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Travel Tips

Plan Ahead
Not all the seats on the plane sell for the same fare. There are a lot of different fare types with specific rules and regulations. The cheapest seats usually sell out very quickly. Some published fares differ by advance purchase restriction. Tickets with 21-day advance purchase are usually the least expensive. The most expensive are fares with no advance purchase restriction. For peak travel dates (Christmas, New Years Day, Thanksgiving, Presidents Day etc.), buy tickets few months in advance. For international travel, traveling on weekends usually costs more than Mondays-Thursdays. For domestic travel, least expensive travel days are usually Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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Check Travel Documents
Always make sure your passport is valid. Some countries require that passport be valid at least 6 months after your arrival. If you never traveled abroad, please apply for new passport soon. Please check with the travel agent and with embassy of the country you plan to visit, if you need entry visa. Travel agents and airlines are not responsible for your passport and visas. Airport staff has the right to deny any traveler if travel documents are not complete. That will only delay your travel and expose you to additional rebooking fees. Infants under 2 years old should have a valid passport for all international trips. For domestic, copy of the birth certificate is required.
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Seat Assignment
Always ask for seat assignment in advance. This is especially important when airlines overbook their flights during high season. Then, passengers with seat assignment are the least likely to be bumped out. Travel agent will do everything possible to accommodate you. Do not ask for exit row seats since they are most of the time blocked for check-in only or for VIP frequent flyers. Bulkhead seats are for passengers with infants. Travel agent will request a bassinet if your infant is under 6 months old, although they are not guaranteed to confirm.
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