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Hello, do you have a boyfriend who wants to make a reservation for a plane back to Sydney-Singapore? The majority of on-line agencies that have much lower fares than the airline's website may not display a real-time fare. Once you make the reservation, the agent will try to make the reservation with the carrier. This is the first issue often encountered by on-line agencies.
And the second is that you are not a customer of the carrier. Are you a customer of the agency? When there is a trouble, modification or malfunction with the airplane and you ask the carrier for help, they will tell you to call the agents. There is a contractual relationship between the carrier and the agents, and then there is a contractual relationship between you and the agents.
So, if you need to make a difference, or again if there is a difference or interruption in the air, you need to solve the problem with the agen. You' ll find that most of these on-line employees have horrible levels of client support. There' s a lot of nightmare about just about every on-line ticket agency that sells airfare.
I' ve always made bookings directly with the airline companies, but it's difficult not to be attracted by these cost reductions. My girlfriend had a third person reservation problems with her accommodation, but I also resorted to third persons and never had a problems ("Thank God!). Are these low-cost rates actually available and available?
What carrier is the plane with? Is it a full-service carrier or one like Scoot? I would stay on an air carrier website when making the reservation. The tariffs have sometimes been quite cheap lately. I just flew with Singapore airlines, returning Brisbane - Singapore for $655.06. Let them know that you want them to subscribe to e-mail notifications of air ticket sales on air carrier sites and receive a low rate when a ticket is sold.
Just don't.................................do not do - these boards have hundred thousand of sorry and sorrowful stories of folks being attracted to what is apparently "cheap" - third parties' websites, don't do!