Fees & Taxes Information
Please review the following information carefully from time to time as it is subject to change.
The information below is intended to explain what taxes and fees apply when you book your travel. We try to keep it simple.
Most of the prices you'll see displayed for air fare on our site do not include all applicable taxes and fees to be collected by the airline and remitted to the government. It may not yet be possible to calculate all such taxes and fees; for example, if we don't yet know your departure city or the number of flight segments in your itinerary. In those cases, there will be a plus sign (*) after the displayed price (such as Miami from $155.00*) to let you know that certain additional taxes, governmental fees and other charges, apply, including but not limited to: (i) Airport Passenger Facility Charges of up to US$18, depending on itinerary; (ii) Federal Segment Fees of US$3.60 per segment (defined as a takeoff and a landing); (iii) the September 11th Security Fee of US$2.50 per segment (maximum charge per trip of US$5 one-way, US$10 round-trip); (iv) a Travel Facilities Tax of up to US$16.10 per round-trip for domestic segments beginning or ending in Alaska or Hawaii; and (v) for international itineraries, foreign and U.S. government-imposed charges of up to US$200 per round trip, depending on routing and destination. When you get to the check-out page, from all the vendors, all of these amounts will have been calculated for you and you'll know the total price of your ticket(s) before you make the decision to buy.
Of course, all air fares may be subject to additional restrictions, may not be available on all flights, and may change without notice.
Unless otherwise noted, prices shown for travel packages are in USD for one adult, and if the travel package includes a hotel, it is based upon double occupancy. Prices are subject to change based upon your choice of travel dates, number of travelers, departure city, and your choice of flight, hotels or other items, and may require a minimum number of nights stay.
Information regarding taxes, governmental fees and other charges on any travel-related transactions not discussed above should be calculated and displayed to you prior to final check-out on each site, but we canít control those other sites, once you click away from TravelFleaMarket.com. Also, remember that you may incur other charges while traveling that are not included in the quoted price, such as hotel extra-person or extra-bed charges, resort fees, gratuities, hotel energy surcharges, parking fees, telephone fees, room service, movies, mini-bar, or rental car insurance, gasoline, and other incidentals.
Paper Ticket Shipping Fees.
Most air transactions can be fulfilled using e-tickets. However, if an airline does not offer e-ticketing, or if you request paper tickets, there may be a shipping fee assessed
Fees for Changes/Cancellations/Refunds.
If you change your reservation, airlines may charge a fee to use your ticket as credit for a new reservation. This fee varies by airline, market, and specific fare rules, and may be $150 or more for domestic tickets and $200 or more for international tickets. If you cancel your reservation, airlines usually deduct $150 or more for domestic tickets and $200 or more for international tickets before determining the amount that can be applied towards future travel.