Fare Restrictions and Rules

√ The ticket(s) is an electronic one, and therefore no tickets will be mailed to you in hard copy. You can print the attached travel itinerary either the e-ticket receipt on airline website using your confirmation number.

√ We would also like to advise you that at this time the flight departure and arrival times are correct. However, airlines frequently change times and/or flight numbers, the fact we can not take responsibility for. Thus, we strongly suggest that you check your reservations 72 hours prior to departure, for any possible schedule changes.

√ Airline baggage allowance fees are not included and may apply. For specific baggage allowance and fees, please check with the carrier(s) website or contact our Customer Relations representatives.

√ Recommended by us check-in time at the airport is 3 hours prior to scheduled departure.

√ No-show tickets are immediately suspended by the airlines and therefore have no value. AranGrant has no power to reinstate such tickets.

√ All tickets are being sold as non-refundable, non-exchangeable, non-transferable and non-reroutable, by default; yet we strongly suggest that for any possible reservation changes or refunds, you contact our Customer Relations department at least 24 hours prior to scheduled flight. Shall the carrier you are scheduled on to depart allow any of the above, AranGrant will assess a processing fee, in addition to any changes/refund penalties imposed by the airline(s).

√ Travel documents are required for all tickets, including a valid Passport for 6 months after the return date. Some countries may require a Visa and/or health card.
It is the passenger's responsibility to make sure you have all necessary travel documents in your possession at check-in. Please verify the visa requirements for all your stops as some of the countries may require a transit visa.

Those passengers transiting via the airports within the European Union - Schengen Zone may need a Schengen Entry visa.

√ Traveling on a one-way ticket may be restricted. If you are traveling on a one-way ticket, it is your responsibility to make sure you are eligible.