Many of the cheaper tickets are non refundable. This means that you will lose your money if you choose to cancel. Some tickets are changeable, but usually for a fee. The most restrictive tickets are non changeable also, to change these you would effectively cancel and rebook.
Refunds will not be paid until they have been received by Travelpack from the relevant airline. Usually a delay of 8-10 weeks may be incurred but in some cases (e.g. lost tickets) this delay may be increased by up to 9 months.
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This can depend on the specific airline and destination (please check with them), but generally: * International flights - at least 3 hours before depature * European Destinations - at least 2 hours before departure * Domestic - at least 2 hours before departure
An eticket is an electronic ticket. Most airlines now issue an eticket now instead of a paper ticket. This has a number of distinct advantages: * You cannot forget or lose it * It can be issued quickly and you do not have to wait for it's arrival * At some airports you can check in using checkin machines avoiding queuing.
The Ministry of Home Affairs in India have advised of some new restrictions for travellers who are using a multiple entry tourist visa to visit India with immediate effect: There must be a gap of at least two months between visits to India. Any person visiting the country within two months of the previous visit must, in advance of travel, obtain special permission from a local Mission Post or Embassy. It is essential that you are aware of these restrictions as you will be denied entry into India upon arrival.