Before you Fly

Fares & Taxes

Please check our Reservations Section on the home page for fares available on any specific flight. These vary from flight to flight.

As well as the Full Fare (YOW and Y), there are cheaper Round Trip Special fares (TRT) and also special discount fares (TOW) bookable with three weeks’ notice. Other offers might show up from time to time. The YOW and Y fares are available on all seats but special offers (TRT) will be in limited supply during the Christmas to Easter period. All our current fares above are changeable for US$35 per passenger per sector but conditions do apply. Please take out travel insurance in case your travel plans change.

Our fares are quoted in US Dollars and are subject to change without notice. Unlike some airlines that charge credit card fees & booking fees, with FlyMontserrat there are no hidden-extras.

Taxes & Fees added to our fares (per person)

All flights out of Antigua Antigua Ticket Tax is 10% of the fare on single or return flights
All flights in to and out of Antigua Antigua Airport Administration Charge US$37.50**
Flights Antigua to Nevis Nevis Passenger Facility Charge US$10
All flights out of Nevis Nevis Ticket tax is 10% of the fare on single or return flights
Fuel Surcharge Montserrat to Antigua (or vice versa) US$9.75
Fuel surcharge Nevis to Antigua (or vice versa) US$14
No taxes are payable by infants

 
** For passengers travelling to or from Antigua - The Antigua Airport Administration Charge of US$37.50 is payable AT CHECK-IN ON DEPARTURE for flights inbound to and outbound from Antigua if passengers are not in transit through Antigua Airport within 24 hours. As proof of transit passengers must show their onward/inbound ticket/itinerary to check-in staff. Failure to show proof of transit will result in the tax being charged.

Return Flight Requirements

Visitors who cannot give evidence of their right to live in Montserrat, Nevis or Antigua must either purchase a return or onward ticket or show evidence of having a return or onward booking which they must show to check-in staff on departure. Without this passengers will either have to buy a return ticket before proceeding with check-in or could be denied boarding with no refund. If in doubt please check with the island authorities.

Connections

FlyMontserrat is a point-to-point airline which means that passengers on connecting flights in Antigua must first clear Immigration /Customs formalities, collect their baggage and check-in for the next flight; baggage cannot be ‘through-checked’ to the final destination.

While FlyMontserrat makes every effort to operate on-time it is not responsible for missed-connections. Delays caused by situations outside the Company’s control (for example bad weather, airport closures, security delays and airport personnel strikes) that inconvenience passengers who miss onward flight connections, meetings or have to stay overnight in hotels will not be the responsibility of FlyMontserrat. It is advised that passengers take out insurance to help compensate them in this eventuality. We also recommend that passengers allow at least two hours connection time, especially at peak-travel times at V.C. Bird International Airport, Antigua.

Minimum Connecting Times

How much time to allow between arrival in Antigua by air and our departure time is up to the customer to decide. We advise that AT LEAST 2 hours should be enough but we do not GUARANTEE this because:

  • Incoming flights can be late arriving
  • There can be delays at immigration and/or customs on arrival (sometimes an hour for a fully laden 747)

Passengers should remember our check in CLOSES an hour before departure.

Remember that the US$35 change facility on FlyMontserrat bookings is NOT available after the ticketed check-in time.

Suggestion: If a passenger knows that their incoming flight is delayed and they will not make their connection they should contact us during opening hours (7am to 6pm) before they depart to change their reservation. We will do our best to re-accommodate passengers but changes are subject to availability.

If the connection time looks too fine, or the incoming carrier is often late we suggest you book your onward journey for the following morning.

Taking out travel insurance might cover your loss if you are delayed.

Important baggage information

Air travel is easier and less stressful if you plan in advance- here are some tips:

Checked baggage

  • Know your baggage allowance and use your bathroom scales to weigh it before you leave for the airport.
  • Don't pack any valuables, medication, keys or fragile items in your checked baggage
  • Don't pack your passport, visas or other travel documents because you won't be able to access your baggage after you check-in
  • Take cash or a credit card to pay any Excess Baggage charges
  • Label your bags with your name and destination address ( never use your home address) and/or your e-mail or mobile phone number
  • If there are straps on your baggage please secure them otherwise they could get caught and rip your baggage
  • Remove old tags and labels from previous flights.

Airport security

  • After check in, go immediately through security because there may be long queues and flights won't wait for you.
  • As you approach the security check remove your coat or jacket; take your laptop and liquids out of your hand bag for separate screening and be prepared to remove your shoes and belt if requested.
  • Your hand baggage will be checked by security staff using x-ray machinery. If you have film material over 1000 ASA or are fitted with a heart pacemaker please inform the security screening staff.

Dangerous articles

Restrictions apply to the items you can bring on board your flight.

Some items cannot be brought into the cabin but are permitted in your check in baggage, while others are barred from any kind of baggage at all. Full details are below.

Dangerous articles in hand baggage
The following items are seen as potentially dangerous and cannot be carried in your hand baggage:

  • Toy or replica guns (plastic or metal)
  • Catapults
  • Household cutlery
  • Knives with blades (of any length), Paper knives/letter openers
  • Razor blades
  • Darts, Sporting bats, Billiard, snooker, & pool cues
  • Christmas crackers (while not allowed in hand baggage, if boxed these may be included in check in baggage)
  • Scissors (except those with blunt or round-ended blades less than 6cm in length)
  • Matches
  • Hypodermic syringes
  • Tradesmen's tools

Articles banned from all baggage
Safety considerations mean the items listed below (and other similar items) are not allowed in your baggage at all, whether hand baggage or check in baggage:

  • Cigarette lighters with a blue flame and cigar lighters, including butane, absorbed fuel (Zippo style) and battery powered and novelty lighters
  • Safety matches*
  • Party poppers
  • Compressed gases, whether deeply refrigerated, flammable, non flammable or poisonous - such as butane, oxygen, liquid nitrogen and aqualung cylinders
  • Corrosives such as acids, alkalis, mercury and wet cell batteries
  • Explosives - fireworks, flares, sparklers or other explosives of any kind
  • Flammable liquids and solids such as lighter fuel, paints, thinner and firelighters
  • Radioactive material
  • Briefcases and attaché cases with alarm devices installed
  • Oxidising material such as bleaching powder and peroxides
  • Weapons such as disabling sprays - tear gas, mace, pepper spray and so on
  • Firearms and ammunition**
  • Poisons and infectious substances such as insecticides, weed killers and live virus materials
  • Solids such as carbon dioxide and solid dry ice
  • Other dangerous articles such as magnetised, offensive or irritating materials

*While safety matches and lighters are not permitted in hand baggage or checked baggage, you may carry them on your person. ‘Strike anywhere’ matches are prohibited.
**It’s possible to bring a firearm and limited quantities of ammunition, but you MUST contact us in advance.

If you are unsure about any item please contact the airline. While these items are prohibited in hand baggage or hold baggage, some can be carried as cargo.
FlyMontserrat has an approval to carry Dangerous Goods, provided they are packed in accordance with cargo regulations. Please contact the airline for details in advance.

Carry-on Cabin Baggage

FlyMontserrat operates small commuter-style aircraft with no overhead baggage bins so all carry-on baggage must fit under the seat and be less than 2.5 kilos (6 lbs) It should be smaller than 26cm x 38cm x 15cm (10” x 15” x 6”).

Any bag that is overweight or oversize will be treated as checked baggage and charged accordingly.

In addition, you may take the following items into the cabin: umbrella,walking stick, crutches and a coat, a fully collapsible disabled person's wheelchair and/or braces or other prosthetic device for the passenger's use. Certain items such as an infant pushchair must be labelled and stowed in the checked baggage compartment.

Everything else should be included within your carry-on bag.

Note: An infant carrying basket or bassinet will not be transported in the aircraft cabin unless the size of the basket or the bassinet will permit it being secured by a seat belt and a seat is reserved for the infant.

Checked Baggage Allowances

Checked baggage will, whenever possible, be carried on the same aircraft as you, unless we decide for safety, security or operational reasons to carry it on an alternative flight.

FlyMontserrat baggage allowances and excess baggage policy is as follows; charges are calculated per-flight and will be collected at time of check-in.

Checked bags up to 50 lbs/23kg
Standard
51-70 lbs/23-32kg
Over Weight or Oversized
1st checked bag Free USD 40.00 flat rate
Extra bag(s) USD 40.00 USD 40.00 flat rate
  • All excess baggage (over and above one Standard bag of less than 50 lbs/23 kilos and carry-on of 2.5kg or 6lbs) is accepted on a ‘standby’ basis and will be carried subject to space being available on the aircraft and on payment of the fee(s) listed above.
  • FlyMontserrat is not responsible for any delays in the transportation of excess baggage to its final destination; customs clearance charges and/or costs incurred for the collection of ‘stand by’ baggage.
  • No one piece of baggage shall exceed 70 lbs / 32 kg and must fit into the hold door.
  • Baggage must be within overall dimensions (length + width + height) of a total of 62 inches. Any piece with overall dimensions in excess of this total will be counted as oversized and might have to be quoted for individually.

IMPORTANT

Checked Luggage - FlyMontserrat will not accept items not covered in our limit of liability in or as checked baggage and assumes no responsibility or liability for such items, regardless of whether FlyMontserrat knew or should have known of the presence of such items in checked or transferred baggage. If any such items (camera equipment, jewellery, computers, videos or optical equipment, etc.) are lost, damaged or delayed, you will not be entitled to any reimbursement under our standard baggage liability, or under any declared excess valuation. Do not attempt to check these items. Carry them with you in the passenger cabin (subject to carry-on baggage limitations).

FlyMontserrat is a point-to-point airline and, in the event of delayed baggage arrival, will not accept responsibility for the onward transportation of baggage beyond the FlyMontserrat ticketing destination. Passengers must collect their bags from the Customs area.

Notice of Baggage Liability Limitations

Liability for loss, delay, or damage to baggage is limited unless a higher value is declared in advance and additional charges are paid. For most international travel, including domestic portions of international journeys, the liability limit is approximately US$9.07 per pound or US$20.00 per kg for checked baggage and US$400.00 per passenger for unchecked baggage.

Time limit for action: Baggage claims: Written notice to the carrier must be made within 7 days of the receipt of checked baggage in the case of damage, and, in the case of delay, within 21 days from the date on which it was placed at the disposal of the passenger.

IMPORTANT: You must report any Loss, Damage or Theft relating to your Checked Baggage BEFORE you leave the Customs/Baggage Hall in the airport of arrival.

Cancellations & Refunds

FlyMontserrat fares are non-refundable. If you cancelled before the scheduled time of departure you will be entitled to a refund of taxes paid less an administration fee of US$30 per passenger.

If you fail to cancel before your ticketed departure time, or if you are a ‘No Show’, you will not be eligible for a refund of any kind.

Refund requests must be made to FlyMontserrat, info@flymontserrat.com within 7 days of the original travel date.

You are strongly advised to purchase personal Travel Insurance that includes coverage for Cancellation and Curtailment.

Changing your booking

Check your flight itinerary to see whether the flight you have booked is changeable.

If changes are allowed they must be made before your ticketed check-in time by telephoning or visiting FlyMontserrat’s office in Montserrat, e-mailing them on info@flymontserrat.com, or visiting FlyMontserrat’s handling agents in Antigua or Nevis, (both subject to opening hours). No changes can be made after the ticketed check-in time and unused tickets past the ticketed departure time will be considered as flown and have no value.

On standard (YOW) fares only, flightdates, times, and routes are changeable subject to seat availability, at the rate of US$35 per one way flight/per person/per change. In addition, to these flight change fees, any price difference between the original total price paid and the lowest total price available at the time of the flight change is charged.

Round Trip Specials (TRT) and Special Saver fares (TOW) first have to be upgraded to a full YOW fare and then the change can be made (as above).

Please note that if the total price on the new flight is lower, no refund will be made and the change fee is still applicable.

A passenger name can be changed at the rate of US$35 per passenger per sector. Any name change made to a flight reservation must be for that individual passenger’s complete flight itinerary.

Your ticket is valid for transportation from your point of origin, possibly via a stop-over to the destination as shown on your ticket. The fare you have paid is calculated on this basis. Should you wish to change your journey and disembark at an airport other than your ticketed destination your new journey will be recalculated and you will be given the option of accepting the new price or maintaining your original journey as ticketed. Should you change your journey without our agreement we reserve the right to assess the correct fare for your actual travel and collect from you any difference between the fare you have paid and the fare applicable for your revised journey.

Check-In

If you already have an e-ticket you should proceed directly to the check-in desk and present your confirmation/itinerary with booking reference together with your passport.

All checked and carry-on baggage must be presented at the check-in desk for weighing and labelling. Any unlabelled carry-on baggage will not be allowed on the aircraft. Purchases made in the departures area will be allowed on board if the total carry-on is within weight and size limits.

Check-in desks open two hours prior to scheduled departure, except for early morning departures before 08.15 where the desk opens 1hr 15 mins before departure. Early check-in is highly recommended. Check-in closes strictly 60 minutes before the scheduled time of departure. Passengers who have not COMPLETED check-in by this deadline, and reached the departure gate 30 minutes prior to departure, might have their flight cancelled.
Formalities relating to departure taxes and Antiguan Airport taxes will be conducted at the check-in desk.

On-Line check-in

Passengers have the facility to check-in on-line 24 hours before departure. This can be done through the ‘Online Check-in’ box on the FlyMontserrat website www.flymontserrat.com

Passengers can confirm the timing of their flight and print their boarding pass but they MUST still present themselves at the check-in counter at least one hour before departure to have their baggage tagged and weighed, complete passenger departure tax formalities, and have their passports checked. Passengers who have not gone through these processes at the check-in desk will be asked to return to the check-in desk and, if delayed by the return, risk missing their flights. In Montserrat and Nevis only, check-in time for passengers who check in on-line can be reduced to 45 minutes.

Formalities relating to departure taxes and Antiguan Airport taxes will be conducted at the check-in desk.

 

Antigua
Passenger check-in and ticketing services are provided by C.A.S. at FlyMontserrat’s desk at the right hand end of the LIAT desks, close to the access through to Departures.

Montserrat
Passenger check-in and ticketing services are provided by FlyMontserrat staff at John A Osborne Airport.
For information and reservations, Tel + 1 664-491-3434, e-mail info@flymontserrat.com

Nevis
Passenger check-in and ticketing provided by T.D.C. at their check-in desk at Nevis Airport.
For information and reservations Tel: 469 9333 or 469 5238.

Passenger Mobility

Passengers in need of assistance should inform their travel agent or airline office at time of booking. However, if you need extra time or help to get to boarding gate or onto the aircraft please advise the check-in staff. Please advise if wheelchair access, or other help, is required as early as possible.

Choosing your seat

On FlyMontserrat you choose your seat onboard (subject to the Pilot’s instructions). For reasons of weight and balance the pilot might require passengers to sit in certain allocated seats.

DON’T BE LATE- THE PLANE WON’T WAIT

Make sure that you allow enough time to complete the necessary security checks at the airport, and get to your gate on time. In V C Bird International Airport in Antigua there are frequently long queues for Immigration and Security. You must be at the boarding gate 30 minutes prior to departure time.

Airport Departure Tax Information

FlyMontserrat collects certain taxes on behalf of the government authorities and these are included in your ticket price. However, Adults and Children (over 2 years) will be required to pay, in cash, an additional Airport Departure Tax at the airport before boarding.

Departing from Montserrat

Departure & Security Tax: US$13 (EC$35.00) for CARICOM nationals and US$21 (EC$55) for all other nationals.

Departing from Nevis

Departing passengers over 12 years old are required to pay a Departure tax of US$17 (EC$45).
All departing passengers pay a Security tax of US$2 (EC$5) and departing non nationals pay an environmental levy of US$1.50 (EC$4)

Note all taxes, fees and surcharges are subject to change at no notice

Executive Lounge in Antigua CLUB 1761

FlyMontserrat has teamed up with Club 1761 at VC Bird Airport in Antigua to enhance the travelling experience of its customers.

The newly renovated Club 1761 Executive Lounge is upstairs in the departures area of the airport, providing an oasis of calm from 11 am daily.

Note: To gain access, passengers must have checked in for their departing flight and proceeded through immigration and security to the Departures Lounge.

Services provided in the entry price include:

  • a full service premium bar with a selection of hot, cold beverages and regular and premium alcoholic beverages;
  • a selection of hors d'oeuvres, snacks, sweets, and fruit;
  • an internet station with access to 2 computers, printer, and fax machine;
  • free open WIFI;
  • full-time concierge and service personnel;
  • luggage and coat storage;
  • 2 Cable TV ready 42” Flat screen televisions;
  • a selection of magazines, newspapers, and library.
  • private male and female bathrooms;
  • direct airside access;

Customers benefit from a special rate of US$30 per person – discounted down from the public rate of US$40.
Well-behaved children below the age of 12 can use the facility for US$18.
Contact our office for details.

Children

Unaccompanied Minors

Because of legal requirements and the need to complete certain documentation it is not possible to book an Unaccompanied Minor using the online booking system.

The unaccompanied minor procedure is applied for a child between 5 and 12 years old, not accompanied by an adult over 18 years of age.

A child under 5 years of age is not accepted for transportation on FlyMontserrat flights if not accompanied by an adult.

FlyMontserrat escort

FlyMontserrat flights have no flight attendants (cabin crew) on its aircraft and therefore cannot provide an escort for unaccompanied minors.

Parents or guardians must arrange:

  • The necessary travel documents;
  • For an authorised adult on departure to stay at the airport until the flight is airborne;
  • For an authorised adult upon arrival to be at the airport at the actual time of arrival (contact details of the person must exist in the UM Handling Advice Form as well as in the reservation record);
  • Sign the “Handling advice” form;
  • Pay all costs involved in return transportation (meals, accommodation, ground transport, return fare, etc.) in case the authorized adult fails to meet the UM upon arrival.

FlyMontserrat will accept up to two unaccompanied minors between 5 years and 16 years of age as escort facilities are not available.

Infants

Infants are those under two years old at the time of travel (before their 2nd birthday) while the youngest age an infant can be to travel is 48 hours old.

FlyMontserrat have a special Infant fare of USD 10 one-way when the infant does not have his/her own seat, but sits on an adult’s lap. If you want your infant to sit in his/her own seat (only between 6 -23 months), you will be charged the applicable adult fare. This cannot be booked online so please contact the FlyMontserrat office. There must be one adult accompanying each infant seated on an adult’s lap. If one adult wishes to travel with a second infant, this is only possible if the second infant is seated in an approved car-type seat and the applicable adult fare will be charged. If the second infant is under 6 months you must travel with a second accompanying adult.

Flying with your pets

FlyMontserrat policy on carrying pets and guide/assistance dogs:

Because our aircraft are small, without aisles and with no door preventing access to the cockpit, in the interests of safety all animals (including guide/assistance dogs) have to be carried in crates. These will be placed in the baggage compartment immediately behind the rear seats.

All pets MUST be pre-booked with the office, advising us of the size and weight of the crate containing the animal. This is to ensure that there is room on the aircraft.

  • Crates with animal - total weight under 50 lbs US$50
  • Crates with animals - total weight between 50-70lbs US$100

For any crate with animal with total weight over 70 lbs we will need special assistance in handling. Price on request.

All owners must have the appropriate vetinary clearance paperwork for their pet to travel to its destination. This might include vetinary inspections and must be organized in advance.

Pets without vetinary clearances will not be allowed to travel.

Container Requirements

You must have a correctly sized container otherwise we may have to refuse to take your pet. The following requirements must be met:

  • The container must be large enough for the pet to stand up, turn around and lie down in a natural manner, leaving at least 2 inches between the top of your pet’s head and the roof of the cage. Your pet should be as comfortable as possible
  • The container must be strong enough to protect your pet during transport, be secure enough to contain it and have sufficient ventilation on all four sides.
  • The door must be secured in such a manner that it cannot open accidentally or your pet cannot open it during handling and transport
  • The cage must have a leak-proof base
  • Your pet's nose and paws should not be able to fit through any ventilation opening or door mesh
  • The container must have a water pot accessible from the outside
  • Containers should be made from wood (not fibreboard), rigid plastic or fiberglass.

Many pet shops sell containers suitable for air travel or you can have one made to measure to the International Air Transportation Association specifications. Further information can be found on the IATA website at http://www.iata.org/animals

Group Travel

Due to the limited capacity of FlyMontserrat aircraft we do not offer special group fares. However for groups of up to seven adults travelling together to or from Montserrat (or 9 passengers travelling to or from Nevis) we have special Private Charter rates .
Please see our charter prices section for rates, click here

Passenger Profiles

FlyMontserrat customers can create ‘passenger profiles’ which will then store all their passport and contact details so that when they book all the information is downloaded at the touch of a button, making the booking process far quicker and easier. Attaching existing profile information to bookings will help passengers making bookings on-line as well as in the office or on the telephone.

Passengers will be able to access their ‘Profile Area’ to see the history of all their flights and it is planned that FlyMontserrat will use the flights stored in these Profiles to benefit each passenger through a Loyalty Scheme.

Profiles can be set up either during the on-line booking process or when making a booking in the office. FlyMontserrat’s staff are there to help with this.

Travel Documentation

Every passenger, including children, requires a valid passport which must be produced at time of check-in and carried for the entire journey. It is the passenger's responsibility to ensure that they have in their possession the correct documents needed for travel to any destination. Passengers are advised to print out a copy of their e-ticket or itinerary as Immigration officials may require proof of an onward or return journey.

FlyMontserrat is legally required to supply Advance Passenger Information to the Immigration authorities at the airport of arrival.

Traveling on FlyMontserrat flights is considered International travel. All customers are required to present proof of identity such as:

  • Proof of citizenship such as a passport at the check-in counter.
  • Passengers must also be in possession of a copy of their itinerary as proof of their onward or return journey.
  • Passengers must keep proper documentation on their person during travel.
  • It is the passenger’s responsibility to ensure that they have in their possession the correct documents needed for travel to any destination.
  • Visas as appropriate.

Persons arriving in Montserrat, Antigua or Nevis

Citizens from the USA, Canada, UK and most (but not all) European countries do not require visas for Antigua, Montserrat or Nevis. Some Commonwealth citizens do require visas.

The visa regulations are subject to change so please check before making your travel arrangements.
Visa Guide for Government of Montserrat

 

It is the responsibility of the passenger to check what entry requirements there are.

This information was correct at the time it was posted but we are not responsible for information given which might be changed at any time.

Bagage Claims

If your checked baggage does not arrive with you at the airport, please locate a FlyMontserrat representative and advise them of the situation. You will also be required to complete and sign a Property Irregularity Report Form, which will be supplied by the FlyMontserrat staff or handling agent. (Please note that this must be done before leaving the airport)

 

Lost Baggage

We apologise for any inconvenience you may experience should your bag be delayed. Such isolated incidents are not typical of our high standard of service and we make every effort to locate your property as quickly as possible.

If your checked-in baggage does not arrive with you at the airport arrival hall, please locate a FlyMontserrat Representative and advise them of the situation. You will also be required to complete and sign a Property Irregularity Report Form, which will be supplied by the FlyMontserrat staff or handling agent. (Please note that this must be done before leaving the airport)

Travel Insurance

Passengers are strongly advised to purchase Travel Insurance which will generally include coverage for lost and stolen baggage. Travel Insurance must be purchased before travel commences.

Baggage Collection and Delivery

If Customs regulations permit, we will attempt to arrange for clearance of lost but found baggage. However, in most cases the passenger is obliged to personally clear the baggage through Customs. If allowed to clear baggage on behalf of customer, we will deliver baggage to your home or hotel at destinations to which we fly. FlyMontserrat will not be responsible for onward carriage of bags.

If your baggage has not been located within seven (7) days, a lost baggage claim should be filed with the airline. At this point, a secondary search will be initiated. You will be contacted immediately should we be successful in locating your baggage. On the other hand, if our efforts are to no avail, your claim will be settled in accordance with the applicable international conventions. The liability for baggage loss is limited to U.S.$20.00 per kilo for checked baggage.

Important: FlyMontserrat assume no liability for loss, damage or delay to money, jewellery, perishables, negotiable paper, securities, documents/certificates (business, medical, travel, education), samples, paintings, antiques, artefacts, manuscripts , irreplaceable books or publications, medication, keys, cameras and other photographic or movie equipment, working papers (files, studies, reference material, correspondence, theses etc.), or other similar valuables, fragile items, electronic equipment (videos, stereos, computers).

 

To make a baggage claim or make a comment or suggestion regarding any aspect of our service please use the online ‘Customer Feedback Form’ or write to :

Montserrat Airways Ltd
Customer Relations Manager
PO box 225
Montserrat
British West Indies

Damaged Baggage

If your luggage has been damaged, you must notify a FlyMontserrat Representative before leaving the airport as this substantiates that the damage occurred while in our care. Based on the extent of your damage, we will take a report. A written claim must be submitted within seven (7) days.

Please note: FlyMontserrat assumes no liability for damage such as scratches, scuffs, dents, cuts, wheels, handles, pockets, locks, zippers, pull straps, or damage due to over-packing, manufacturer's defects and as a result of the bag's contents. Additionally, the airline is not liable for any damage resulting from inspections by the authorities responsible for security screening.

FlyMontserrat will not accept claim for damage (to repair and replace) if the baggage tagged is "Limited Release Tag"; also, damage resulting from over-packing or over weight will not be covered (own risk).

When filing a Baggage Claim you are required to submit your Property Irregularity Report (PIR) which will be supplied by the FlyMontserrat staff or handling agent, Claim Form (see download link below) , copy of your boarding pass and baggage tags. The time bar rules apply: 21 days for delayed and 7 days for damaged bags.

Important: FlyMontserrat assume no liability for loss, damage or delay to money, jewellery, perishables, negotiable paper, securities, documents/certificates (business, medical, travel, education), samples, paintings, antiques, artefacts, manuscripts , irreplaceable books or publications, medication, keys, cameras and other photographic or movie equipment, working papers (files, studies, reference material, correspondence, theses etc.), or other similar valuables, fragile items, electronic equipment (videos, stereos, computers).

To make a baggage claim or make a comment or suggestion regarding any aspect of our service please use the online ‘Customer Feedback Form’ or write to :

Montserrat Airways Ltd
Customer Relations Manager
PO box 225
Montserrat
British West Indies

Pilferage

Property Missing from Checked Baggage

FlyMontserrat is only responsible for items missing from checked baggage while it was in the possession of the airline. Pilferage is to be reported at the time of arrival ( before you leave the airport) to our handling agent and you must complete a Property Irregularity Report, which will be supplied by the FlyMontserrat staff or handling agent. The handling agent will arrange to weigh your checked baggage in order to establish the weight of the missing items as compensation is paid on the basis of weight and not the value of the missing items.

The liability for baggage loss, damage or pilferage is limited to U.S.$20.00 per kilo for checked baggage.

We cannot entertain any claims made for pilferage made after you leave the baggage/customs area of the airport arrival hall.

Important: FlyMontserrat assume no liability for loss, damage or delay to money, jewellery, perishables, negotiable paper, securities, documents/certificates (business, medical, travel, education), samples, paintings, antiques, artefacts, manuscripts , irreplaceable books or publications, medication, keys, cameras and other photographic or movie equipment, working papers (files, studies, reference material, correspondence, theses etc.), or other similar valuables, fragile items, electronic equipment (videos, stereos, computers).

Some Household Insurance will cover valuable items and items stolen in transit or you may need to purchase special Travel Insurance. It is your responsibility to arrange such cover.

To make a baggage claim or make a comment or suggestion regarding any aspect of our service please use the online ‘Customer Feedback Form’ or write to :

Montserrat Airways Ltd
Customer Relations Manager
PO box 225
Montserrat
British West Indies

For full terms and conditions please click here

 

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