Will I receive a ticket for my flight?

Most airlines, including easyJet, Flybe, Ryanair, Thomson, Thomas Cook and Aer Lingus are now ticketless (The only exception to this is if your confirmation states your booking is with Teleticket, where your tickets will be emailed to you 14 days before your flight)

Your email confirmation acts as your e-ticket. With most airlines you can simply turn up at the airport with your booking reference number and they will check you in and print your boarding pass for you.

Ryanair charge  (£50/€50 per person, per flight) for this service. All other airlines encourage you to check-in online but it is not a requirement for travel. The check in staff will collect your passport information ffee of charge on the day of your flight so you do not need to access your booking again.

We recommend all passengers check the relevant airport or airlines website for any disruption or amendment to flight timings.

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