Press Release – updated: Oct 27, 2017 06:00 EDT
Temecula, USA, October 27, 2017 (PRESS RELEASE JET) – The busy travel season is fast approaching and many travelers are weighing options on how best to travel. Traveling by yourself, with a young family of with an elderly relative, can be a challenge for anyone. Oftentimes traveling by air is the best choice. Everyone wants to arrive at their destination the easiest and quickest way possible.
For those traveling with young children or the elderly, flying can pose some challenges. “The best solution is to organize, plan and prepare.” Suggest Michele Waters, Transportation expert. “There are many services available to assist in your travel needs, including arranging with the airline to have a wheelchair available curbside for the elderly.” Waters continued “When you book a reservation arrange to have the wheel chair available at the curb, allowing you to breeze through the airport with ease.”
It can be a long day for young children or the elderly-and for all of the companions too. “Arranging for a car service to take you to the airport, and then to meet you at your destination-can be a lifesaver.” Waters adds. “Car Services can drop off right at the terminal travelers are flying out of, easing the travel stress.” You might consider escaping the ride share rut as a mode of transportation. Multiple stops versus a door to door service can certainly easy travel time. When travelers are in a vehicle for an extended amount of time, it will certainly add to the already lengthy day. Children will get fussy and adults will become fidgety.
“The best solution is to organize, plan and prepare.” Suggest Michele Waters, Transportation expert. “There are many services available to assist in your travel needs, including arranging with the airline to have a wheelchair available curbside for the elderly.”
Waters also suggests you print out the tickets in large print, making it easier to read. “Keep them along with necessary photo ID, in a safe, handy place, allowing for quick access while going through security and boarding. Also wear slip on shoes which will make it easier getting through security.
While on the plane, try and arrange to have an aisle seat-with the children or elderly next to the window. This allows them to view outside, and allowing you to get in and out of your seat easily.
Although you can generally purchase snacks or meals, it is a good idea to pack light snacks or fruit for the flight. Travel with suckers, animal crackers or something to suck to eliminate ears popping during the takeoff and landing.
Take along some coloring books, smaller, compact toys and a storybook to read to your children. Giving them something new each hour can be a great option – keeping them entertained.
For seniors, traveling alone or with a companion, planning ahead can make the journey safe, relaxing and enjoyable. For any traveler, it is all about comfort. The elderly particularly enjoy neck pillows, blankets and comfortable clothing which are essential to help make the trip easier. Make sure prescription medications are easily accessable. Pack them in an easy to get to location in case they may be needed during the trip. Often, they may enjoy puzzle books, magazines or a kindle to enjoy. Elderly often need to be reassured, allowing plenty of time to get ready.
Upon your arrival, note where the nearest pharmacy and the local hospital are located, in the event that you have an emergency. Relax and enjoy the scenery. After all, we need to make traveling an adventure!
Source: Executive VIP
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