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EDMONTON — Whether it’s booking a flight to the wrong airport or showing up to the airport on the wrong day, travel mistakes are more common than some might think.
“One of the most budget-busting, stress-inducing experiences in travel is making a mistake with your booking and not realizing it until it’s too late,” said Neil Bhapkar, chief marketing officer at Flight Network.
“Booking mistakes can really ruin a trip – or even worse, prevent one from happening.”
In hopes of educating people on important travel factors, travel experts at FlightNetwork.com recently analysed more than 40,000 flight bookings to find out the most common mistakes travellers make when booking flights.
Not checking passport expiry dates
The number one mistake was forgetting to check passport expiry dates. Travel experts say this is one of the first things people should do before planning a holiday. If the expiration date has passed, you will be…
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