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1. Try to pack less. The easiest way to avoid baggage claim problems is to not have any checked bags.


10 Baggage claim tips from Airsafe.com be in capital letters.


2. Make your bag easy to find. Many bags look alike, so do something to make it easy to find your bag quickly, like tying a bright ribbon to a handle or placing a decal on the side of your bag.


3. Put your contact information on your bags and inside each bag. Many bags come with a tag with a little address card. Put your name and contact information. If you put an address, put one where you want the bag to be delivered.


4. Check the Information on the luggage tag. When the airline puts their luggage tag on the bag, make sure that the information is correct. The most important information are the origin and destination airports, which are three-letter codes that will


5. Get to the baggage claim area before your bags do. After your plane gets to the gate, make your way to the baggage claim area as fast as possible.


6. Get into position to grab your bag. By the time the baggage carousel starts and bags start to come out, there will likely be a crowd of people looking for bags. Don't be shy. Get close to the carousel so you grab your bag the first time it comes by.


7. Keep off the baggage carousel. If you get to the carousel before the bags arrive, it may not be moving, and it may be tempting to either sit and rest on the carousel or to let your child play on it. Don't do it. The machine can start at any time and without warning. The last thing you need to let a simple bag pickup turn into a medical emer- gency.


8. Check your tags before you leave the baggage claim area. After you collect all your bags, check the tags on your bags with your claim ticket. The information should match.


9. Prepare for a missing, damaged, or stolen bag. Sometimes bad things happen to your checked luggage even if you take reasonable precautions. A little bit of preparation can make finding a lost or stolen bag or getting compensation for a lost or damaged bag much easier.


10. Check your bag for damage before you leave. While airlines won't compensate you for broken wheels, minor scratches, missing handles, or other things that they consider to be normal wear and tear, if you have major damage to your bag that you think was caused by the airline, report it to the airline as soon as possible.


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