Travel Resources by Air Concierge is your gateway to the world of air travel, with the latest news on recent developments in the industry and essential resources to help you stay up-to-date and in-touch with all major airlines.
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If you need to get in touch with your airline, find baggage policies for your flight or make online check-in, feel free to use this page to find the latest, up-to date contacts and links of all the airlines we work with. Links to each airline baggage policy and check-in information can be found below. Baggage restrictions and allowances can change without prior notice, so please verify the information by clicking on one of the links below 24 hours before the flight. Also, please note, that not airline have online or web check-in and in some cases you will still need to check in at the airport. Air Concierge has compiled this extensive data base of airline useful links to make easier for you to find the right information in seconds. All 1-800 and 1-866 numbers listed here are toll-free, if called from anywhere within the United States. Major international carriers that don't have U.S. toll-free numbers are featured as well. In case you need additional help or guidance, feel free to call your travel agent or our customer Support department.
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Visa / Passport Information
It is the passenger’s responsibility to have all necessary travel documents in possession at check-in. A valid Passport is required for all international flights. In addition, some countries may require a visa and/or health card. We strongly recommend our customers to verify Visa requirements for all stops, as some countries may require a Transit Visa. Those passengers transiting via or connecting between 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.
Air Concierge and it’s agents do not advise passengers on Visa/Passport requirements. Please contact the embassy of the country you are going to visit or transit through for up-to-date requirements. Please make sure you have all necessary travel documents prior to purchasing your tickets, as most tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. In the event of Visa/Passport issues, Air Concierge shall not be responsible for denied boarding.
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If you need Visa Services, please, go to this page: Visa Services
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Please note: Passport and Visa services are provided by VisaHQ. Air Concierge and its agents will not be responsible for any services and information provided by VisaHQ. Before using VisaHQ, please read the terms and conditions of services
In addition, passport and visa information may be obtained by contacting the Travel Advisory Section of the U.S. Department of State at (202) 647-5225 or by visiting the State Department's Website
. Non-U.S. passport holders should be sure to contact the embassies of their destination and transit countries to obtain entrance requirements.
To obtain medical information, you may contact the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at 404.332.4559 or visit the CDC's Website