check your documents when you receive them. Call us if you have
Minimum check-in time for domestic flights is 2 hours and for
international flights, 3 hours. ID’s and/or Passports ARE REQUIRED.
– Domestic: We recommend that you reconfirm all flights prior to
departure and at each point of stopover. This will give the
airline the opportunity to keep you advised of any schedule changes.
International: You must reconfirm continuing and return reservations
at least 72 hours prior to flight time at each point of stopover or
your reservations might automatically be cancelled. Failure to
use any reservations may result in the automatic cancellation of all
continuing and return reservations.
AND PROMOTIONAL FARES – Most discount fares involve certain
restrictions. A change in carrier(s), flight(s), time(s) or
routing(s) could result in a carrier demanding a full fare.
Obtain agency or airline assistance before making changes.
If your plans change enroute, try to apply the value of your tickets
toward a reissued one. If a refund is due, obtain a receipt from
times, flights and fares are based on current tariffs that are subject
to change without notice.
– Changes to tickets must be made on or before the departure time of
the originating flight for the ticket to hold its value. Changes
requested after the departure date of the originally ticketed flight
may render your ticket with ‘no value’. Consult the individual
airline for additional information. Cancelled paper tickets must
be returned for proper credit. Lost, stolen or destroyed paper
tickets must be paid for until refund is received from the issuing
carrier and is subject to an airline and agency imposed service
TICKETS: If your travel arrangements involve a request for prepaid
airline tickets, picked up by the passenger at the airline ticket
counter, please note that most carriers require a mandatory
non-refundable service charge. We appreciate your understanding
of this charge imposed by the airline and not by our office, in order
to provide this service.
are usually confirmed on a guaranteed payment basis. If you
cancel or change plans, please notify your hotel(s) within the time
period specified by the hotel.
OF FLIGHTS – Airline flights may be overbooked, and there is a
slight chance that a seat will not be available on a flight for which
a person has a confirmed reservation. A person denied boarding
on a flight might be entitled to a compensatory payment. The rules for
denied boarding compensation is available at all ticket counters.
– Your personal insurance may not adequately cover losses incurred
by cancellation, accident, illness, and stolen or damaged property.
Airline and other travel suppliers’ insurance for baggage have
limited liability. To adequately protect yourself, we strongly
urge you to purchase additional insurance.
– A passport is required when traveling outside the United States.
Be sure you have the necessary tourist cards, visas and health
certificates depending on your destination.
OF LIABILITY – This travel agency is acting as intermediary or as
agent for suppliers in selling services, or in accepting reservations
or bookings for services, which were not directly supplied by this
Travel Agency (such as air carriage, hotel accommodations, ground
transportation, meals, tours, cruises, etc.). This travel agency,
therefore, shall not be responsible for breach of contract or any
intentional or careless actions or omissions on part of such
suppliers, which result in any loss, damage, delay, or injury to your
or your travel companions or group members. Unless the term
“guaranteed” is specifically stated in writing on your ticket,
invoice or reservation itinerary, we do not guarantee any of such
supplier’s rates, bookings or reservations. Your retention of
tickets, reservations or bookings after issuance shall constitute a
consent of the above, and an agreement on your part to convey the
contents hereof to your travel companions or group members. This
Travel Agency herein gives notice that it cannot be held responsible
for any disruption of travel and/or related services in “troubled
areas” due to Monetary Crisis, Political or Social Unrest, Labor
Problems, Mechanical or Construction Difficulties, Climactic
Aberrations, Local Laws, Diseases or Novel Conditions, including