YOUR PRE-FLIGHT CHECKLIST
If you're wondering what you need to do before you fly, take a look at list below of the most important things to get you ready for your trip.
1. Before you travel
Passports and visas
Make sure you have a valid passport and all other documentation required to enter all the countries you will be visiting including transit countries and for returning home. Remember, if you arrive at the airport without the required documents, you will not be allowed to board your flight.
Advanced Passenger Information (APIs)
This information is required by governments before starting a journey, and is collected by us. You can complete Advanced Passenger Information at My Booking.
The API form requests some or all of the following data:
You will need to comply with the health requirements of the country/region you will be visiting. Consult with your doctor about any health requirements you will need before you travel at least 6 weeks prior to departure.
You should ensure that you have sufficient prescription medications to cover your trip and any potential delays. Remember to bring a prescription or letter from your doctor and remember to carry any prescription medication in your hand baggage.
IATA Travel Centre contains information on passport, visa and health regulations which we recommend you visit.
It’s important to have travel insurance that covers you and your group for the entire time you are on your trip. Your policy should cover emergency medical situations as well as baggage loss or damage and expenses incurred from disrupted travel plans.
Please check that your hand baggage or checked baggage complies with the dimensions/weight allowed. You can find information on the Baggage page.
Remember: We recommend you carry any medication in your hand baggage. This would include medication that you cannot easily purchase in the country that you are travelling to.
If you’ve bought gifts for your friends and family and have no more space in your luggage, you can still purchase additional bags online. You can do this on My Bookings. Do this before you get to the airport as it will be cheaper.
2. Day of travel
Getting to the airport
Make sure you plan how you’re getting to the airport. Check traffic alerts or transport updates beforehand in case there are delays on your planned route. This should give you enough time to plan an alternative route.
Remember to get to the airport at least 3 hours before your flight.
If you haven’t already checked in online through My Bookings, you will need to check in at the airport. You can see more information about check-in on this page.
This can sometimes be busy as there are lots of flights departing daily from the same airports. Please allow yourself plenty of time to get through airport security. You can make it as easy as possible by removing your belt and ensuring that you don’t have any metal items in your pockets. Don’t forget to remove laptops and have liquids in a clear bag.
You’ve finally arrived at your destination. If you don’t have someone picking you up, there may be different modes of transport available to get you to your onward destination including car hire, trains, buses, etc. If you choose a taxi make sure it’s registered or official.
Enjoy your holiday and don’t forget to share your pictures with us on Instagram #FlyWithLEVEL
If you need any further assistance, please contact us.
Thank you for choosing to fly with LEVEL and we hope you have a wonderful time at your destination!