€5 fee to travel in Schengen zone:
Travellers from countries that currently enjoy visa-free travel throughout Europe’s passport-free Schengen zone face having to apply for a document similar to the US ESTA system, as the EU beefs up security checks. The European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), which could apply to a post-Brexit Britain, will see visitors from 60 ‘visa-waiver’ countries including the US, Canada and Australia having to pay a €5 application fee for the travel document. The authorization, which the European Commission said will take no longer than 10 minutes and described as a “lighter more visitor-friendly regime” than a visa, will be valid for five years and for multiple trips. It will only apply to those 18 and over. Nationals of the visa-free countries will still be able to travel without one but must obtain the authorization prior to travel in the Schengen Area.
Please note that many countries require that your passport be valid for a period of (a minimum) of six months beyond your return date. You should ensure that you meet the passport, visa, affidavit, return/onward ticket, health and other requirements of the countries you wish to visit and those that you transit (even if it is for a plane change). We accept no responsibility if you should be denied boarding or deported for any reason, including your age. Please check the documentation and/or inoculations needed for your destination(s). For further questions regarding travel documentation please contact Flight Network directly. Our office is open 24/7 for your convenience. Obtaining passports and visas may require lengthy processing times and entry to another country may be refused even if your required information and travel documents are complete. We accept no responsibility if you should be denied boarding or deported for any reason including your age. You, the customer must be eighteen years of age (please note the restrictions below with respect to children travelling alone to Europe). If you are purchasing travel services for a customer that is not the age of majority in the applicable jurisdiction you must contact our call centre to arrange the purchase. Our contact details can be found on the right side of this page.
If you’ve made a reservation with Flight Network, traveling to Australia, you will likely need a Visa. The type of Visa depends on your circumstances (I.e. length of stay, purpose of visit etc.). Please click here to find out what type of Australian Visa you’ll need for your trip.
India E-Tourist Visa for International Travelers:
Visit https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html to get more information on tourist visas to India and to submit your online applications.
Indian Passport Holders:
Please ensure that you hold the proper documentation when your itinerary has a connection via USA. You MUST hold a ‘multiple-entry visa’. If proper documentation is not provided at the time of check-in, the airline reserves the right to deny boarding and the entire ticket cost will be forfeited.
European Union Passports:
Passengers travelling to Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland require a passport that must be valid for at least three (3) months beyond the expected date of return. Passengers without valid travel documents will be refused boarding or entry into the destination country. Other countries have similar requirements. For all destinations, it is the responsibility of passengers to ensure that they possess the necessary travel documents.
Entry Requirements For United States:
The department of Homeland Security of the United States of America has introduced new laws effective January 23, 2007 governing the entry requirements to the United States by air. These new laws include mandatory passports for all travelers including Canadian and American citizens. Please ensure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months past your desired return date to ensure that there are not any delays in regards to US Immigration. Please take the time to review the website link for the Department of Homeland Security at: http://www.dhs.gov/crossing-us-borders For additional information on Canada – U.S. border regulations, please refer to the Canada Border Services Agency website at: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/ If you have any questions about this, please do contact us and we will explain this further for you.