Does anyone of u guys know whether there is a ticket that contains all flights for the period of one or 2 years. i dont mean the RTW ticket where u choose your destinations.
planning a world trip but we´re gonna decide where to go during the trip.
Sorry mate, never heard of such a thing. I doubt it very much.
not heard of such a thing world wide, however, some of the airlines do offer regional air passes which allow you to travel within a specific region over a certain period of time.
Check out Star Alliance and One World Web Sites to see them and check out the conditions. Can´t remember the specifics though. You might still have to say where you´re going for these also.
I´d also check out the rules on the RTW tickets as some of them are much better than others with regards to overland sections and changing destinations after you´ve started off.
We did the Virgin (Great Escapade) which allowed us to do a 6 months overland section which means we can do South America ourselves in this period, before picking up the ticket again somewhere else i.e. LAX
Open Jaw tickets also might give you the flexibility you require i.e. Fly out to one place, fly back (onward) from a different one. However they will cost you as a result.
The ticket doesn't exist my friend!
RTW only last for max of a year and you will have to say where you want to go when booking -you can make changes but are only allowed x amount of them.
My advice - go with the flow....from my experience it's always cheaper to book flights in the actual country you are flying from and not from your home country before you leave
It's always good to not be tied to certain dates - racing to get flights etc
I have seen unlimited flight tickets. Air Canada has some now called "Winter Getaway Passes," and there is one guy that racked up over 1,000,000 air miles in a month using an unlimited flight pass Air Canada had on offer a few years ago.
However, generally these flight passes have some pretty strict limits - what days you can travel, where you can travel and are of a very limited duration (usually a month or two). They are pretty expensive, so if you want to get one you have to be flying very often (probably at least twice a week) to make them affordable.
For a 2 year period, I think you'd be better off looking at point-to-point flights.
Generally, when people go around the world, they can end up doing most of it over land anyway, so you might not end up flying as much as you think.