Information on Airfare Fees & Taxes
Unless otherwise indicated, prices and deals listed on BabyBoomerTrips.com may incur additional taxes, charges and government-imposed fees. The following overview lists some types of taxes and fees that may apply to your fare:
Passenger Facility Charges: Depending on the itinerary, Passenger Facility Charges (PFCs) of up to $18 USD may apply.
Federal Excise Tax/Segment Fee: A federal excise tax or segment fee of up to $3.70 USD applies per flight segment, if it is not included in the advertised fare. A flight segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing.
September 11th Security Fee: A September 11th Security Fee of $2.50 USD applies per flight segment. A flight segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing.
U.S. or International Departure and Arrival Charges: Depending on the itinerary, the fare may be subjected to U.S. or international government-imposed taxes and fees of up to $200 USD.
Shipping & Handling Fees: Some travel companies and agents may impose shipping and/or handling fees for paper tickets or for certain types of transactions.
Service Fee: Companies listing deals on DunhillVacations.com may charge a service fee.
Itinerary Changes/Cancellations/Refunds: If permitted for the fare, itinerary changes may incur a change fee of up to $150 USD. This change fee will vary by market, carrier and specific fare rule.
Baggage Fees: Checked bags may incur an additional fee, depending on airline and/or itinerary. These fees range from $15 - $45 each way. Airlines also may charge fees for any overweight or oversized bags, typically bags over 50 pounds. More information can be found on the individual airlines' websites.
Set sail to Cuba and enjoy seven nights aboard an all-inclusive cruise. Plus experience extraordinary excursions at each port of call. Spend two days in Havana, and stop in Cienfuegos, Santiago, and Montego Bay.