Airport Parking Reservations
Why deal with the stress of dragging heavy luggage on and off public transportation, or worry about the bus being on time? Why fight the masses driving around and around in circles to find a parking space when you could be relaxing before your flight in the airport lounge? Why hassle your friends to drive you to and from the airport every time you leave town? Instead, drive your own car to the airport and save both time and money - reserve airport parking in advance.
- Airport Parking Reservation
The reservation process for airport parking is quick, completely safe, easy to use and – best of all – it is guaranteed. You only pay for one parking day online to secure your spot, and the price includes the shuttle ride to the airport terminals and back again when you return. Depending on the airport, you may even get to choose from different kinds of parking spaces – from self-parking to valet parking to indoor or covered spots. Once you reserve your place, you are all set to go – even before you have packed a single suitcase!
Before you go on holiday you need to ensure that you and your family have adequate insurance cover. Having insurance in place sooner rather than later will ensure that you are fully covered in the event that something unexpected should happen prior to your departure.
- Family Travel Insurance
786 Travel provide a wide range of insurance cover – no matter when or where you are travelling, for pleasure or business, having a lazy beach holiday or taking part in adrenalin rushing sports and activities we can arrange insurance cover to meet your specific needs.
- Holiday Travel Insurance
Whether it’s skiing in the Rockies, bathing in the tropics, on a stag party in Magaluf, or cruising in and out of icebergs in Alaska simply contact us and one of our specialist consultants will be happy to discuss your specific needs and arrange the best, most appropriate and most competitive policy for you.
Red Carpet Service
RedCarpet is Fare to India’s new concierge service initiative to complement the Corporate Travel Program. Suited for frequent First and Business class fliers, the benefits of being a RedCarpet member include:
- Complex routing services without any additional charge
- Red Carpet Service
- Real-time bookings being kept on hold as per the time limit provided by the airline
- Express delivery of paper tickets at no additional charge
- Verification of booking over the phone
- Complimentary transfers from/to airport in India
- Complimentary travel insurance
- Complimentary baggage insurance on US-India travel for US$ 500, in addition to other airline and credit card claims
- Membership Miles (RedCarpet mileage card), which can be used for free upgrades
- Complimentary access to Business class lounges at select airports for Business class passengers
- Personalized requests like local phone SIM card, services of a translator and more
- Luxury Car Service
For further information about Fare to India’s RedCarpet Services, please write to email@example.com
Family Travel: Flying with Kids
You can travel successfully – and with low stress – as a family. Here’s a few things to keep in mind:
- Pack your child’s carry-on as carefully as you pack one for yourself.
- Carry updated pictures of your children in case they wander off.
- Check for special rates and fares for children.
- Check to see if the airline has a child’s menu available.
- Spend some time preparing your child for the trip. Talk to them about travel and flying.
- Check out BootsnAll’s Family Travel Guide.
Planning: Before You Go
Half the fun of traveling is in the planning. Following the process outlined below can ensure you receive the maximum pleasure for your time and money. Your objective should be to arrive at your destination with the information and preparation you need to enjoy it to the maximum.
- Do some research, learn as much as you can about your destination.
- Check to see what type of weather the area has so you can plan accordingly.
- Check your own medical coverage to see what type of coverage you’ll have when away from home. Consider purchasing trip insurance.
- Check the dates of local major holidays or festivals, since services may be limited on those dates.
- Find out if you will need a passport to enter the country. Make sure your passport is up to date and valid. Find out if you will need any visas to enter the country.
Packing Your Bags
What should you be sure to pack? What should you be sure not to?
- A passport, for all travel outside the U.S. and identification purposes.
- Wallet, Driver’s License and/or other proper photo identification required for domestic travel.
- Insurance cards for both your medical and automobile insurance.
- Credit cards, Travelers checks, Coupons.
- Airline, Cruise or Train tickets.
- Itinerary with confirmation numbers and addresses and phone numbers of where you’ll be staying.
- Travel brochures and maps.
- Don’t pack valuable, perishable, and fragile items or items sensitive to heat and cold, in your checked baggage. Try to avoid these items altogether, but if you must take them, they will be safer in your carry-on bag.
- Traveling with the smallest possible amount of luggage is the best way to go.
Lowest Fare Tips: Look out for Airline Specials
As you plan, be sure to also look out for airline specials.
- Make your reservations as soon as you have decided on travel plans. Airlines give discounts for early bookings at least 21 days in advance. The best rates are often those that include a Saturday night stay and have travel dates during the week.
- Fly in the middle of the week. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are the best days to fly. Monday and Friday are usually the most expensive (mainly due to business travelers often flying on these days). Saturdays can also turn up good deals.
- Shopping the Internet can be the quickest and easiest way to compare many different airlines’ rates to find the best deals.
- Check into splitting your trip into two roundtrip sections. A stopover at a midpoint could cost you less, compared to flying a direct route. Although, make sure the savings are large enough to warrant the extra hassles of the stopover.
- Check for special deals.
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