If you do not find the fare for your travel that you are looking for on the dates that you requested, try searching for flights a day before or a day after as tickets to your destination might be sold out for those dates. You can also search for flights from a nearby airport if the city has more than one airport. Traveling on weekdays is usually cheaper than traveling on the weekends.
Sometimes discount airfares for international and domestic flights can not be found online because of the daily fare changes made by the airlines. We recommend that if you can not find the fare that you are looking for to please send us your request via email and we will do our best to find good fares and flights for you.
Domestic travelers, please be sure to provide all the passenger’s first and last names as they appear on the government issued ID’s that they will be traveling with.
International travelers, please be sure to provide all the passenger’s first and last names as they appear on the passports that they will be traveling with.
Some airlines require travelers to present the credit card that they used to purchase the ticket online. If you are planning to purchase a ticket for a relative or friend who does not have access to your card, please call the airline and inquire about their third party requirements.
All discounted airline tickets are non-refundable, non-changeable, and non-transferable. Unused tickets have zero value after the original departure date.
Third Party Credit Card: When purchasing airline tickets for someone other than yourself, or when credit card holder is traveling with passengers that have a different last name, the credit card holder must authorize the charge by completing the Credit Card Authorization Form and faxed to us within 12 hours of purchasing the tickets. Failure to fax the Credit Card form may result in cancellation of reservations at the company’s discretion.
All travelers within the fifty United States are required to present a valid, government issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, at the airline’s ticket counter at check-in. Parents normally vouch for their children’s identification. Unaccompanied minors have stricter rules and parents should check with the airline regarding those rules.
All international travelers are required to have a valid passport with them at the time of check-in. Travelers may need visas for certain countries so please check with the airline or the consulate of the country you are visiting before traveling. Passengers are required to have the correct documentation in hand at the airport at the time of their departure. Passengers who plan to travel to certain areas must make themselves aware of any health issues and seek proper vaccination if necessary before traveling.
Checking in at Airport
All passengers with confirmed reservations must check in at the airline’s ticket counter to receive their boarding passes. It is recommended that passengers arrive two hours in advance for domestic flights and three hours in advance for international flights. These recommendations have been made by the Transportation Safety Administration and are subject to change.
Seats and Meals: Seat assignments and special meal requests can be made to the airline but cannot be guaranteed. Seats for all passengers traveling together will be selected automatically and will be adjacent to the primary passenger, based on seat availability at the time of purchase. You may check and reconfirm your seat and request a special meal (if the airline allows it) between 24 and 48 hours prior to departure by contacting the airline directly.
Flight Schedule Changes
All airlines periodically adjust their flight schedules. It is solely the passenger’s responsibility to check flight times and reconfirm reservations, within 72 hours of departure, for all flights within an itinerary. Failure to reconfirm onward travel may result in complete cancellation of all following reservations. We always advise you to reconfirm your flight before departure.