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Winters mean vacay time for many. But the excitement can quickly turn into a nightmare merely due to extreme weather conditions like a blizzard, heavy snowfall and dense fog. What can really spoil the party is the dreaded news of delayed or canceled flights. So, here is a small travel guide to ease out all your worries related to your travel this chilly season.


Fight flight problems

 Delayed flights are bound to happen. And in extreme cases, they may even get canceled altogether. However, many airlines these days disclose weather conditions in advance to customers or even offer customary winter weather waivers so that passengers either traveling can make an itinerary change without paying anything extra. It should also be a good idea to go through the weather policies of various airlines on their website before you get on board. And one more thing, keep yourself cool like the weather outside and don’t create a scene at the airport. Keep calm and move on. 


Act quickly and wisely

Please don’t waste time on rebuilding a new itinerary. Be quick as every second counts. Otherwise, someone else may just rebook and spoil your chances of getting a seat. To avoid this, act chop-chop and provide the airline with your e-mail address and phone number beforehand to contact you.


Follow your airline on social media

Many airlines and airports post regular updates about their latest flight schedules through social media updates as Twitter feeds. So, it is important to sign up with them to receive regular info every minute, every second. 


Keep thing charged up 

Being stranded with the phone battery dead! It can’t get any worse than this. So, always carry your phone, laptop and gadget chargers. Also, keep plenty of juice in those power banks and portable chargers for any change in plans or emergencies.  


Load That Navigation System

Air is not the only mode of transport, right? There are plenty who travel by road too. For them, it is necessary to have a proper navigation system downloaded. Download all important applications that are obligatory when you are traveling by road. Google maps are very handy these days as they inform you about the traffic and the best routes to travel. Plus, Google Weather can guide you about the best time for your journey. 


Clothing Tips

You don’t have to carry huge suitcases or tons of clothes to brave the cold. Instead, learn the art of layering, which is nothing but wearing a layer of clothes like warmers, leggings and one long-sleeved thermal top. Pack just what you need. Don’t forget the woolen sweaters, a winter jacket, and a silk scarf. Always pack according to the number of days. Unlike summers, you won’t have to carry an extra change. 


What’s going to be your pick?

Apart from these few tips to make your traveling during the winter season a happy one, there are famous holiday destinations like Russia, Northern Lights, Finland, New York, California, Norway, Canada, Germany and many more that have to be in your must-visit list. Just make sure wherever you travel, always book on LatinOFare for the cheapest flight deals and offers

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