Adventure at LAX Airport to Fly to Maldives with 10 Travel Tips – Travel Vlog – Gemelle Channel

July 2021

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Top 10 Tips for traveling to LAX during COVID July 2021 in the description below:

#1 – Almost all Priority Pass Lounges are temporarily closed


#2 – Most restaurants are closed (or they open at staggered times), so be ready to use the app


#3 – Don’t procrastinate on PCR Test. There are testing facilities on-site, but it takes time. Book in Advance to SAVE time. SEE OUR PCR TEST video:


#4 – Get boarding for your pets in advance. The rabbit boarding was fully booked when we dropped off our bunnies. It wasn’t so busy in July 2020.


#5 – BOOK your hotels in advance. Especially if you plan on staying at a sleep lounge. We checked into our Oryx Hotel at Doha Airport and they were turning away drop-in guests.


#6 – We got to LAX 5 hours ahead of flight time. They recommend at least 3 to 5 hours in advance. The counter opened up 10 minutes after we arrived and even then we had to wait 20 minutes in line to check-in. There were only 2 parties ahead of us. So give PLENTY of time for your check-in.


#7 – Qatar Airline was very generous with our carry-on baggage. Even though we went over by a couple of pounds, they didn’t charge us extra. This is usually the case with premium airlines.


#8 – TSA Pre – Check Advice – Take out your laptop & tablets even though they say you don’t have to. We got delayed by 20 minutes over this


#9 – Any nail clippers, scissors, tweezers, razors, etc need to be in a checked bag. We got all those confiscated in previous TSA from different airports. Every airport is different with its regulations. Don’t lose an expensive pair of eyebrow tweezers like me in a foreign airport.


#10 – Make sure you carry on all your portable chargers, tablets, and laptops. They are NOT allowed to be stored in check-in bags. Portable chargers generally can’t exceed 10,000 mAh, but it may vary from airport to airport.


#11 – REMEMBER TO HAVE FUN AND CREATE MEMORIES!!! It’s stressful with all the regulations but it’ll all be worth it once you get to your vacation destination!