Where are my flight tickets?
Once your booking has been received, we will then ticket your flight and send you the final confirmation within 48 hours
Is further information required from me?
Once your flight has been ticketed, and confirmation has been sent to you, the airline requires you enter further information about yourself (APSIS information) on their website. To complete this, you will need the booking reference (PNR) from your final confirmation.
Can I cancel my flight?
Flights can normally be cancelled within 24 hours of booking, although there may be an Admin fee charged by the airline. After this time, it depends on the airline policy and the flight type that is booked.
I have made an error in my booking, what can I do?
Please let us know as early as possible (within 24 hours of booking) as we can normally fix any errors BEFORE ticketing and final confirmation. Once again, this can depend on airline policy.
What are the rest of the Terms & Conditions?
Foreign & Commonwealth Office Travel Advice: The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) issues travel advice on destinations, which includes information on passports, visas, health, safety and security and more. For more information refer to the link: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice New Security Requirements for Airlines: Phones, laptops and tablets larger than 16.0cm x 9.3cm x 1.5cm not allowed in the cabin on flights to the UK from Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Tunisia. For more information please see https://www.gov.uk/government/news/additional-hand-luggage-restrictions-on-some-flights-to-the-uk
Carriage and other services provided by the carrier are subject to conditions of contract, which are hereby incorporated by reference. These conditions may be obtained from the issuing carrier. The itinerary/receipt constitutes the passenger ticket for the purposes of Article 3 of the Warsaw convention, except where the carrier delivers to the passenger another document complying with the requirements of Article 3. If the passenger's journey involves an ultimate destination or stop in a country other than the country of departure the Warsaw Convention may be applicable, and the convention governs, and in most cases limits, the liability of carriers for death or personal injury and in respect of loss of or damage to baggage. See also notices headed Advice to International Passengers on limitation of liability and notice of baggage liability limitations. Full conditions can be found at WWW.IATA.ORG or by clicking HERE
If you are travelling to USA, all qualified Visa Waiver Program travellers will be required to obtain electronic travel authorization prior to boarding an air or sea carrier to the United States.
Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) to USA
Travellers who do not receive travel authorization prior to their departure may be denied boarding, experience delays or be denied admission into the United
States. Applications may be submitted at any time prior to travel, but no less than 72 hours prior to departure.
Travel Authorization is obtained through an online registration system known as the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). If your registration
is successful, it will be valid for multiple applications for two years or until the date on which your passport expires, whichever comes first.
Submit your ESTA Application at WWW.IATA.ORG