Frequently Asked Questions

What documents will I need and when will I receive them?
What documents will I need and when will I receive them? Passengers require documents pertaining to every service that they have booked with us. Documentation for your flights, car hire bookings, invoices, e-tickets, insurance, hotel vouchers etc.

We will send the e-tickets within 48 hours after making booking. Incase if you haven’t heard back then kindly call us on 0208 385 6868.

We will send the documents for hotel & package bookings within 07 days prior to travel.

What are e-tickets and why should I use them?
Electronic tickets, or e-tickets, are now offered by the majority of airlines in the UK. An e-ticket confirms your airline ticket purchase without requiring a paper record; the only record of an e-ticket sale is in electronic form in the airline’s computer system.

  • An e-ticket offers the following advantages:
    • • It allows you to travel without a paper ticket, eliminating the worry of losing your tickets or leaving them behind.
    • • E-ticket reference numbers can be used at self-service check in machines now offered by some airlines to avoid queuing at check in desks. These machines use simple touch screen commands and will print your boarding pass and track air miles (where applicable) automatically. To use this service you will need one of the three following means of identification:
      • - The credit card used to purchase your tickets.
      • - Traveller loyalty card or
      • - An e-ticket receipt.
    • You do not have to wait for your ticket to arrive.
  • You will need to confirm the airline reference number given at the time of booking

How long before my flight departure do I need to check in?
    • • International flights – check in at least 3 hours prior to departure.
    • • European flights – check in at least 2 hours to departure.
    • • Domestic flights – check in at least 1 hour prior to departure.
  • Boarding usually begins 45 minutes prior to departure.
  • Please note- if you arrive at the airport later than your specified time, we can not accept responsibility if you are unable to travel.

Which terminal am I flying from?
Your terminal details will usually be shown on your e-ticket or on the itinerary sent with your paper ticket (if applicable). If you are unsure about which terminal you are flying from please contact us on 0208 385 6868

What is the baggage allowance for my flight?
Your baggage allowance will usually be shown on your e-ticket or on the itinerary sent with your paper ticket (if applicable). If you are unsure about baggage allowance please contact a Customer Services advisor on 0208 385 6868. With effect from 7 January 2008, the Department for Transport has approved new hand baggage arrangements at a number of airports in the UK. This means that at these airports the restriction previously imposed limiting hand baggage to one item per person will no longer apply. Bear in mind different rules apply according to which airport you are flying from and with which airline.

  • • Always check the exact hand luggage allowance with your airline prior to packing. A general guide is that hand luggage should be a maximum weight of 5 kilos, and dimensions should not exceed height 450mm x width 350 mm x depth 200mm. Most airlines have a hand luggage measurement gauge at check-in. Remember to pack your valuables in your hand luggage, and anything you need with you during the flight, like medication. Remember that rules regarding liquids remain in place. Liquids, gels and cosmetics exceeding 100ml are not permitted in hand luggage, and smaller containers must be taken in a transparent plastic bag.
  • • Find out your free allowance for checked baggage. Baggage allowance limits are set by the airlines. Your baggage allowance is stated on your e-ticket receipt or paper ticket (where applicable). Remember to pack sharp objects in your checked baggage.

Weight limits for most airlines:
YPassengers travelling in Economy Class can carry 20 kg without extra charges and passengers travelling Business Class can carry 30 kg. No single bag weighing over 32 kg will be accepted at check in.

A "Piece System" is used in the United States and Canada.
Baggage items, or "pieces", must not be over 158cm in total dimension each (length + width + height), and must not exceed 23kg in weight. To avoid unnecessary delays, you are advised to check your luggage allowance by contacting the airport and airline with which you are travelling. We also advise that you check the weight and dimensions of your baggage before you arrive at the airport. If your bag weighs over 32kg you will be asked to repack before checking in. Passengers with items that exceed the 32kg weight limit, such as sporting equipment, should make special arrangements with the airline in advance.

Does my flight baggage allowance include hand luggage?
No. Always check the exact hand luggage allowance with your airline prior to packing. A general guide is that hand luggage should not exceed height 450mm x width 350mm x depth 200mm. Most airlines have a hand luggage measurement gauge at check in.

Will I need a visa or transit visa for my trip?
You may need a visa for entry into a non-EU country. If you have a connecting flight via a third world country you may also need a transit visa. Information about visa requirements may be found by accessing individual country pages on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website. Non-British citizens including other EU nationals should contact the embassy, high commission or consulate of the destination for up to date advice on immigration, visa and entry requirements. The following websites contain the most up to date information on visas, passports, health and travel advice worldwide:

If you do not have the correct documentation, it is likely that you will be turned away at check in. Furthermore, most countries will not allow you to enter on a one-way ticket without the relevant visa or documentation; therefore we advise that you ensure your travel documentation is in order prior to departure.

What happens if I cancel my travel arrangements?
If you wish to make any cancellations (flight, accommodation, car hire) please contact us on 0208 385 6868. You will need your booking reference/s and any other relevant details to hand. It is worth noting that charges are made for all cancellations. These will vary according to the nature of the booking and will be deducted from any refunds you receive.

Should your reason for cancelling fall within the terms and conditions of any travel insurance you may have already arranged, it may be possible to reclaim some or all losses incurred through your insurance company.

What is Advance Passenger Information?
The law now requires that airlines collect Advance Passenger Information (API) for all passengers before travel to or from certain countries, including Dubai, USA, South Africa, Spain, Thailand and China.

    What information is required?
  • • Passport number
  • • Nationality
  • • Gender
  • • Date of birth
  • • Full name as it appears on your passport
  • • Passport number, country of issue and expiry date
  • • Country of residence

In addition, for the USA, you will need to provide an address in the USA for your first night's accommodation (e.g. hotel name, number and street, city, state and zip code). Most of the information required can be collected by "swiping" most passports through a reader at check-in. However, because some of the new information required cannot be obtained from the passport, collecting this additional information at check-in has the potential to make the airport check-in process much longer with a consequent adverse impact on queues. Adding Advance Passenger Information (where applicable) in advance will speed up check-in for flights. This can be done either at the time of booking or by contacting a Customer Services advisor after booking on 0208 6880.

Can I change/amend my reservation?
To make an amendment to your flight reservation please contact us on 0208 385 6868. Unfortunately not all bookings can be amended. This is subject to the contract of the fare purchased.