Your out of office is on, your bags are packed (after taking out your hairdryer and putting it back in 3 times) and your passport is still where you safely stashed it 10 minutes ago. It's almost time to fly.
Your 24 hours to go checklist
1. Check in online
Online check in opens from now up until 70 minutes before departure. It's the fastest and simplest way to do it, and you can view and change your seats, add any extra bags and get your boarding pass while you're there.
You can even treat yourself to an upgrade if you're feeling fancy.
You'll just need :
Your booking reference
OR Your eTicket number
OR Your Flying Club number
Your computer or device
A can-do attitude
Enter the airport you're departing from and you're away.
Got our app? Check in with a quick scan of your passport and download your boarding pass for an even speedier job done. Tick! You'll also get updates straight to your phone, plus you'll be able to see what's available at the airport via our interactive airport maps - all without having to be online.
Power up your devices tonight, then stow away your chargers and adaptors with them tidily in your hand luggage first thing.
Incredible inflight entertainment is all part of the service onboard, but it's worth loading a few games, movies, tv shows, music and books to your devices, especially if you're travelling with children.
Keep an eye on travel news for any problems on the roads.
We've already got the planes, so we've partnered with the best in trains and automobiles to get you to and from the airport. Learn more
7. Make an airport plan
We keep you fed and watered really well throughout your flight, but if you like to fuel up pre-fight double check what's on offer. Some smaller airports have limited options.
It's now too late to order a specific inflight dietary meal, so make sure you bring something to eat with you if you haven't done so.
If you need special assistance, we recommend you let us know at least 48 hours before your flight. But our team are always here to help. Find more about Special assistance here.
Shopping. If you have a fave scent or want to treat yourself to some new sunnies, give yourself time for a duty free pit-stop. Or skip all that and get your Retail Therapy done in advance (you can even have it delivered to your seat on the plane).
Set an alarm for half an hour before your departure time. It avoids a mad dash when you've got too comfy in the airport bar (we speak from experience).