These general terms and conditions ("T&Cs") apply between you ("You" or the "Customer") and e-Travel S.A. ("We" or "Us"), the operator of the booking portal www.mytrip.com (hereinafter referred to as the "Portal"). It is requested that You read these T&Cs carefully prior to using the Portal. By using the Portal, You agree to these T&Cs. If You do not accept these T&Cs, We ask that You refrain from using the Portal and exit the website.
You must be at least 18 years of age and act in your role as a private consumer to make a booking on the Portal. A private consumer is, as opposed to a business, a natural person who enters into a legal transaction for purposes which are predominantly outside its commercial and/or self-employed activities.
The operator of the Portal and your contractual partner for using the Portal is:
e-Travel S.A. (Mytrip.com)
7 Kifisias Ave., Ampelokipoi 115 23, Athens
Apart from mediating Travel Services as stated in Section 1.1 above, there are also additional services (other than Travel Services) available through the Portal which We, ourselves, are responsible for providing. For such additional services, You enter into a direct contractual relationship with Us. In each case, we clearly inform you if and to what extent we offer own services instead of only mediating third party services. Our own portfolio of services may vary over time. Some of our own services are described in Section 8. For additional services not set forth in these T&C's, a detailed description of such additional services as well as information about our fees and supplementary terms and conditions for booking and usage, is provided to You over the course of the booking process.
We might need to contact You, e.g. in case of subsequent changes to the purchased Travel Services. You must submit accurate contact information such as your telephone number and email address. You must also continuously check if You have received a message from Us.
It is also your responsibility to ensure that You are able to receive our messages. We are not responsible if You do not receive a message from Us due to circumstances reasonably outside of our control including, but not limited to the following: (i) You gave us an incorrect email address; (ii) your email settings won't allow our email to reach You; or (iii) your email settings treat our email as spam.
All flight times specified are local. Next-day arrivals are indicated with a "+1" on the timetable. The stated flight times are preliminary and subject to change on short notice after the ticket has been issued; for example, due to restrictions by flight control, the weather, or functional restrictions by the airline. Please keep yourself informed of the current times well ahead of your flight.
Please comply with the check-in times stated by the airline. The airlines are entitled to refuse boarding if You are late for check-in. Kindly observe that some airlines encourage check-in through their own website as they may charge a check-in fee when checking in manually at the airport.
A combination of two separate one-way tickets instead of a roundtrip ticket is clearly marked as such during the booking procedure. The tickets are treated independently from one another in the event of cancellation, change, disruption of air traffic such as strikes and changes to flight schedules. Each airline's own regulations will apply.
Flight tickets with different booking numbers are always regarded as journeys that are independent of each other.
Your roundtrip ticket or one-way ticket may consist of several segments. According to the conditions of most airlines, such flight segments are to be used in sequence. If not, many airlines will refuse transport on subsequent flight segments (e.g. failure to use one segment of a journey could invalidate the rest of the ticket). For roundtrip tickets a no-show on Your outbound flight may result in Your inbound flight being cancelled by the airline.
Some airlines refuse to transport women who are past week 28th of pregnancy at the time of the outward or return flight. If you are pregnant You must clarify with the airline and your doctor whether or not You can commence the journey.
Please contact the airline to obtain the conditions for traveling with a child who does not have a separate seat. Usually, children above the age of 2 years require a separate seat, while children between the ages of 0 and 2 years travel as infants and will not be allocated a seat of their own. If the infant reaches the age of 2 before the end of the trip, a child ticket must be booked for the entire trip. Infant tickets cannot be booked before birth, as the correct name and date of birth must match those stated in the passport. We will not reimburse any expenses that arise if the wrong type of ticket is booked from the outset.
We do not mediate the booking of any tickets for unaccompanied minors. Children under 18 years must be booked for a journey in the company of an adult. Some countries and airlines refuse entry to children under 18 years unless accompanied by a legal guardian. Please note that some airlines require children under the age of 18 to bring a birth certificate to travel.
Within our capacity as an intermediary, We accept no liability for lost or damaged luggage. Any problems should be reported immediately to the representative of the airline at the airport.
Generally, ground transportation and/or overnight accommodation during your trip is not included in the flight ticket price. You are personally responsible for checking ground transportation timetables and prices.
Standard tickets booked on the Portal have approved connection times. The times required for making connections between flights are calculated by the airlines. If a flight segment is delayed and leads to a missed connection, the airlines are obliged to assist You in reaching your final destination (see Section 11.1).
When separate tickets are booked, the airlines bear no responsibility for missed connections resulting from delays. Therefore, it is your responsibility to ensure that the connection time is sufficient according to the airlines and airports. Any additional costs incurred on account of missed connections will not be reimbursed.
A double booking means that two or more bookings with the same passenger name have been made with the same airline. If You have a double booking, the airline may cancel the trip(s). This may also occur if the bookings have been made with different travel agencies. We are not responsible for cancellations made by the airlines, nor for denied refunds from airlines, in cases where they suspect a double booking.
Please note that certain airlines are prohibited from operating within the EU, according to a decision made by the European Commission in close consultation with the national air transport authorities. Such airlines are prohibited because they are considered unsafe or not subject to adequate control by the authorities of their country.
You can check which airlines are affected by an operating prohibition via the following link: Black List (List of airlines not permitted to operate in the EU)
In order for us to be able to handle the changes requested by You, it is necessary that We receive your change requests at the latest 24 hours prior to the commencement of travel (only by telephone). If You have purchased our Flexible Ticket service, see section 8.
For change requests at shorter notice, we recommend that You contact the relevant airline directly.
Hotel services booked via the Portal are mediated by EAN.com L.P. ("Hotels.com").
All queries in connection with the booking and any change or cancellation request must therefore be made directly to Hotels.com. You can find the contact details for Hotels.com here:
Phone number: 020 3788 4352
Rental car services booked via the Portal are mediated by Traveljigsaw Limited ("Rentalcars.com").
All queries in connection with the booking and any change or cancellation requests must therefore be made directly to Rentalcars.com. You can find the contact details for Rentalcars.com here:
For local contact details please see Rentalcars web site.
The Portal offers the possibility to mix and match multiple individual services as You wish. In this case, You instruct us to act as an intermediary for the booking of various travel services from various suppliers. The relevant suppliers will be clearly presented to You during the booking procedure before the booking is completed. In the event that You combine individual services, no travel contract is concluded between You and us; instead, You conclude several contracts for the provision of individual services with each separate supplier. In this case, We solely operate within our capacity as an intermediary in relation to each individual travel service.
If there are reasons for us to suspect that fraud is being committed, We reserve the right to refuse processing of such payment. Legitimization of Payment may be demanded if a crime is suspected. All types of payment fraud will be reported to the police and referred to a debt collection company.
Complaints relating to our own services are handled solely in writing and are to be submitted within two months after the end date of your trip via the complaint form found here.
If you are travelling into or out of the EU, or on an EU carrier, you may have the right to demand reimbursement for costs which you can assert directly against the relevant airline in the event that your flight is cancelled, delayed or you are denied boarding. For more information about EC Regulation 261/2004, please click here.
The EC-Regulation (889/2002) on air carrier liability in the event of accidents. Regulation can be found here.
As a consumer, you will benefit from any mandatory provisions of the law of the country in which you are resident. Nothing in these T&Cs, including this Section 13.1, affects your rights as a consumer to rely on such mandatory provisions of local law.