Interline passengers only have one ticket including the airline connecting to or from Winair. Interline passengers can have their baggage checked thru to their final destination if their trip includes the required minimum connecting time between the 2 airlines.
Time interval generally required for checked thru baggage:
From Air France to Winair: 60 Minutes.
From other major airlines to Winair: 90 Minutes.
From Winair to Air France: 120 Minutes.
From Winair to other major airlines: 120 Minutes.
The following airlines have an Interline E-ticketing agreement with Winair:
If your trip doesn't fullfill the conditions above, refer to the independent tickets section.
Passengers that have purchased separate air tickets on Winair and a separate ticket on a major airliner are not eligible to having their luggage transferred automatically to their final destination.
Winair clients and passengers should first clear immigration at their connecting point, collect their luggage and proceed to the Winair or other airline counter to be checked in for your next flight. Allow maximum time as this process takes much longer time-wise.
Recommended time to plan:
From major airlines to Winair: 90 - 120 Minutes.
From Winair to major airlines: 120 - 180 Minutes.
During peak hours from 12pm to 5pm (local time), the airports usually get very congested and the process for clearing immigration and security take longer than usual.
Most major airlines close their flights 60 minutes prior to departure.
For passengers traveling on separate tickets: Winair assumes no liability or responsibility for any misconnections caused due to but not limited to delays, air traffic delays etc.
Should you have any further questions prior to travel, please contact us!