Travel Tip of the Day: Don’t Miss Your Stop or Connection

Train sleepDon’t Miss Your Stop or Connection
If you’ve just gotten off of a long flight and are waiting for a connection, or if you’re taking the train, be sure to set your cell phone alarm just in case you fall asleep!

 

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3 Comments on "Travel Tip of the Day: Don’t Miss Your Stop or Connection"

  1. I have an embarasing confession: I once was so engrossed in reading a book at the ATL UA Club (!) I lost track of the time and missed my connection to MSP. Lost my F seat on the rebooking, but no rebooking fee by DL (luckily!) Extra 2+ hrs at Hartsfield… but finished my book!

  2. Good idea. It’s also very important to set your watch to the new time zone at the barriving airport in case it has changed. We almost missed our connecting flight due to not setting my watch 1 hour ahead.

  3. If this happens to you, you may want to try the Commuter Alarm app (quick link: http://www.tinyurl.com/comalarm). This thing has woken me up on trains and airport shuttles.

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