PROTECT YOUR VALUABLES AND YOURSELF IN-FLIGHT

20 Feb 2019

In-flight theft of sleeping and /or unknowing passengers has been going on for years. The people who steal can be anyone on board.

However, many people believe these incidents are rare. Or are they? They are only made public when an arrest happens. So there is no real way to determine how often they occur? Better be safe than sorry …

Essentially, there are only four things you need to carry with you on the plane. They are:

  1. your ID passport if travelling internationally
  2. a credit card
  3. a cell phone
  4. essential prescription medications

No matter what else is stolen, these are the things you cannot replace quickly and easily, and that you will need to get you out of pretty much any problem on landing.

Regarding protecting yourself from in-flight harassment or abuse, consider the following:

Should a fellow passenger become verbally or physically inappropriate or threatening, you must: