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It's that time of year again, and for those wanting to head home and spend time with family and friends during the holiday season, air travel can be a long and stressful process

So how can you help ease these stresses and frustrations of air travel during the holiday season?

Here are a few helpful tips to help you get through those potentially stressful holiday flights.

  • Avoid trying to find cheap flights at the last minute, try and book in advance.
  • Plan ahead and try and avoid locations which are prone to severe weather problems, pay a little extra to go non-stop where possible and be sure to leave plenty of time either side of your journey in case of delays.
  • Holiday travel can be a stressful process, but keeping a calm attitude can help not just yourself, but your fellow passengers. Try and approach the journey in a positive manner rather than seeing it as a stressful experience.
  • Don't wrap your presents before you leave, remember that airport security will be on increased alert during the holiday season and will most likely open any packages that you might have wrapped.
  • Take care to remove any batteries from electrical items such as toys and camera equipment in order to avoid further delay during security checks.
  • Christmas flights usually mean an increase in the size of your hand luggage, be sure to check in any larger packages you might be bringing with you.
  • sure to pack an empty bag in your hand luggage, for you'll no doubt be bringing gifts back with you on return flights.
  • Christmas is a time when the chance of misadventures during flights increases - such as delays, cancellations and overbooked flights. Staying calm during these difficult times is vital if you want your travels to go as smoothly as possible.
  • Try and remain calm during delays - stop for a moment, put some soothing music on your MP3 player, have a drink and try and have a laugh with your fellow passengers - who are likely to be feeling exactly the same as yourself.

But most importantly, don't put off traveling during the holiday season just because of the hassles involved. Spending time with those nearest and dearest to you can be very important around the holiday season - and a little careful planning and maintaining a calm demeanor throughout the journey can help make the process a little less stressful for yourself and your fellow passengers.

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