“Versatile, low-maintenance clothing is key to packing light. Take the multipurpose sarong for example: great for a hot day but can also be used as a changing room at the beach, a tablecloth for a picnic, a pillow when you’re weary or a scarf if you’re chilly.
“Get inventive and never judge a book by its cover.”
However, he also warns that overly opportunistic passengers can be caught out.
He warns: “There is a limit – we’ve seen several instances where passengers have been forced to remove clothing due to wearing too many clothes and even one case where someone passed out mid-flight after wearing 12 layers of clothing. “While it’s great to be savvy about additional travel costs, you don’t want to put yourself in danger or risk missing your flight by wearing five pairs of trousers, eight tops and goodness knows how many shirts.”