How to Correctly Read the Air Ticket?

Having looked for the first time on the international air ticket, it is possible to get confused with a lot of incomprehensible symbols, digital codes and abbreviations. As we know, railway as well as bus travel documents are usually very easy to interpret, while air tickets contain a lot of signs obscure for many people. Nevertheless, these tickets for flight are issued in accordance with uniform standards so that the document of any carrier can be accurately interpreted by employees of other airlines and all related services. read more...

Rules of Going Through Security Check at the Airport

The first “must” is to arrive at the airport on time – as early as 3-2 hours before departure, especially if this is an international flight at the world hub. By this step you will avoid creating troubles to other passengers, because you will pass all procedures calmly. Believe us, everyone is also in a hurry, and other people have no reason to let you go ahead, unless you are late for serious grounds. But even in this case there is a good way out – to pay for an urgent service, out of line. read more...

How to Safely Fly With a Child

All over the world more and more moms travel with toddlers and even babies. In the US and Europe, this trend is a far cry from new. The bravest take almost a month old son or daughter on a long flight to Asia.

On the Internet, not for the first year, there have been active discussions and whole “mom” forums of “pros” and “cons.” We decided to analyze all the recommendations and personal experience of our acquaintance mother travelers. The most important for them is to fly with the husband or any family member, who will look after the child, if the woman goes to the lavatory, help with the stroller and luggage, and just replace her during a long flight. But if you have to travel alone, you should listen to time-tested tips. read more...

What To Do If Your Flight is Delayed?

Departures from the world airports are regulated by the national laws, regardless of the carrier.

In general, an airline is not liable to its clients for the delay in the cases as follows:

  • Natural disasters (earthquakes, floods, fires and so on). And this rule applies to natural phenomena both at the point of departure and at the place of arrival.
  • Rapid changes in public life (military operations, epidemics) that affect the safety of flights in question.
  • National or sectoral strikes.
  • State restrictions of flights for crucial reasons.
  • If the delay is connected to technical issues with a plane that could endanger the life and health of passengers.

Any company is interested in its high reputation. Do not worry, anyway you will be offered extra options. Here some typical ones, study them carefully. read more...