How to find the best flights when volunteering abroad

how to find the best flight when volunteering abroad

About to book a long-haul flight for your Volunteer Experience? It can be quite exciting and confusing. But don’t worry, we have the perfect solution for you and explain you how to find the best flights when volunteering abroad!

Our partner Open-Return-Ticket offers you fair deals for your turbulence-free flight experience! Matching your trip, the ticket experts from Open-Return-Ticket will find the right flight for you. And this completely free of charge! Of course, the support will also help you with rebooking, additional baggage or flight confirmations.

The special feature of our partner: With the Flex Tickets you are guaranteed to remain flexible. You can rebook your destination and date with these flight tickets, free of charge or for a small fee.Tour operator fares, usually very favorable ticket fares, which can only be booked in combination with a booked travel service, are also available for you.

Furthermore, Open-Return-Ticket gives you the freedom to leave the return date open. This means that you can set the date of your return flight later. It gives you more flexibility and can be a great option if you don’t know exactly how long you want to stay on your volunteer project.

If you are also a student, you can take advantage of the special youth fare.
Changing and rebooking flights on your long haul flight can also be stressful. But let me tell you, that doesn’t have to be the case. Because our partner offers you stopover options. In plain English, that means you can make a stopover and explore another city before you fly on. This can be a great way to discover new places and make your flight an even better experience. 

Now you know how to find the best flights when volunteering abroad- so what are you waiting for? Book your perfect flight easily now through our website:

If you prefer booking flights all by yourself, we also got you covered with our flight search. Enjoy your trip!

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  1. Volunteering, in my opinion, is a really fulfilling activity that comes from the heart. But when you assume that role, you have to fulfill all of your obligations.

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