First Time Flight Journey Tips(ENGLISH).. visit ideayourtrip.com

First Time Flight Journey Tips(ENGLISH).. visit ideayourtrip.com


Hi Friends! Most of us will always have doubts
regarding process inside the Airport..I will explain you all the necessary steps that you
have to know before travelling for the first time in flight..
Five important things that you have to keep in mind.
1. Check-in 2. Immigration
3. Waiting Hall 4.Boarding in to flight ie..Entering inside
the flight I will say about all these things in detail
1. Check-in: After entering inside the airport, you can
see counters for each airline..If you are travelling in emirates airlines, you have
to go to the particular emirates counter.. After reaching the counter, You have to submit
your main luggage to them…You can have your laptop and hand luggage of 7kgs with you..Give
the main luggage in the counter section..They will check your luggage weight and will transfer
it directly to the flight by their airlines employees..Usually main luggage weight depends
upon the airlines..Some airlines may allow 30 kgs as main luggage+7kgs as handluugage
Total 37kgs…Put your laptop in your laptop bag and so they will not include it while
weighing..So check with airlines before travelling and also check your luggage weight outside
before entering the airport..If your luggage weight exceeds airlines limit, they will charge
you for every kg..In the mean time, you have to submit your passport and visa to the counter
Person..They will verify every detail and will provide your boarding pass and Immigration
form. Boarding pass means a flight ticket which will have your seat number..Get back
your passport and visa from the counter.. Check in is nothing but, the things which
you have done now..Ie..Going to counter section, submitting main luggage and getting your boarding
pass..This process is called checkin.. 2. Immigration:
Now you have to fill the details in the immigration form which you got from the counter during
check in and keep it in a pocket..It will not be used now..It will be used only after
arrival..Now you have finished check in..At present you have your passport, visa, boarding
pass, hand luggage and filled immigration form..Now you have to enter the immigration
counter..Immigration counter is common for all airlines and will be always in the queue..Now
submit your passport and visa to the immigration officer who will verify your travel and identity..Sometimes
an immigration officer may ask simple can regarding your travel..So please be ready
for that..After verifying passport, they will stamp a departure seal in the passport..There
are two immigrations..One in departure airport and another in arrival airport..Now you have
finished the departure immigration.. 3. Waiting Hall
Now you have to wait in the common waiting hall..You have to wait until an announcement
from airlines for departure.. 4. Boaring in to the Flight:
Usually the airlines will allow passengers to board into the flight before 30 mins of
the departure time.. Based on the seat no mentioned in your borading
pass,you have to sit in the flight..Airhosstess will guide you regarding the safety tips before
departure.. Sometimes immigration forms will not be issued
during check-in and airlines will provide it before landing on the flight..After landing
you will be directed to the immigration counter..Now you have to submit your passport, visa and
immigration form which you have filled during check-in..After verifying passport, they will
stamp an arrival seal in the passport and will give it back to you..They will keep the
immigration form with them..Now you can collect your main luggage from the rolling bag holder
and can exit the airport..

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    Prasad Dalal

    Luggage collection should be before 'Arrival Immigration'. So that if immigration officers find suspicious in your luggage, they will ask you to open or can check your luggage.

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    Alberto Gonzalez

    if you are just traveling inside the United States, do you have to fill a Immigration Slip? because this is my first time and im going to get on a plane this summer!

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    AQOON GUUD

    Thank you so much it's my second fly journey to my country and after 3 days I will go to my country, so exiting 🙂

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    Takisawa Ishida

    Thanks for ur tips Sir 🙂 I'm 18 first time going tourist to Japan, but I kinda felt nervous because I have to stop over in Korea.. 😂😢
    Anyhow I love ur steps☺😊❤

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    pavan Bommisetty

    thankyou . i dont know anything before not seeing this video. now i got some knowledge after seeing this video

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    Herschelle Pinto

    i have a stop in Kuwait so will my luggage be transferred directly to the particular destination or do I have to do it by myself from the Kuwait airport?

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    Dhudi Sharaf

    Thank you I really learned a lot in your video I am planning my trip soon one question about the arrival you said they will keep the immigration form at the airport. Do they keep the visa as well or they will stump in the passport? Thanks.

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    Proud to be marathi

    hi
    can you Guide me on Visa on Arrival process..i will be travelling from India to Bali nxt week. There is going to be a hault to Kuala Lumpur airport
    can you Guide me on immigration process whether the immigration will be on Denpasar ai or on both Kuala Lumpur and Denpasar Airport
    Visa will be given on the Denpasar Airport ?

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    Mythis Collections

    hi good video. if there I need to change 2 flights to teach my destination then how to deal with the luggage?

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    nabil ahmad

    hi my name is nabil i am 13 years old tomorrow i am going to travel alone frm riyadh to delhi so i was scared that i would get lost i watched your video and now i know everything thx bro 🙂 😊

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    Candy Crush Saga

    I have a question. If I go out of country like from India to Mauritius then do I need visa for that? Or if I have invitation letter then can I go Mauritius without visa? Plz reply ..

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    Arunkumar BG

    Actually a good, short n basic informative video,,my doubt is wt is d difference btw flight ticket and boarding pass? And second one – Is there any chances of picking up our luggage by others,then how will be d arrangements for d luggages

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