Confirming your flight

Some air carriers require confirmation of your return flight. If this requirement exists, your return flight must be confirmed with the carrier at least 72 hours in advance of its scheduled departure. Failure to do so can result in the cancellation of your reservation. Ask your air carrier or travel agent if and when such confirmation is required.

It is always a good idea to confirm your return flight and provide your air carrier with your current contact information (e-mail address and/or telephone numbers) so that it has the means to notify you should your flight be delayed, advanced or cancelled. Regardless of your air carrier’s requirements, be sure to check your flight status at least 24 hours before the flight and then again before departing for the airport and to respect your carrier’s check in time limits.

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