Check-In and Boarding Passes

This depends on the airline - the airline website will advise full details. Generally, you can check-in online between 24 and 72 hours prior to departure.

Once you have received your e-ticket, it is not necessary to reconfirm your booking. If the airline has a schedule change, we will contact you. You should also check your flight status on the airline's website for any late changes.

You can check your flight status on your airline’s website or on a travel tracker site such as Flight Stats. Or you can download the app. Please note that last minute changes may not reflect on these sites.

This varies between airlines and whether your flight is domestic or international. Please consult your airline's website for a detailed breakdown. However, as a general rule, all liquids should be in containers of less than 100 ml in volume. The Australian Government Travel Secure website is a good site to get further information, visit now.

Your passport for international travel or valid photo ID for domestic travel, your itinerary with airline reference, and your boarding pass if you have done online check-in (not every airline has this option).

Your boarding pass is the document that allows you to get on the aircraft. You will get your boarding pass when you check-in for your flight. If you check-in online, you can often save your boarding pass electronically on your phone, but we always suggest having a paper copy as well.

For domestic flights, you should be at the airport at least 45 minutes prior to departure. If you are travelling on a domestic flight that is connecting to an onward international flight, you need to check-in at least one hour prior to departure. If you are checking into an international departure, allow at least two hours, or up to three hours at certain high security or high-density airports.