It is your responsibility to check with the applicable embassy or consulate whether the destinations that you are visiting requires a visa. It is also important to include all transit points of your journey, which may also require you to obtain a visa. Please note that many countries require that your passport is valid for six months.
Prohibited items are weapons, explosives, incendiaries, and items that are seemingly harmless but may be used as weapons - the so-called 'dual-use' items. Please contact us if you are unsure whether an item is prohibited.
Baggage allowances can vary by airline and destination. Here is a guide to standard allowances (to confirm allowances for your flight booked, please refer to your ticket or contact the airline you are flying with)
Cabin baggage: The following items CANNOT be carried in your hand baggage: Toy or replica guns (plastic or metal) Catapults. If there is a medical reason that passengers need to inject themselves during the flight (e.g. diabetics) they are permitted to carry syringes in the cabin. They may be asked to produce medical evidence when they check in or at the security screenings (a doctor's letter will suffice). This should be kept with them at all times.
Checked in baggage allowance: The standard allowance is 20kg per bag
We recommend that you carry the itinerary confirmation at all times when you travel. The booking reference is only useful until you receive the itinerary and it alone will not be suitable to use when travelling for checking in as it is a House of Travel reference only.