Thank you for your submission. I am on vacation until Monday, July 26. Any payments submitted during this time will be processed on Monday, July 26.
Thank you for submitting your payment request. Heather will process you payment within 12 hours (usually in an hour or two) and then send you a confirmation.
If you put a future date for processing your payment on the form, Heather will process your payment on, or after, that date.
Please read the following notes which you have also agreed to in the disclaimer/disclosure form you filled out:
There may be some entry and exit restrictions based on each country for visitors. These restrictions are set forth by the foreign governments and include DUI's, health concerns & vaccinations, child safety and support, offensive actions or any felony arrest history. It is every traveler's full responsibility to check and verify entry, exit, passport and visa requirements. To avoid entry or exit issues please visit https://travel.state.gov/
All Passengers (including U.S. citizens and children, regardless of age) must have a valid passport book in order to travel to and from the United States.
Passports that are damaged, including passports with bite marks; torn, missing, or separated pages; water damage, holes and other damage rendering text illegible or photos distorted, are not valid and will not be accepted. Passport cards are not an approved form of identification for international travel by air and will not be accepted.
Please note: While a Passport Card is a less expensive option than a Passport Book, they are not accepted for international air travel. They can be accepted for identification while taking a cruise that starts and ends in the United States, but if an emergency should occur while you are out of the country and need to be flown back to the US, the Passport Card will not be accepted.
REAL IDs are also not accepted for international travel by air.
Baggage Fees can be found HERE
Agency Disclosure and Statement of Responsibility
Heather Allison issues these traffic documents in the sole capacity as an agent for the airline, tour company, cruise line or other supplier as indicated in the traffic document, brochure, correspondence or other communication. As the agent of the supplier, Heather Allison does not assume the responsibility for the cancellation or substitution or service by the supplier, financial default of the supplier, refunds or unused services to be provided by the supplier or any obligation, service or monies not the specific responsibility of Heather Allison.
Heather Allison does not own or operate any entity which is to or does provide goods or services for your trip, including, for example, lodging facilities, transportation companies, local ground handlers, tour operators, food service or entertainment providers, etc. As a result, Heather Allison is not liable for any negligent or willful act or failure to act of any such person, or of any other third party not under its control. Without limiting the foregoing, Heather Allison accepts no responsibility for any risk or resulting injury, delay, inconvenience, damage, or death which results from criminal activity, weather or other acts of God, accidents, disease, epidemics or the threat thereof, illness, the provision of inappropriate or no medical attention or the lack of access to the same, the demands of indoor or outdoor activities, strikes, political or civil unrest, overbooking, structural or other defective conditions in hotels or other lodging facilities, acts of terrorism or the threat thereof, insurrection or revolt, or any other event beyond its direct control. In addition, Heather Allison is not responsible for typographical or substantive errors in the descriptions of hotels or programs.
Federal law forbids the carriage of certain hazardous materials, such as aerosols, fireworks, and flammable liquids, aboard the aircraft. If you do not understand these restrictions, contact your airline or go to http://www.faa.gov/about/initiatives/hazmat_safety.
Some countries require insecticide spraying of aircraft prior to a flight or while you are on the aircraft. In such cases, federal law requires that I refer you to DOT’s disinsection website at https://www.transportation.gov/office-policy/aviation-policy/aircraftdisinsection-requirements.