Fly Thomson

FlyThomson, Thomson FlightsFly Thomson (Thomsonfly) was awarded the title of the consumers' favourite leisure airline 2007. Thousands of votes were cast by the public in this section of the awards, which Thomsonfly won. Thomson put this down to their investment in improving the in-flight menus, increased cabin baggage allowance and overall attention to customer service. Passengers who fly Thomson must hold valid identification with a photograph. A passport or EU National identification which must be valid for your chosen Thomsonfly destination. Thomsonfly insist that all passengers make sure they have the necessary valid travel and visa documents for the destination. An important point to remember is that some destinations covered by fly Thomson require UK passports to be valid for over six months from the return date. Since 1998 all passengers under the age of 16 years old must also have their own passports. Children under 16 can still travel on their parent's passport until they reach 16 or the passport expires. Like many airlines Thomson Flights on many routes operate on a ticket-less travel basis. In the past you would probably receive a ticket with tear off sections for each part of your journey. When you fly Thomson you simply take a print out of the booking confirmation or a note of the booking reference to quote at the check-in desk. Whatever it is for your flight you will be advised after you book. For the safety of the Thomson flight staff passengers and aircraft Thomsonfly will not allow anyone to fly if they suspect that a passenger is drunk or on drugs to the extent that they may be a dangers to others. Passengers who have had a few drinks more than they should have, find themselves being removed from flight and face having to get home on another airline at their own expense.

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