Carnival Cruise Line has launched a new “Fly2Fun” Air program which will enhance the travelling experience to Carnival cruise ships.
A new air program called “Fly2Fun”has been launched by Carnival Cruise Line. The new program sets to provide a smoother experience when booking a cruise, offer more options and provide the maximum value for people wanting to cruise with Carnival. The flexibility of the new air service program will give travellers options on choosing the airline and specific requirements in flight. Once chosen Carnival will give an immediate confirmation of the booking.
Fly2Fun will streamline the process especially for those who find looking for the right flights for their cruise a pain. Usually it can be difficult to get the best flight to the cruise ship and with limited options, Carnival hopes to solve all that.
Vicky Blanch, Carnival’s director of travel operations said:
“Our new Fly2Fun program is a convenient tool that saves our guests valuable time when booking their flights while offering attractive features like the Flight Protection Program that provides peace of mind knowing we’ll fly them to the next port should they miss their cruise,”
Carnival is offering two options with Fly2Fun:
Guests or their travel agent can book travel on major carriers up to four days prior to sailing with an attractive “Book Now – Pay Later” feature in which payment for air is collected with the final cruise payment. Additionally, there are no change fees if modifications are made outside of 60 days of departure.
With the Restricted Air option, tickets are non-refundable. Air tickets must be paid at the time of booking and change fees are based on the airlines’ policies once the ticket is issued.
With Fly2Fun flights can be customized for cruisers wanting to travel before or after their sailing. A flight protection plan will also give cruisers peace of mind as it will make sure guests are flown to the ship’s next port of call in case the original departure is missed due to airline mechanical or weather-related issues. The cruise line will cover the costs of getting guests to the next port of call.