If you pay attention to FACTS & TRUTH, you will not follow Recommendations which are probably Promotional by friends or employees and/or people seeking Points - because REAL EXPERIENCE is what you actually hope to find here:
SO PLEASE NOTE:
Flightnetwork is BAD and not responsible booking agent, offering poor service if you can find and get response, and you may get only excuses and misguiding for mistakes they actually make - and you must be very, very carful if you actually use this agents who will not serve you diligently according to the standard in the industry.
We also shall never again use FlightNetworks as an agent, because they can not be trusted for expected ample responsible service, Canadians are accustomed to, as they may create problems and cause you increased costs, and will not take responsibility or accountability for causing you hardship.
Our story is longer and we can share it with you, if you ask, but in short, while we fly internationally twice each year and have booked many flights, we never had as bad disappointment from a booking agency.
We booked a prepaid flight, more then half a year in advance, but few months after they asked us to approve few changes, but only two weeks before the flight and after more then 10 emails where we were continuously asking for the proper, new/changed E-Ticket to be posted so we can print it, they actually did what they did not do for more then two months of misguiding us and avoiding theirs responsibility, by also claiming that the Airlines need to do it and where the Airlines said it was the booking agent Flight networks who need to publish the proper changed E-Ticket - from the proper original we had paid for in advance. There were 11 changes to our original booking and only 9 were done and the 2 for the last part of the booking, were not properly adjusted to comply with the changed arrival time, one day ahead, which is a key responsibility of the booking agent.
There was no time left to correct the wrong E-Ticket we finally got, which after all changes edited had made us having to pay for a 36 hours stay in Toronto after advancing the flight into Toronto from overseas by a day. By changing our original booking E-Ticket to another which took half a year to get, they have costed us extra $260 and did not reply to our asking for them to help or fix the problem they created, take some responsibility or admit they did not do the proper work of pointing to this problem.
We simply hope that agents like this, Flight networks, should not be permitted to act as flights booking agents.