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Regulations for flights operated by other airlines
If you’re going to be using a feeder or connecting flight with an airline other than Thomas Cook Airlines, there will be some regulations and information that you need to know about before you fly.
Regulations for code sharing flights
A code sharing flight is a flight operated by an airline other than the one named on your ticket. The baggage allowance conditions that apply to these flights will be stated in the on the booking confirmation.
If you need to book any extras such as seat reservation and sports equipment then please contact the airline that you’ll be flying with directly.
Regulations for Thomas Cook Airlines flights with feeder and connecting flights (excluding to/from the USA and Puerto Rico)
If you booked your flight directly with us then the Thomas Cook Airlines baggage allowance conditions will also apply to any feeder or connecting flights. The feeder and/or connecting flights will need to have been purchased with your flight with us and be listed on your Thomas Cook Airlines ticket.
However if you do need to book any other extras or services, the terms and conditions of the respective operating airline apply.
Regulations for Thomas Cook Airlines flights with feeder and connecting flights to/from the USA and Puerto Rico
If you’re travelling to or from the USA or Puerto Rico and using a connecting or feeder flight with an airline other than us, the regulations of the first operating airline will apply. If the first operating airline is not Thomas Cook Airlines, separate baggage regulations will apply to the entire route.