15 things to keep in mind before going on holiday abroad

Passports are important but so is listening to announcements at the airport.

The most important thing a traveller must do is check their passport validity. The most important thing a traveller must do is check their passport validity. (Source: BTS)

Now that summer has begun, Bratislava airport is packed with holidaymakers.

Often as excited as little children before travelling, holidaymakers tend to forget about the simplest yet most important things before their plane takes off. Instead of travelling abroad, they may be standing by the gate, banned from entry.

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To avoid any troubles, each passenger should carefully check the list below, compiled by the Bratislava airport.

1. Expired passport

If a passenger finds that out that their passport has expired at the check-in counter, they cannot travel by plane abroad. The summer holiday is over, and they will not get a refund.

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