Terms & Conditions

Eligibility: You may have to specify the eligibility requirements for using our travel agency’s services, such as the minimum age or citizenship requirements. You may need to meet certain age requirements. For example, airlines may have age restrictions for children travelling alone or offer discounted fares for children or seniors.
You may need to meet certain health requirements, depending on your destination and the specific requirements of the airline or country you are visiting. For example, you may need to show proof of vaccination for certain diseases or have a negative COVID-19 test result.
You may need a visa or other travel documents in order to enter certain countries. It is your responsibility to obtain any necessary visas or documents before you travel. Although we advise customers to obtain all necessary travel documents, such as passports and visas, and to check the entry requirements of their destination country,

Booking and payment: You should outline the process for booking and paying for travel arrangements, including any deadlines or cancellation policies. You must have a valid form of payment that is accepted by our travel agency. This can be a credit or debit card, or sometimes other forms of payment such as a bank transfer.

Changes and cancellations: Airlines in the United States generally have their own policies for making changes or cancelling flights. Here are a few things to consider when it comes to changes and cancellations on U.S. airlines. Many U.S. airlines have time limits for making changes or cancellations. For example, some may allow you to make changes or cancel a flight within 24 hours of booking without any fees.
Fees: Most U.S. airlines charge a fee for making changes or cancellations to a flight. These fees can vary depending on the type of ticket and the timing of the change.

Refunds: If you cancel a flight, you may be entitled to a refund, depending on the type of ticket and the airline’s policy. Some airlines offer non-refundable tickets at a lower price, while others may offer more flexible tickets that allow for cancellations with a full refund.
Some U.S. airlines may offer waivers for change or cancellation fees in the event of certain circumstances, such as severe weather or a family emergency.

Travel insurance: We recommend all customers purchase travel insurance to protect against unexpected events, such as trip cancellations or medical emergencies. Travel insurance is designed to protect travellers in the event of unexpected events that may occur during a trip. These events can include trip cancellations, medical emergencies, lost or stolen luggage, and other unforeseen circumstances.
Travel insurance can provide customers with peace of mind by allowing them to seek compensation for financial losses that may result from these types of events. It can also provide access to emergency medical care and other assistance while travelling.
While some customers may be hesitant to purchase travel insurance, it is often a wise investment, especially for expensive or complex trips. It can help customers recover some or all of their costs in the event that their trip is disrupted or cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

Liability: You should limit your liability for any loss, damage, or injury that may occur during the trip. As a customer, you may be liable for any damages or injuries that you cause to other people or their property while travelling by air. For example, if you cause damage to the interior of an aircraft or injury to another passenger, you may be responsible for paying for the damages or any medical expenses incurred.
To protect yourself from liability while travelling by air, you should follow all instructions and rules provided by the airline and airport, such as those related to safety and security. You should also be mindful of your actions and take care not to cause harm to others or their property.
It’s important to note that airlines may also have their own terms and conditions that outline their liability for damages or injuries that occur during a flight. These terms and conditions may limit the airline’s liability in certain circumstances, such as in the case of “acts of God” or other events beyond the airline’s control.

Governing law: These Terms and Conditions and the parties’ rights under them shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Delaware, USA, without regard to conflict or choice of law rules. Unless prohibited by applicable law, any claim must be filed within one (1) year of the date on which it arose or accrued. For more please contact us at:

AirTicket Tours and Travel LLC

2055 Limestone Rd

Wilmington, DE 19808, USA

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +1(800) 218-5972