If the duration of transit is longer than 48 hours and thus involving a break in journey, is termed a stopover. The cheapest international fares restrict en route stopovers. Higher fare levels may permit stopovers.
We have designed our system to provide results based on the lowest class upwards. The default class is economy since the largest volume of travel is on economy class, and the best fares are featured under economy.
Apart from ECONOMY class which has been provided as a default, the other classes include BUSINESS class (Also known as CLUB or EXECUTIVE Class) and First Class.
A pregnant woman is allowed to travel only up to 36 weeks into her pregnancy for both domestic and international travel. It is mandatory to have an 'OK to travel' certificate given by a certified gynecologist. However every airline has its own policy for travel pertaining to pregnant woman.
'Check Rules' is a very important link because you must know the specific rules regarding the fare that you are considering booking. Certain fares have cancellations and amendment restrictions and it is important to be clear about these rules.
Rules will differ from result to result and is laid down by the airline for a particular fare.
An airline PNR is the Passenger Name Record, and is the reference for the particular booking that is logged in the Airline Reservation System. The airlines will be able to assist you with the help of this number.
E-tickets are designed to improve passenger convenience, allows greater flexibility to the passenger and the travel agent to make changes to the itinerary over the phone or system.
Ticket processing and handling charges are reduced with the elimination of the paper documents. E-Tickets can be delivered by e-mail, and thus tickets cannot get lost or wrongly delivered.
E-tickets cannot get lost or mutilated the way physical tickets can, thus fraud associated with paper tickets such as false use of stolen or lost tickets or issuance of counterfeit tickets is eliminated.
The passenger presents himself for check-in, with the Passenger E-ticket Receipt containing the e-ticket number accompanied by Photo Identification proof. The seat is allocated and boarding pass issued.
In absence of the Passenger E-ticket Receipt, the passenger may provide the PNR (Airline Reference). The airline check-in staff will then scrutinize the supporting identification.
Generally, airlines permit one piece of hand luggage weighing up to 7 kg, with set dimensions 115 cm (length 50 cm + height 45 cm + width 20 cm).
Laptop is permitted in addition to the hand baggage. Most airline also permit other articles like an umbrella, Infant’s food for consumption in flight and infant’s carrying basket, A pair of crutches and/or other prosthetic devices for the passenger’s use provided the passenger is dependent upon them, etc
Exceeding the maximum permitted baggage allowances will entail excess baggage charges.
In such a situation, immediately report the loss or delay to the concerned airline counter at the destination and file an indemnity report and submit it at the same counter. The airline concerned will try to trace your baggage at the earliest.