When you go on a humanitarian or faith-based mission for the very first time, air travel can seem like a daunting prospect. What happens when you get to the airport? Do you need identification? Although the uncertainties seem endless, there is no reason to worry. Millions do it every day. To make your experience less stressful, we will give tips on how to travel internationally for the first time. Raptim Humanitarian Travel Tips for first-time travelers Lucky enough, you can leave the booking to Raptim. We take that burden off of your shoulder so that you can focus totally on your very first flight. With your tickets sorted, it’s time for your trip. Before you travel to the airport, make sure you have all the necessary documents with you.Ensure that your luggage meets airline requirements. Most airlines allow passengers to bring one carry-on item and one personal item, such as a laptop or a bag. Check the specifications for your airline. Pack your carry-on bag with care. For your carry-on baggage, you can put liquids in 100 ml containers as long as they fit in a single, quart-sized, sealable, clear plastic bag.Arrive at the airport early, because procedures there can take up quite a bit of time. Three hours before boarding is a safe guideline for an international flight. Then it’s time to check in at the airline desk. Have your photo identification ready to present to the agent. If you don’t have selected seats, you can ask the agent for a window or aisle seat. Your checked bags will be tagged and placed on a conveyor to be taken to the plane. Remember to take your boarding passes and ID card from the agent.