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Avoid headaches and fees at the airport with tips from packing expert Susan Foster

Changes in today’s luggage requirements by airlines means changes in packing habits for many travelers. Packing too much or too heavy translates into unwelcome baggage fees and delays. Luckily, there are easy ways to cut back and still arrive at a destination well dressed and well prepared.

To help travelers sail through airport check-ins, Grand European Tours has partnered with Susan Foster, author of Smart Packing for Today’s Traveler, to provide the very best in expert packing ideas.

“Proper packing plays an important role in the success of a trip, now more than ever,” says Hans Sohlstrom, president of Grand European Tours. “We are pleased to partner with Susan Foster and share her invaluable tips with our customers.” Grand European Tours and Foster are both located in the Portland, Oregon area and have worked in collaboration for the last few years.

For those looking to travel lighter, Foster offers these 10 tips:

1. Take versatile clothes you can wear several times.
A blazer worn on the plane that can also be worn casually

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