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Be Efficient! 10 Tips for Packing Before You Fly on a Las Vegas Private Jet

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 10, 2016 10:11:37 AM


Before boarding a Las Vegas private jet, you'll want to take advantage of every square inch of space when packing. Here are a few tips from travel experts to maximize the use of your bag or suitcase.


Organize your packing outside your suitcase first

Stack items and leave out things you really won't need so you can choose items wisely and avoid overpacking.


Ring belts around the outer edge of your suitcase

It's a better way to maximize space than bunching them up in between stacks of clothes.


Pack awkward items like shoes and hair dryers first

Position these heavy and bulky items close to the wheels so the suitcase doesn't topple over once it's upright.


Fill your shoes with items such as socks and cell phone chargers

It's a great way to take advantage of open space. Neatly tie cords together with rubber bands or twist ties. Then place the shoes in plastic bags to keep your other items clean.


Roll clothes instead of folding them

Rolled clothes are less likely to wrinkle. Place them at the bottom of your suitcase to provide a relatively flat foundation for other items to be placed on top.


Downsize toiletries

We're talking about things like soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste and moisturizer. The travel section of your favorite drug store can be a practical asset. Buying necessities in small bottles, tubes and jars will clear up prime real estate in your suitcase. You'll even be surprised by how much mileage you can get from downsized portions of your favorite products.


Place liquids like shampoos and lotions in a plastic bag

It will keep them from leaking onto clothes and other items.


Check your packed suitcase for potential stain risks

Cover items that can leak, smudge or somehow dirty your clothes with thin plastic bags, plastic wrap or disposable shower caps.


Pack a plastic trash bag for dirty laundry

You'll want to keep dirty items separated from the clean ones for your return flight on your Las Vegas private jet.


Place rain ponchos, hats and other all-weather items on the outer layer of your suitcase

If you need these items right away, they will be easily accessible without the risk of getting other items wet while opening your bag or suitcase in unfavorable weather.


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