How to make flying easier
1. THE DIGITAL AGE
Not only does going digital save paper and printer ink, it also helps you skip the ticket counter and head right to the gate.
2. ARRIVE EARLY
Arriving early has it's perks, especially when it means going to the Louis and Clark Lounge for a bite to eat and some relaxation time before your flight.
3. JOIN TSA PRE-CHECK AND MOBILE PASSPORT CONTROL
Faster screening times at airports and with Customs and Border Patrol.
4. TAG AND CHECK YOUR BAGS
Checking your bags means one less thing to drag onto the plane. Tagging your bags means that they'll find their way to you and not with a stranger.
5. KNOW THE CARRY-ON LIMIT
Because of the size of the PC-12, passengers are allowed one (1) personal item.
6. PREPARE YOUR CARRY-ON LIQUIDS
3.4 oz per item in an easily accessible bag.
7. KNOW WHAT IS PROHIBITED
Remember what you can and can't take with you on the plane, such as lighters, matches, and cigarettes.
8. PLAN FOR PETS
If you are going to take a pet or have to travel with a Service or Emotional Support Animal, review Rocky Mountain Airways's Policies.
9. PLAN AHEAD FOR SECURITY
When traveling to Canada or the United States, plan on going through customs either at your final destination or before boarding if the airport has a US CBP Field Office.