We recommend that you check the COVID-19 requirements for the destination you're travelling to, we're unable to advise on this information as it is changing on a regular basis. The best way to check the COVID-19 requirements and travel restrictions is by contacting your local embassies or by checking the government websites of all the countries that you're travelling to in your flight itinerary.
We also advise passengers to leave plenty of time at the airport as there will be measures to ensure passengers safety. Queues are expected as social distancing rules apply. Passengers may also be required to wear face masks at the airport and in the cabin. Please be aware that passengers may need to check-in at the airport using self-check-in kiosks provided. However, you can also check-in online to minimise physical contact while travelling.
Unfortunately, we have to follow the airline policies provided and cannot do anything outside of this. Please be assured that all airlines will follow local advice and will not put anyone at risk, so do keep checking the airline's website as policies are being updated on a regular basis. We also recommend you check the rules of the ticket you have purchased to see whether you have a flight that is amendable. You'll find this information on your e-ticket that we provided to you after purchasing your flight.
If you're travelling to an area that is currently advised not to travel to, please contact us and we will call the airline on your behalf. If your chosen destination is still allowing people to travel as normal, unfortunately, you'll have to follow the rules of your purchased ticket. If you're unsure of the rules of your purchased ticket, you can find them on the e-ticket that we sent to you after you purchased your flight.
If your flight is cancelled or your airline allows you to cancel for a refund, we will waive the cancellation fee that we ordinarily charge for cancelling flights and send you the refund amount that we receive from the airline. However, our agent fees are non-refundable.
If you're travelling to a destination that is deemed safe as per the local government and your flight is operating then, yes, you should travel as normal.
If you're feeling unwell and have symptoms that relate to or put you at risk with coronavirus, you should try to get a test as soon as you can and follow your local government stay-at-home advice on what you should do if you develop coronavirus symptoms.
This will be subject to your airline policies. We recommend that you keep up to date on the airline's website for the most up to date policy. If your dates are not included within the policy, we ask that you refer to the rules of the ticket that you purchased. The rules can be found on the e-ticket that we send to you after you booked your flight.
We recommend looking at the website of the airline that you booked on for the most up to date information. If you still cannot find anything regarding the airline's policy, please do call us and we will help you.
Airlines are continuously reviewing their policies and advice, so please do keep reviewing the airline's website. If you do not wish to wait, we ask that you refer to the rules of the ticket that you purchased. The rules of the ticket will be on the e-ticket that we sent you after you booked with us.
Please do not travel if you develop coronavirus symptoms and get a COVID-19 test as soon as you can.
To reduce the possibility of infection, the following precautionary actions are recommended:
The most common symptoms of coronavirus reported include a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a loss or change of smell or taste.