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The air ticket is the document that authorizes the passenger to fly on a specific route. Unlike the train ticket, the air ticket is issued in the passenger's name and can therefore only be used by the holder.
The following information appears on each flight ticket: the airline, the issuing agency (travel agency, etc.), the place of issue, the passenger's name, the route, the booking code, the duration of the flight, booking class, and price.
At the airport check-in, the boarding pass is issued which authorizes access to the aircraft and on which both the seat number and the gate and the boarding time appear.
Lately, so-called " e-tickets " (electronic tickets) are being issued more and more often with which you initially receive a confirmation of the reservation; at the airport then, upon presentation of this certificate, the ticket is issued with the relative boarding pass.
For flights with intermediate stopovers, it is advisable, if possible, to check-in for the various sections directly at the beginning of the journey; in this way, it will be possible to immediately receive all boarding passes and immediately know the number of seats. This becomes more necessary if time is limited in the intermediate stages - thus saving new waiting times at check-in. Furthermore, in this way, the flight crew of the subsequent flights is already aware that you have undertaken the journey.
What to pay attention to when booking
In issuing tickets, airlines use booking classes, which differ from those mainly known, "economy, business, and first-class": these refer to seat and air service, while other booking classes, such as example " Y ": normal Economy Class fare ", refer to the fare that was applied when the ticket was issued. Very often these booking classes also depend on how and if it is possible to cancel, modify or obtain a refund of the ticket: tickets in the " Q " booking class, for example, are generally very cheap, but there is no right to refund in case of missed departure.
At the time of booking it is therefore always advisable to ask for information on the possibility of changing and canceling the ticket.
Departure times - Pay attention to all-inclusive travel and "low-cost" flights
In most cases, the times indicated on scheduled flight tickets are respected; on flights that are booked long before departure, it is still advisable to carry out a check (on the airport website or the airline's website).
In tourist packages, flight times are mostly provisional, because in most cases they are charter flights, which may be subject to changes even shortly before departure. For this reason, it is worth checking.