Frequently asked questions

Never trust a new travel company which is offering a ticket with difference of more than $10-15 as it may be a fake agency which comes up with unbelievable fares , it basically sells fake tickets and closes its phone lines and offices within short time period.(kindly google fake travel agencies cases for more details). On the other hand WTN is serving customers from more than 25 years now.

kindly ask the travel executive at the time of booking as different airlines has different standards of weight measurement.

Yes, child fares are always cheaper than adult fares.

A reference number is given on every ticket which is a unique identifier for each passenger, when one puts the same number at “check my booking status” at the respective airlines site then one can check all the details.

If you fail to carry a printout of your E-Ticket, you will need to go to the airline counter at the airport and request for an E-Ticket copy by providing the PNR number of your reservation. The PNR number ( You can find this unique number on the top of your E-ticket page.

Wheelchair request needs to be given at the time of booking or in advance to the date of travel. Most airlines offer it free of cost but a few carriers collect charges for same at the check-in counter. The wheelchair facility is available from the check-in counter at the time of departure till the exit of airport building upon arrival.

It is mandatory to carry a government issued photo identification (ID) proof along with the E-Ticket copy. The same is verified by the airport security as well as the airline at the check in counter. On presenting your photo ID proof and E-Ticket copy, your boarding pass will be issued. For international flights, your passport is the only valid photo ID proof that will be accepted. In case of an infant travelling, it is mandatory to carry the birth certificate of the infant along with the ticket. It is not mandatory to carry the credit/debit card that was used to make the payment at the time of the booking.

You require the following documents for International Travel: Passport - Valid for at least 6 months from your travel date. Visa - Valid visa for the country you are visiting. You will also require a Transit Visa if you are transiting for more than 12 hours. Please check Transit Visa rules for the country of transit. Foreign Currency - It is not allowed to carry more than US$ 10,000 as a cash or travellers check. Air Ticket - Confirmed return air ticket. A one-way air ticket will be accepted only for students or working professionals (Student Visa or Work Visa holders), as well as dependents of the working professionals.

The ticket booked is not transferable and is valid only if one of the passengers booked on the ticket presents any of the five identity cards: Voter identity card Passport Pan card Driving license Photo Id card of Central/State Government

Yes, in most instances, you can reserve a particular seat, as long as it is available.

Certain airlines have made it mandatory to feed passport details of a passenger in the reservation. That is why we require the customer to furnish us the passport details at the time of reservation.

No, you would need to produce the originals.

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