Related 20 reasons to fly Air TransatHave you ever

first_img Related20 reasons to fly Air TransatHave you every heard of Air Transat? Well it’s time to find out more, as this award-winning airline is offering some incredibly cheap transatlantic flights to Canada.Flying with an allergy: Travel advice and tipsOver 20 million people in the UK suffer from allergies, whether it be nut-related or not, and airlines’ allergy policies are being adapted to reflect this. If you’re due to fly and are keen to know more, here are our top tips for travelling with an allergy.Budget airlines: a guide to flying with low-cost carriersWant to know which low cost airlines you can fly with and how to find the cheapest tickets? We’ve taken a no-frills approach to explaining what you can expect when flying with a budget airline. So you’ve found the right flight for the right price, picked your seat and maybe booked yourself some extra luggage allowance. But what about your inflight food arrangements? No one wants 12 hours on-board with nothing but Pringles to keep hunger at bay!Arranging your inflight meal can often be the most complicated part of the process, especially if you’ve got very important, specific dietary requirements. That’s why we’ve stepped in to make things a little bit clearer and to help you find out what’s on your airline’s menu. Whether you’re vegan, lactose intolerant or need a low-salt, low-fat, Kosher meal, fear not, you won’t starve on these airlines*:*While these airlines provide allergen free meals, they cannot guarantee that traces won’t make their way into your meal. They may even serve peanuts as a snack. Contact the airline to double check. Alternatively you could take a packed lunch.Can’t Cook Won’t CookA couple of airlines won’t provide in-flight meals, usually because their routes are not long enough. These are primarily easyJet and Ryanair, although you can purchase snacks and sandwiches on-board. Aer Lingus only serves special meals on flights to the USA, while Thomson Airways do not cater for any requests and only dish out grub when you’re on a flight for seven hours or more. Flights operated by Thomas Cook will try to cater for particular dietary requirements but cannot guarantee that your favourite low-fat, vegetarian, Asian meal will be available when you fly.When to orderMost airlines advise that you order your tailor-made dish at least 48-24 hours before you fly. This can be done over the phone, usually with a quick call to the reservations office, or via the airline’s website under the ‘Manage My Booking’ tab.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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