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Make Your Airport Connection Easier: How To Avoid The Airport Schlep

Make Your Airport Connection Easier: How To Avoid The Airport Schlep

The Airport Schlep

Schlep: verb to haul or carry (something heavy or awkward).

            Noun a tedious or difficult journey.

As more and more people are travelling by air these days, and security procedures are becoming more and more elaborate, and unfortunately, it is taking a while for some airports to catch up. The need for clear signage, easy access, and calming space is not always being met. The newer airports, such as Heathrow Terminal 5, were designed with the frequency and abundance of travelers in mind. It is spacious, accommodating to flight changes, and has plenty of places to sit, unravel and prepare yourself for your next flight.

A Pre-trip Extension in London

A Pre-trip Extension in London

The question often comes up of how to avoid jet lag. You can scour the internet and find various different "remedies" and "tricks" on how best to avoid jet lag after a European flight. Sometimes though, jet lag is just unavoidable. While the remedies and tricks found on the internet may be helpful in easing the symptoms and discomfort of jet lag, they are not going to solve it entirely.