idea what you're taking about….

  19. Chris Barnes

    @Icureditwithmybrain And we are most certainly a monarchy, a constitutional monarchy, the president. (No matter how corrupt he is)

  20. Chris Barnes

    @Icureditwithmybrain I would say that the airlines grant it. No airline wants even a chance of an attack on one of their flights. "You go thorugh a thorough security check, or you don't get to fly with us." That's basically what every airline is saying. I would rather be patted down and put in scanners that show me "naked" than even running the risk of being blown up in the sky. An "invasion of privacy"? Or death? And we are most certainly a monarchy, a constitutional monarchy, the president.