REQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. - Who can travel on military fares?
A. - Active U.S. military personnel and active duty reservists on authorized leave or pass, or their spouse and children, traveling at their own expense may travel on military fares offered by U.S. airlines. Discharged military personnel must complete all travel within 7 days of discharge date. Valid active duty U.S. green identification card or separation orders must be presented.

Q. - Are these fares available on other web sites?
A. - In general, most travel web sites do not offer military fares.

Q. - How much can I save when I book a military fare?
A. - The specific discount varies depending on a number of factors including availability and time of year, but when available, military fares are typically 30% to 60% lower than available commercial fares .

Q. - Are military fares available on every flight?
A. - Not always, sometimes there are no military fares available for the dates, route or airline you have selected. In these situations, we will return the lowest commercial fares available.

Q. - Are military fares always the lowestt fare available?
A. - Not always, sometimes there are special offers which make commercial fares less expensive than military fares. In this situations, we will return the commercial fares along with the military fares so you can always see the lowest fare for the route you selected.

Q. - How come you charge a service fee?
A. - Our service fee allow us to cover the cost of maintaining this site and allows us to offer you superior customer support, whether you book online or call and speak with one of our staff.

Q. - What about baggage fees?
A. - Most airlines have started charging baggage fees for checked luggage. The specific fee varies by airline (see list here).

Please note: If you are traveling on a military fare some airlines will waive the baggage fee so make sure to ask when checking in.