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With airports busier than ever, airline staffing reductions creating longer lines at check-in,
the old airport “two-hour” rule often leaves just minutes to spare to buy a magazine, grab a snack or hustle your kids into the restroom. Saving a few extra minutes here and there along the way can add up in your favor; here are some tips to get you from your front door to your seat on the plane as quickly and painlessly as possible — as well as some ideas to keep you moving no matter what is going on with your flight.
4 Ways to get through the airport faster
1. Before you leave home: check flight status. Most airlines will text you flight status updates if you sign up on their websites, and sites like FlightStats.com and TripIt.com will do the same by text, on the Web and through smartphone apps.
2.Weigh your bags at home. Many airports are installing scales in front of the check-in areas but once you are there, it may be too late to lighten the load.
3. Dont stress about parking and shuttling in: take a limo service and have them drop you off. You wouldnt believe how much time you save. An airport limo service can drop you off at the desired entrance nearest to your airline and help you with your bags if you have them. Its definetly a service worth using.
4. When you arrive: check-in online. Especially if you are not checking bags, this can save you a heap of time. I have found that when checking bags, having the pre-printed boarding pass in your hand doesn’t help all that much, and check-in agents often end up reissuing another boarding pass when you check your bags — but it sure doesn’t hurt. Plus, it’s the best way to secure the seat you want onboard the plane.