Some routes are not covered by a single ticket. In order for you to get to your destination, you will then have to search for separate flights and plan the arrival and departure times for an appropriate connection. This is time-consuming.
To make it faster and much more convenient, use our Split Tickets filter. This way, the C Teleport app will instantly provide you with the best available flight tickets for the route you need to take. Here’s a short 3-step plan on how to book split tickets, with our new “split airport” feature.
Enter the necessary details to start your search
Use the “Split Tickets” filter, which by default is set to “No splits”. Choose one of the two options, which are described below: 1. Either turn the filter to “Include split ticket flights” and we will start searching for split ticket options to reach your destination. 2. Or turn the filter to “Include split ticket flights in…” … and enter the “Split airport” in the text field below this option on the menu. Now we will also search for split tickets through your split destination.
Choose a flight and book! Happy bookings 🙂
After a booking is being made, no details can be changed anymore. The ticket is being booked to the travelling passenger, which cannot be altered, only cancelled. Still, sometimes passenger passport details need to be changed, for instance when a passport expires and old details were still in the crew manager’s database. The rightful passport details should always be assigned to the ticket.
Due to the strict and complex Visa regulations, you may wish to avoid travelling through the US. Thanks to great customer feedback we recently created the Avoid US airports filter feature to the booking process.
Our platform searches across all airlines and all flights. We can actually find you a lot of flights. We just want to make sure that you will enjoy the best available ticket for your need. But since you are used to getting presented with just a few options, which may not have been optimized to your needs or requirements, it can be perceived as overwhelming.