What is a Fare Rule?
The rules and restriction of any booking rely upon the fare type that the reservation has been made under. These rules and its relevant conditions for a certain fare type are called Fare Rules. Generally, the lower the fare, the more restrictions a fare has, for instance, non-refundable status, 21-day advance purchase, or Saturday night stay.
What is a Regular Fare?
Regular Fare is standard or normal fares that airlines offer. With this fare in most cases, you'll be able to change the departure date without a penalty charge. There is also a possibility of changing the route. Return of the ticket is also undertaken without a penalty fee.
What is a Lite Fare?
This is carry-on hand luggage only fare. You may want to travel light with this cabin baggage only fare.
What is a Flexible Fare?
Flexible fare means the date in which you want to travel is flexible and therefore can be delayed or moved to another date without any further charges. This is a good choice for busy business travellers who want flexibility and comfort in their travel. Check out our guide on Flexible Flights for more information.
What is a Family Fare?
This is a special transportation rate offered by airline carriers on certain less busy days whereby a wife or children each pay half fare when accompanying a full-fare passenger. Check out our guide on Family Flights for more information.
What is a Return Fare?
A return or round-trip fare is the sum of money it costs to travel to the one place and back again.
What is a Group Fare?
A group fare is a fare which you can book for 10 or more passengers and find some amazing flight deals. For more information on Group Bookings and how you can do it check out our guide here.