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Most airlines use e-ticketing now. You should get an email from them with instructions for online check in. Within 24 hours of your flight, you go online to the Allegiant site and check in there (just give them the info they ask for, nothing much, mostly contact info and such.You will probably need a code number from the email they send with your flight information.) They will generate an e-ticket for you that you just print out and take that to the airport. You can pick your seat at the same time or in advance, I believe. As far as seating, that's kind of a personal preference. I like sitting on the aisle, without anyone next to me!! that doesn't always happen, of course, but the chances are better that it does happen if I pick a seat in the rear of the plane. I will put up with a bit of engine noise to have more room to spread out. I think most people like the front of the plane, to get out quicker when they land! It really doesn't matter in the long run; you're going to be uncomfortable no matter where you sit. If you get the exit seat, they will ask before you take off if you understand your responsibilities and can handle it. If you are flying in the daytime, you might want a window seat if you want to see the area you are landing in. The middle seat is the most crowded, of course. I prefer the aisle seat as I hate to have to crawl over people to get out for the bathroom or whatever; I would rather them crawl over me than me over them! You might bring snacks with you (dry), as most airlines aren't serving too much on board now, at least for free. I just flew Spirit and they no longer even give out soft drinks on board, but you can buy them and other snacks--credit or debit only, no cash. You can buy stuff in the airport stores after security, but be prepared to pay higher prices there. Have fun! It will all be great!
While most airlines offer paper tickets which can be sent to your home for a fee, Allegiant Air does not offer this service. When you arrive at the airport, you will probably swipe your driver's license, state ID, or credit card you used to order the tickets with through a self check-in kiosk at the Allegiant Air ticket counter. Your boarding pass will be issued to you out of the kiosk printer or by an attendant behind the counter. This is where you will check your bags. Keep your new-york out, because you'll need it at the security check point to compare to your boarding pass. As far as choosing your own seat, it's a mixed bag. Front is more quiet, but usually you board last. In the back you have more engine noise and vibration and people using the bathroom. Exit seats must be occupied by someone over 18 I believe, and someone who is physically able to operate the emergency exit doors. If you are traveling with someone and want to sit together, Allegiant Air offers Pre-Purchase seat assignments for the cost of $11 per passenger, per segment. Here is a site called ifly.com. It will help with everything you need to know about the airline travel process. Flying can be a lot of fun and very relaxing. Enjoy your trip!
I have flown numerous times with Allegiant. You should have immediately received an itinerary confirmation e-mail. Print this out and bring it with you to the airport (I have never been asked for it when checking in, but it's a good idea to have it with you anyway). They WILL ask for your new-york (and the new-york of anyone 18+ on your reservation), find your reservation in the computer and print out your boarding passes there at the airport. You can also check in online at their website up to 24 hours in advance (ONLY if you have preselected seats). As for seat selection, if you've already booked your flight then it's too late for that. As part of the online booking process you are allowed to choose your seats, otherwise you get what they give you at the airport when you check in (they always try to accommodate requests and keep people in a group together whenever possible). If you didn't change ANYTHING at all on the seat selection page then that means you paid for the seats that were automatically selected for you, usually in the very front of the plane (they always automatically have you as far in the front of the plane as they have available seats). You either have to remove the seat selection or pick out other seats. If you did neither, then you actually paid for seat selection, but you chose their default selection. Check your confirmation e-mail to see if there are seats listed; if there are, then that means you actually DID pay for the automatically selected seats, and it's too late to refund them. You can ask about changing them, but there will be a fee if they allow it. If you are unsure whether or not you accidentally purchased their automatic seat selection (it's VERY easy to do as they automatically include EVERY extra thing, like priority boarding, seat selection and Trip Flex, so you have to actually deselect the things you don't want) you can contact them by phone or online chat. As for where to sit, I always prefer to sit just in front of the wings. The wing area is the most structurally sound part of the plane and turbulence tends to be felt less in that area as opposed to sitting toward the front or back. Exit rows/bulkheads usually have more leg room though, but are usually the first to be booked. EDIT @Russel C: NONE of the seats on Allegiant planes recline. There's really no need, they are short-haul flights.
Paper tickets are practically obsolete now. You should have received a confirmation or booking number when you booked your flight. Keep that in case there are any problems. When you arrive to check in on the day of your flight, you just give your name (or that number) to the ticket agent and they will find your reservation in the computer and then print your boarding pass for you. As for seating, the exit rows tend to have more room. Some airlines place a premium on those seats, or don't make them available until 24hrs before the flight. If you can reserve one of those now, I would do it. I prefer the aisle seats because I feel less confined and can stretch out a bit more. I also like to be toward the front so that I can be one of the first off the plane.
Direct from their FAQ Will I be receiving tickets in the mail? Allegiant Air is a ticketless (or e-ticket) airline. When a passenger makes a reservation online or over the phone, that passenger will be issued an itinerary number. That itinerary number must be taken to the check-in counter at the airport on the day of departure. So you'll need the number they gave you after you purchase your seats when you go to check in. How do I view and print my itinerary receipt for my flight? A confirmation will be sent via email after the reservation is purchased. A request for a confirmation to be resent can be made by contacting Allegiant Air's Customer Care Department at 1-702-505-8888. Do I need a paper ticket to travel? No, Allegiant Air works with e-tickets. No paper tickets are issued. As far as where to sit, it depends on your preference. I like looking out the window so I take window seats, preferably away from the plane's wing (so i can look down). I would advise against sitting too close to the back of the plane as it will be a somewhat noisy flight (has been for me in the past). Of course that also depends on the size of the aircraft. If you're paranoid or you want to be a hero, sit near the exit row to help others in case the plane loses oil pressure. ;) Does Allegiant Air have seat assignments? In the past, all seat assignments were made by the airport on the day of departure. Recently, the option was made possible to arrange seat assignments in advance to anyone who wanted to purchase them. Those passengers that do not wish to pay for seat assignments will still have their seats assigned by the airport ticket agents on the day of flight. The airport ticket agents will, as they have in the past, try their best to keep families together. However, the best way to ensure that passengers who wish to sit together will be able to sit together is to pre-purchase a seat assignment. Allegiant Air does not overbook its flights; therefore every passenger is guaranteed a seat. Pre-purchase seat assignments are available for $11 per passenger, per segment.
Did they give you a confirmation number? It should be six characters, and it is probably, though not always, a combination of numbers and letters. The airlines call it a Passenger Name Record (PNR), and some travel agents call it an airline record locator. It may be all letters; very seldom is it all numbers. If you don't have one, call Allegiant and give them as much information as you have about the flight. They can't find you by name alone. Virtually all ticketing in the US and Europe is electronic, so you don't need a ticket in hand. Most airlines send a confirmation e-mail, so you can print a copy for your records. You don't have to have anything in hand to check-in, just be sure to bring government issued photo new-york and show up on the right day and time. Regarding seats, 95% of people who call the airlines ask for an aisle seat as close to the front as possible. Many also ask for bulkheads (first row) and exit rows, because there is slightly more leg room. Those are held until check-in. Bulkheads are used to accomodate disabilities, and to sit in an exit row you must be able to perform exit-row duties in case of an emergency. If you're sitting there, the airline will spell out very clearly what those duties are. Ask Allegiant what type of aircraft it is, then check seatguru.com to make sure your seats recline normally. If they are tagged as "limited recline", you don't want them.
Book the flight earlier as it will be cheaper. Aim for days like Saturday or Wednesday. Try not to book for Friday or Sunday as it is usually more expensive. Make sure you have a valid passport that haven't passed expiration date. I suggest you use a website such as orbitz or expedia to find a variety of flights. If you find a really cheap website I would not book since there is possibility to be a scam. Before booking your flight, go on the airline career's website and read over the baggage weight requirements. Try to refrain from connecting flights as it is not worth the time and effort. Hope this helps:)
No. They have electronic tickets. They should have given you a confirmation number, which can be used to obtain your tickets over the computer so you can print them out. You do choose your own seats, and the best place to sit is in the front of the plane. Have a great trip!