first_img Related20 top airport tips: How to stay calm and save time at the airportA weekend city break, a big family holiday, or a last minute business trip: whatever the reason you find yourself stressed out at the airport, here are a few insider tips from Skyscanner’s seasoned travellers. From secrets on how to jump the check-in queue to how to get an upgrade.…13 ways to be a Christmas travel heroFind out how to be a travelling Christmas angel this festive season.5 best ways to beat the check-in queueGet your holiday off to a flyer – we reveal the best ways to find the easiest and quickest way to check in for your flight. Unless you’re travelling in a group and are desperate to sit next to your family or friends, don’t join the queues of overzealous passengers who spend 15 minutes queuing to get on the plane just so they can maximise their time waiting to take off onboard the plane.Instead, take your time. If you’re travelling alone, there’s really very little advantage of being the first to board the aircraft, especially on short haul flights. Even that dreaded middle seat is bearable for an hour or two.Similarly, ripping off your seatbelt and attacking the overhead locker as soon as the wheels touch the tarmac isn’t going to make the plane doors open any quicker.Do yourself (and your fellow passengers) a favour; lower your blood pressure by learning the art of patience.Read more Travel TipsReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more