|•Call the respective airline to request any special needs to ease your travel and to reconfirm your reservation at least 3 days before departure.
•Make three  copies of ALL OF YOUR TRAVEL DOCUMENTS including your tickets (keep one in carry-on bag and the other in the suitcase and one copy at home).
•Make sure to prepare & keep your entire ORIGINAL travel document in a secure pouch and on your person and easily accessible to you at the time of request. This is a good time to ensure that all of the following documents are in order:
•Travelers Passport with Meningitis shot record and Maulim draft attached.
•Tokyo Hajj issued ID CARD
•Credit Cards (easy and secure way to carry your money)
•Personal expense cash (if not taking credit card) in large NEW BILLS for better exchange
•Travelers checks are discourage since they cannot be cashed without your passport after you leave the Hajj Terminal.
(IMPORTANT SUGGESTION: Please use the Air 1 travel Hajj Group 2007・folder it already comes with ALL the important info you need and we would have already put some of your documents in their for you・just add the rest.)
•Hajj book ・Ehram ・Ja`namazr(prayer rug) Tasbeeh
Snack Foods for long waits (Fruit Bars, Granola bars, mixed nuts, Dried Fruits, and mixed nut etc. (for waiting between the airports or at HAJJ TERMINAL and HAJJ MANASIK).
•Two way radio minimum 5 mile radius (if you did not purchase any cell phones with your package)
Remember! During the travel the light-weight language is a lot more convenient.
|•Airport security screening procedures are significantly more stringent than before. Items in your suitcase that may have passed through before may not be accepted onboard aircraft today. •Consider leaving at home items which could be perceived as threatening or may raise suspicion at a screening checkpoint (i.e. items found in a manicure kit). Remember that NOknives of any size will be allowed.
•Anticipate having to open bags for inspection. Pack efficiently, placing smaller items together in a pouch or bag.
•Make sure that each suitcase and carry-on bag has a nametag securely affixed to it.
•Be certain that you have a government-issued photo identification card (i.e. drivers license) or a passport. Identification requirements vary for domestic and international travel. If you are unsure as to what identification is required, please ask the air carrier. You will not be allowed to check in without the proper identification.
|•Before leaving home, call the airline or contact the airlines Website to confirm the status of your flight. If your flight has been cancelled, contact the airline directly to reschedule or make alternate travel arrangements.
•Expect restricted airport parking.
|Access beyond the security checkpoints is now restricted to those passengers who’ve een issued a valid boarding passHave ticket paperwork available, along with identification.Prepare to empty pockets of coins, metals, etc.Prepare to demonstrate the operation of electronic equipment such as laptop computers, cell phones, etc.Be patient. Do not make jokes about security. Comply with all security instructions.
Expect increased passenger and baggage security screening. Wand checks and full-body hand searches may be enforced.
|At The Gate|
|•Leave no bag unattended. Maintain a sense of awareness. Expect to see law enforcement personnel and dogs.
•Keep ticket paperwork and identification available
•Expect to see teams of individuals aboard the aircraft before passenger boarding in order to sweep the plane as an added security precaution. These individuals may board the aircraft from inside the terminal building or they •may enter and exit via the jet bridge stairs.
•Pay close attention to announcements. Board the aircraft as directed by gate agents. Do not wait until the last minute to board the aircraft.
|Onboard the Aircraft|
|•Expect to see random searches of service personnel, flight crews and equipment..
•Listen to and follow crew instructions at all times. Flight crews are trained to ensure comfort and safety..
•Be patient if departure is delayed. Passenger boarding and baggage loading are being carefully coordinated by the ground handling crew.