Don’t mess with the baggage conveyor belt
Yes, you’re anxious to grab your suitcase and get out of there. And it’s incredibly frustrating when it’s sitting on the belt, ready to slide down, and then the belt stops – or your luggage gets stuck. Resist the urge to climb onto the belt to try to fix things: you’re not only risking a fall or getting tangled up in the machinery, but you’re also violating airport security.
Don’t forget to charge your phone
Your mobile boarding pass is useless if your phone is dead, and that’s really going to hold you up. If you can’t get it up and running quickly – or worse, forgot your charger and have to fork over for one at the newsstand – you could miss your flight.
Don’t take photos of strangers without their permission
“Taking someone’s photo without their consent and posting it on the internet is a [bad] thing to do,” advises Lifehacker. “It’s invasive, inappropriate, and can even put the other person in danger.” It can also put the photographer – and their phone or camera – in danger should the subject catch on and strenuously object.