Openjet: to be trusted?

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11. Posted by agaag1 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

does anyone have an adress or email?
i want to check if my eticket still is valid because i am afraid they are bankroute/broke

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13. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

It looks like they are now flying under the travelstart brand. Select the country of residence on that first page and you should get some contact details. The country of residence matters, because I think some parts of the business were sold off.... not 100% sure, but vaguely remember something to this effect.

14. Posted by Daisy57 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

I used them 2009 to travel to Hawaii everywhere we were quoted £4000 for 2 travelling with the changes etc - we wentwith open jet as our round trip flights were £1200 for 2 people. It was a long haul but you have to be realistic with these things they are cheap because you may have changes to your seat or times of flight - basically you get what you pay for and in the end we got to our sons wedding we had cash to spare and we emailed there trip advsor service and always got a response - so I think they are ok:)

15. Posted by flyingbob (Inactive 842 posts) 8y Star this if you like it!

Choose your arrival/departure airport.
Look at their website - check out the arr/dep board.
See who's flying in and out.
Go to 'Their' website, check their fares on the dates you want to fly (always accept the flexible +7/-7 days option).
If the fares are not to your satisfaction, then call them. Possible you'll haggle a deal - possibly you wont.
If it doesnt work out, then start looking around elsewhere.
Number 1 rule of thumb nowadays (no exceptions).... ALWAYS, if you can - book your flights with a credit card. You've so much more protection, than using debit card, cash, or cheque.

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