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For cancellations or to make any changes on your reservation, it is advisable to contact your Travel Consultant or visit us at our office.
No. Due to security reasons once a final booking has been made, customers are not allowed to make any changes or corrections to their name. Hence, when booking your flight ticket it is important to ensure that you enter your name as it appears on your passport.
If you have not received your e-ticket after booking online with Commerce Tours, please look in your “spam folder” in your email box. Another reason may be the use of different e-mail accounts. Therefore, please check your other e-mail addresses. If you have still not received your e-ticket, please Contact Us.
If you have booked a scheduled flight, it is possible to check your flight time on Check MyTrip. Alternatively, you could check the status of your flight (including the current flight time) directly on the website of your airline.
You can make a payment for your travel using the following options:
|Commerce Tours Gift Voucher
|Austrian Credit Cards
|Austrian Bank Transfer
Important: If you intend to use your Credit Card, please inform your travel consultant in advance as certain airlines do not accept Credit Card payments for certain fares.
*Payment in installments is only possible for individuals residing in Vienna, Austria who have a valid work permit. S/he should have been employed in the same company for the past 6 months and should be earning a minimum salary of 850.00 € net, per month.
An ‘e-ticket’ carries the same information as a paper ticket. The major difference is an e-ticket is located in an airline’s computer database, instead of the passenger’s suitcase. It is an electronic record of the traveler’s airline reservation, containing information such as the time, date and place of the flight, airport, seat assignment and travel class.
During check-in, e-ticket passengers need only show a valid photo identification card such as a driver’s license or passport to claim their spot on the aircraft. Once the airline confirms the traveler’s information, it issues a boarding pass that the traveler uses to board the plane.
Please contact our Travel Consultants for more information.
Once our Travel Consultant has confirmed your travel booking and payment is made, your credit card or bank account is charged immediately.
Yes, we recommend that you reconfirm your flight reservation with the airline at the destination of departure.
In such a circumstance we recommend that it is highly effective to contact your respective airline directly. When booking your flight ticket with us, please make sure that you have received the address and telephone number of the airline you are flying with.
The most common reasons for a missed flight are:
In such a circumstance, it is advisable to contact your airline. However, depending of the type of ticket purchased you may or may not be compensated.
Please refer to Passenger Rights in the European Union.
This depends on the type of ticket you purchased. There are ‘non-refundable tickets’ and ‘non-changeable tickets’. Our Travel Consultants will be able to advice you on this before booking your flight ticket with us.
Usually not turning up on time is considered as a ‘No-Show’. The airline reserves the right to cancel your entire reservation including connecting flights and return flights. If this happens, you loose your entire ticket. i.e. 100% cancellation.
This depends on the type of ticket you have purchased. Our Travel Consultants will guide you before you purchase your ticket from us.
The most accurate and reliable information is always available with the respective embassies of your destination. However, for a quick reference you could also visit Project Visa.
Please contact our Travel Consultants for baggage allowance.
Please contact the nearest airline counter at the airport of arrival and lodge a complaint to the staff on duty. Please make sure to retain your luggage tags or baggage tags for reference purposes.
We suggest that you contact the nearest airline counter at the airport of arrival and lodge a complaint to the staff on duty.
Since November 2006, new hand luggage regulations came into effect for all passengers departing from airports in the European Union (EU). This specifically concerns taking liquids on board. The new hand baggage security regulations were enacted by the EU to protect passengers from the threat of liquid explosives.
Passengers may carry liquids in their hand luggage, but only within single containers (tubes, cans, bottles) each of which with a capacity not greater than 100 ml. These must be contained in a separate, transparent plastic bag, which must not exceed 1 litre in capacity. Only one bag per passenger is permitted. This plastic bag (e.g. re-sealable freezer bag, standard bag with zip fastener) may contain any number of containers, but must be completely sealed and presented for examination at the security checkpoint.
Passengers are requested to supply their own plastic bag and pack the liquids in the bag accordingly at home.
The definition of liquids include gels, pastes, lotions, liquids/solid mixtures and the contents of pressurised containers, e.g. toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfume, shaving foam, aerosols and other items of a similar consistency.
Special food/drink (e.g. baby food/milk) and medication essential for the flight must not be transported in the bag, however they must be presented separately for examination at the security checkpoint and a plausible explanation must be given for the need for such items. Lipsticks and lip balms must also not be transported in the plastic bag.
Travel value and duty-free items purchased on the day of departure in one of the shops after the security checkpoint at airports in the EU or on board an EU airline continue to be permitted in hand luggage, provided that proof of purchase on that day is given. This also applies to liquids such as perfumes, creams, gels or spirits. The purchased items will be given to passengers in sealed bags together with the proof of purchase. This tamper-proof bag cannot be opened without tearing. Passengers must therefore not open the bags until they have reached their final destination.
Travel insurance is important as it would protect you from any unforeseen circumstances that might occur after you have booked and paid for your trip. Hence, do not forget to include travel insurance in your to-do-list before planning your travel. This insurance safeguards you if emergencies arise before or once you reach your destination. Our Commerce Tours team can assist you in choosing the right travel insurance policy.
Upon check-in at the counter of your airline, you will need:
Following are your options of checking in at Vienna International Airport:
We recommend that you arrive at the airport: