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Showing posts with label aviation consolidator. Show all posts

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Web Checking, online checking ...steps for easy and convenient travel

What is Web Checking?

Web check-in is the process in which passengers confirm their presence on a flight via the Internet and typically print their own boarding passes. Depending on the carrier and the specific flight, passengers may also enter details such as meal options and baggage quantities and select their preferred seating.

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Customers may use web check-in 48 hours until 2 hours prior to scheduled departure time.

How does the online check in work?

If you are checking bags in you can go straight to the bag drop off points for your airline. ... You then simply drop the bags at the special desks, so check with airline staff if you are unsure. Staff will scan your printed boarding pass or phone and you can even use these to pass through security.

If the passenger is without hand-baggage he/she can directly board the flight.

Why is Web Checking necessary?

Web Checking reduces the time that one spends at the queue at the airport. One you have done your Web Checking, you can reach 45 minutes before the scheduled time for domestic flights and 2 hours for international flights.  

Web Checking at Airline's website

Is Web Checking beneficial for Frequent Flyers or for Groups?

Web Checking is beneficial for all in general, but it is mostly preferred or convenient for Frequent Flyers mostly for business purpose on a regular basis, as it saves most of their time waiting at the airport.

Apart from Frequent Flyers, Web Checking is also preferable for more than 1 person but not in a group.

For group flyers any airline will allow a maximum of 9 passengers per PNR for Web Checking. 

Web Checking image foe saving time

How convenient is Web Checking?

Web Checking is very much convenient as all leading Airlines provide the “Web Checking” tab on their main website. Once you are done with it, the e boarding pass will be sent to your mail id.

Web Checking easy and convenient way

Web Checking makes your travel easier, less time consuming & hassle free. Do carry a valid ID proof for any inconvenience & kindly co-operate with the Airport authorities for your own safely.

FareHawker an Aviation consolidator for both domestic & international group booking, offers incredible discounts on all leading domestic & international flights for group bookings.

If you book your tickets from FareHawker, this website also allows you for " on its web checking" (airline web checking) on its home page.

Wishing you a Happy & Memorable flight!!!


Friday, 17 February 2017

FareHawker..The complete Travel Consolidator in the Aviation Industry

FareHawker..The complete Travel Consolidator in the Aviation Industry

The wait is over, FareHawker, India’s first aviation portal, the best in the market for group fares. Book domestic airlines group tickets on cheap fare from We are the largest consolidator for Group Air tickets in India. One can get the best fares in the industry only through FareHawker.
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Airlines booking has never been so easy, it’s just a click away from you, just visit our website, put in the dates and SEARCH, the results will be available in no time with the best fares and the best flights for both international and domestic routes OR you can call us at 8010663434 and we at FareHawker will do the task of getting the best fares for you in no time. You will get the most reasonable group CONFIRMED fares on the same day.

FareHawker..the best in the industry

We work as an airline consolidator along with experienced Ex-Airliners who works to provide you the best pocket friendly fares for you to make your Travel more meaningful and memorable.
FareHawker..the best aviation portal

You Can Get discounted fare for Airline ticket booking in India We provide special fare for all airlines. Airline fare can be quoted when you provide your query mentioned above. You can Post Your Query for air ticket booking for various Airlines in India and we work on the same and provide you the detailed information accordingly on air ticket bookings for below mentioned Airlines.

FareHawker, the revolution in air ticketing

FareHawker works with all leading airlines like SpiceJet, Indigo, GoAir, AirIndia, ZoomAir, Jet Airways to name a few in the domestic market, FareHawker also deals with international airlines and provides the best available fares.
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FareHawker not only provides confirmed tickets it also assures DISCOUNTS and FareHawker POINTS for the same travel date or for the next travel date if booked through the website.
Just think of your travel date and let Farehawker make things possible for your memorable travel.

Let’s make life better with FareHawker!!!

Samhita Das

Monday, 29 August 2016

Expecting mothers - stay safe while flying

Motherhood- the most beautiful stage any woman experiences where care needs to be taken not only for the mother but for the child as well.
During pregnancy, your and your baby's health is of utmost importance. So there's no doubt in saying that expecting mothers will want 100 percent clarity on how to fly safely when carrying their precious load.
As long as you haven't experienced any complications, the safest time to fly when pregnant is during the second trimester. By this time, first trimester morning sickness is likely to have subsided, energy levels are higher and the risk of going into labour is low.
Commercial planes are fine but flying in smaller, non-pressurized planes is not recommended at any stage of your pregnancy as the lower oxygen levels may impact your baby.

Airlines have some restrictions regarding flying for pregnant women. Majority of airlines won't allow pregnant women to fly on a flight over four hours after 36 weeks. For flights under four hours, travel is often not permitted after 38 weeks. If you are 28 weeks or more, airlines will often ask you to present a letter from your doctor

An expectant mother in good health may be accepted for transportation up to and including the 32nd week of pregnancy.
At the time of making the bookings, if the pregnancy is advanced beyond 32 weeks and with the anticipation of normal delivery, the expectant mother be accepted for travel up to and including the 35th week of pregnancy, i.e., up to, at least 5 weeks prior to the expected date of confinement. A medical certificate from the attending obstetrician must be obtained stating that she is fit to travel.
If more than one month elapses between the date the booking is affected and the departure, a further certificate should be obtained, dated not more than 3 days, prior to departure.

Cases of multiple and complicated pregnancy should not be accepted after the 32nd week in the case of :
·         Multiple pregnancy which refers to twins, triplets etc.
·         Complicated pregnancy which refers to cases where on previous occasions a mother has experienced difficult and complicated delivery
In case of the pregnancy beyond 35 weeks, passenger may be accepted for transportation only on urgent or compassionate grounds, with the authority of the Executive Director - Medical Services, after filling the MEDIF form.

Wear maternity clothing:
 Maternity pants are most advisable as it gives you and your baby some room to move. But remember to wear your seat belt low and around the pelvis to reduce pressure on the baby.
When you're pregnant your veins and arteries are already under strain and the low cabin pressure won't help this. It's important to wear in-flight deep vein thrombosis socks and flexible shoes. Try to regularly stretch your limbs, exercises in your chair and remain well-hydrated.
Request for a special seat
Pregnant women are infamous bathroom-goers. To make getting up to go to the toilet easier, book an aisle seat.
If possible, request a seat with more leg room — or better still, pay extra and book a premium economy or business class ticket.
Lastly but most importantly, before flying during any stage of your pregnancy, consult your doctor to discuss any potential risks or concerns you may have. 

Please Note:
Post a normal delivery and in the absence of any complications, the mother would be permitted to fly 48 hours after delivery provided she has a 'Fitness-to-Fly' certificate from her treating obstetrician.
Post a Caesarean delivery, the mother would be permitted to fly one week after the delivery provided she has a 'Fitness-to-Fly' certificate from her treating obstetrician.
Infants less than 7 days old will not be permitted to undertake both domestic and international travel. However, in an exigency, wherein life saving treatment is mandatory for the infant, the mother may be permitted to fly with the infant, provided the new born is certified 'fit to fly', by the concerned pediatrician / treating neonatologist and is accompanied by at least an MBBS doctor.
'Fitness-to-Fly' certificate is valid for a period of 10 days from the date of issue. However, in case of any associated complications, the guest may be requested to produce a more recent certificate (within 48 hours).

Samhita Das