TravelPass Pay as you fly

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TravelPass Pay as you fly is based on (negotiated) fares that the airline has with corporate customers.
With Pay as you fly, reservations are charged after a trip is completed, eliminating the need for reissue or refund of tickets. This means booking, changing and cancel at no charge. The charge is made after TravelPass receives flown data from the airlines’ DCS (departure control system). However, if the airline wishes to introduce a rebooking fee or a no-show fee, they may do so in the administration tool.

Several products can also be combined. For example if a passenger has a Trips product between two destinations, they can also have another Trips product for other destinations and also a Pay as you fly product. The TravelPass system recognizes the different products associated with that particular customer.

Read about our Trips and Unlimited products.