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Essential information for your flights


An e-ticket will be sent to you together with a departure letter. This is merely a number/ letter combination that you will use during the check-in process.

When should I check in?

Exposure Expeditions recommends that you arrive two hours prior to departure for all flights. This allows you to have time to find parking, go to the money exchange, or just sit and have a coffee and sandwich to relax prior to the flight.

How much baggage can I have and how do I book extra weight?

Due to today's fuel prices and environmental issues, flight companies have decreased the total baggage allowance on both charter and regular flights. 

For those who wish to have extra baggage in the form of a sport bag, you will need to contact us directly a minimum of three weeks prior to departure. We will then notify the flight company and get it confirmed when possible. 

Extra baggage allowance is often paid for at the time of checking-in. Please note that airlines can choose to refuse acceptance of the bag for many reasons including: too much extra weight, strong winds,  bad weather. Exposure Expeditions cannot guarantee that pre-confirmed, and/ or pre-paid, extra baggage will be allowed on the flight. This is the sole decision of the flight company. Exposure Expeditions cannot influence the cost that the airlines take as fees for extra baggage transportation.

Can I book extra leg room, meals, or pre-book seats on the flight?

There are restrictions that can fall on the traveller when travelling on a charter flight that are not usual on regular flights. If you should require extra leg space, or have any other needs for the flight, please contact us well in advance of your departure. Please note that all charter flights charge a fee for pre-seating, extra leg space and many other services.  These costs will not be covered by Exposure Expeditions.

Meals are not always available to be pre-booked. Please be sure to have extra money with you on the flight in order to purchase food and drinks. This is seldom the case on long haul flights.

Vegetarians or passengers with special dietary needs are often allowed to take food on the flight, as not all flight companies can cater to all food needs.


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