What details are required when we make a flight reservation?

What details are required when we make a flight reservation?

Input each traveler’s personal information, including full name, date of birth, email address and phone number when booking a flight. You’ll need to indicate whether any traveler is under 18 years of age or is a newborn or infant being held in a lap.

What does it mean when a flight is operated by?

The words “operated by” indicate which company is operating the flight. It is always THAT company’s plane since they are in charge of the flight.

Can someone else buy my plane ticket?

Yes, someone else can buy your plane ticket for you. Not only can you buy a plane ticket for someone else, at Alternative Airlines, but you can also have someone buy a plane ticket on your behalf. Just make sure that they have all your correct details (name, date of birth etc) to buy the flight.

What documents do I need to fly?

Identification

  • Driver’s licenses or other state photo identity cards issued by Department of Motor Vehicles (or equivalent)
  • U.S. passport.
  • U.S. passport card.
  • DHS trusted traveler cards (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI, FAST)
  • U.S. Department of Defense ID, including IDs issued to dependents.
  • Permanent resident card.

Do you need government approval to fly in the US?

Hence no special government permission is required and the “approval” is a total formality. I have an upcoming flight (3 weeks time) SFO-SIN on United that, when I booked 3 weeks ago, was “subject to government approval”. That designator has now come off. The US and Singapore also have Open Skies.

What does it mean to have a flight pending government approval?

Rather than any sort of formal OK. – SpaceDog Dec 2 ’15 at 7:55 It quite literally means that the airline is planning on launching an international route, but can’t legally operate the flight until various government approvals are received.

Do you need government approval to fly to Jamaica?

In this case Yes it is just a formality/rubber stamp. The US and Jamaica have an Open Skies agreement whereby any US and Jamaican airline can fly from anywhere in the US to anywhere in Jamaica, and vice versa. Hence no special government permission is required and the “approval” is a total formality.

When does an airline get the green light to open a route?

Usually this process is a bureaucratic process since it involves many organizations (civil aviation authorities, airport authorities, etc.). Anyway, airlines usually have a green light to open the route before the paper work is done, hence they start advertising that route before they get the final approvals on paper.