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Notes and Small Print (4 minutes to read: important information about baggage and visas, etc)


Prices are estimates only until we have your exact dates of travel and can get reservations for you on the recommended flights. Prices include all taxes and AirTreks ticketing fees. The estimates we send are based on current fares and availability, so the more time that passes between when you receive this estimate and when you book your tickets, the more likely it is that the fare will change.  We highly recommend that you begin the booking process as soon as possible in order to insure that space is available for your preferred dates and to take advantage of the best fares.  


In order to travel on your tickets, the name(s) on your tickets must exactly match the name(s) shown on your passport. Please double check your passport before making reservations.


Please advise us of your seating preference. AirTreks will make every effort to confirm seat reservations when possible. Please be advised that some airlines will assign your seat only upon check-in or may have an additional fee to reserve seat assignments in advance. Some airlines may also have extra legroom seats that can be added for a fee after economy class tickets are purchased.  If this is the case, you can usually make your request directly through the airline.  Please contact AirTreks should you have any questions regarding seating policies for your reserved airline/s. Requests for specific seats cannot be guaranteed.


Most tickets that we sell are not eligible for upgrades to business or first class. This includes using miles to upgrade as well as upgrades that are purchased after tickets have been issued. If it is possible for us to upgrade your ticket, airline change fees will still apply when upgrading to a higher class of service.


Unfortunately, not all airline tickets allow you to accrue 100% of the miles flown, even if you are flying on the airline with which you have a mileage account.  This is especially true for partner airlines (i.e. Delta and Korean Air).  Whether or not you can accrue miles, and at what rate you can accrue them, is dependent on the specific fare at the time the ticket is issued, as well as each carrier’s specific rules regarding mileage accrual at the time of travel. If earning miles on a particular carrier is important to you, please let us know BEFORE you buy your tickets.  Sometimes, if you want to earn 100% miles on a specific airline, you will need to upgrade to a higher fare, or switch carriers for one or more segments of your trip.  

If you give your frequent flier number to your Personal Sales Consultant, AirTreks will 1) enter your frequent flier accounts into your reservations,  and 2) do our best to advise you of the amount of mileage for which your tickets will qualify. Most of the tickets we sell are eligible for at least partial mileage accrual. However, we can’t guarantee that you will be able to accrue miles on all flights booked through AirTreks, and we recommend confirming with your mileage program the degree to which you will be able to accrue miles on flights booked through us.


When you are packing, please keep in mind that the international standard is 20 kg. (44 lbs.) of free baggage per person, total including all carry-on baggage. Some airlines no longer allow free baggage and will charge for carry-on as well as any checked luggage. On flights to, from, or within North America and flights within Europe, paying for all checked baggage is the norm.

The fees will vary from one carrier to another, and usually must be paid upon check in. When it is possible to pay for baggage at the time of booking, AirTreks will include the international standard of 20kg of baggage per person with your ticket package. If you want to include more, ask me about adding it in.

We have compiled a <a href="">list of commonly used airlines and links to their baggage policies</a>.


You are responsible for obtaining any necessary visas and travel permits for all countries that you will be traveling to or transiting through, and for informing yourself as to which countries/areas require visas and/or special permits. Visa and entry requirements may vary widely depending on your nationality, the length of your stay, and the purpose of your visit.  The best way to get information about visa and entry requirements  is to contact the Consulate or Embassy of the countries you plan to visit.  

Please also make certain that your passport is valid for at least six months after the latest expected end date of your trip, as some countries will not allow entry if your passport expires sooner.  

Full terms and conditions of purchase can be found  <a href="">here</a>.

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