Jill and her family were going on a trip to Curacao. The family all met up in Minneapolis to fly to the Miami airport and board a plane there which would take them to Curacao. Unfortunately, after Lindsey met up with her family, she realized she had left her passport back in Denver!
Fortunately, they had a travel insurance plan – and Lindsey had a helpful roommate. Lindsey's roommate brought the passport to the Denver airport where Travel Guard representatives were able to work with airline personnel to have Lindsey's passport flown to the Miami airport where the family was waiting. The passport arrived just in time so that the family could board their flight to Curacao and enjoy their vacation.
Air travel can be stressful even when everything goes right. But sometimes, it's not delayed flights that can be most annoying; sharing the tight quarters of airplane seating with a stranger can be unpleasant, especially when your seat mate has no regard for those around them. Follow these travel etiquette tips to ensure you're a pleasant seat mate, and hopefully those seated next to you will do the same: