Flight Terms - passport, health & travel documentation

10. Passport, health and travel documentation

10.1 Please ensure that your passport is valid and acceptable and you have any required visa or other documentation for your complete trip and that the name on your passport matches the name on your Confirmation Document. If you fail to do so, you may not be accepted for a Flight and you will be solely responsible for the associated costs, losses or damage incurred as a result of your failure to present the relevant documents. British citizens must hold a valid 10 year passport. Please note that certain destinations insist upon at least six months validity from the return date

10.2 Depending on your nationality, visas may be required for entry into certain destination countries and it is your responsibility to verify whether a visa is required before you travel.

10.3 If health documents are necessary to comply with the requirements of any country you wish to visit, it is your responsibility to procure them. Should failure to obtain any such documents result in fines, surcharges or other financial penalty being imposed upon us, you will be liable to reimburse us accordingly. Where entry is refused, fines or other penalties may be imposed on us and you may be required to return immediately to their country of departure. In addition to being liable to pay any fines and surcharges, you will be liable to pay the cost of your immediate return Flight. You should investigate, by consulting your own doctor if necessary, specific health precautions deemed prudent for the country / resort you intend to visit, and ensure that the appropriate medication/ inoculation requirements are complied with.

10.4 If you arrive at the airport without the correct documentation, you may be refused carriage by us or if you do board your Flight, may be refused entry into any country.
Advance passenger information.

10.5 As a result of legislation introduced by the European Union, when you are travelling between certain countries in Europe and surrounding countries, we are required to provide Advanced Passenger Information (API) to certain destination airports in advance of your Flight.

10.6 If this information is required, we will advise you of the requirement and how to provide us with this information. You will need to provide this information to us more than 3 hours before the scheduled departure of your Flight. The provision of this information by us to the destination airports does not imply any acceptance or eligibility for you to enter any state, territory or country.

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