How to Buy Aarp Travel (Without the Baggage)
Aarp travel restrictions are now in place in Dubai.
According to the Dubai Airports Authority, the airline has been banned from bringing in any more than five passengers at a time to the airport.
The restrictions are also in place for those visiting Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Oman.
The UAE also restricts travel to a single airline hub from July 1.
Read more about Aarp restrictions here.
Aarp travelers must still check-in for the first leg of their trip on the same day, so they must arrive before 10 a.m. the day of departure, or be allowed to leave early.
A few other restrictions also apply to Aarp passengers, but not for the same reasons.
The only exception is for Aarp guests who have checked in for a flight within a week of the scheduled flight departure date, or the first day of the itinerary.
If you are unsure of your departure date or time, or if you need a hotel accommodation before the end of your trip, check the website of the airline you’re flying with to make sure they have the correct information.
In addition, Aarp’s website also lists a few additional restrictions that may be in place.
For instance, there are no restrictions for AARP members or non-members.
AARP travelers can also purchase Aarp tickets with cash or through a third-party, like JetBlue or Delta.
Read our Aarp FAQ to find out more.
For travelers who travel frequently, AARP has a list of the most popular airlines in the U.S. and Canada that are offering discounted fares.
You can find these flights in their itinerary page.
If your itinerary includes AARP, there is a good chance you will see the same airlines listed below.
If not, we encourage you to check with the airline to find the best deals.
Airlines that are AARP and/or not AARP Airlines that AARP Traveler Number AARP travel restrictions apply to: Air Canada Air Canada has a ban on AARP member airlines from operating flights between the U,S., Canada and Alaska.
Delta Air Lines Delta has a similar ban.
For more information, visit the Delta Airlines FAQ.
JetBlue JetBlue has also implemented AARP restrictions.
You may need to call 800-745-3000 to inquire about a flight that does not currently have AARP.
Delta AARP Airline JetBlue is also not a member of AARP (it is a commercial carrier).
You can check their flight schedules here.
Virgin Atlantic Virgin Atlantic has a few restrictions that apply to its flights.
First, they are not Aarp-certified.
A third-parties must be checked in on the first business day of each month.
Second, they may not fly from the U., the U-S.
or the U.-K.
Third, you must check in at the boarding gate for the scheduled AARP flight and check-out for the departure flight on the day before departure.
Read the Virgin Atlantic Frequent Flyer FAQ for more information.
You must still purchase a ticket at the airport if you plan on flying from the United States, the U S. or K. If this is your first time flying on Virgin Atlantic, you may need a ticket with a valid U. S. Passport to travel from the destination to the U and vice versa.
Air Canada AARP’s restrictions apply on all AARP carriers.
If the airline that you are flying with does not have Aarp or has restrictions that are different from those listed above, they must be confirmed with your airline and then be updated.
Virgin Australia Virgin Australia is a member and has AARP-certification requirements.
If visiting Australia, you can check the Australian travel website here.
You cannot use the AARP reservation system for flights to Australia.
If in doubt, contact your airline.
For AARP passengers who do not plan on visiting Australia in the near future, you should check with your carrier to make certain that you will not need to purchase a travel ticket for this time.
JetTran JetTrans has restrictions on their flights to Europe, which are currently in place, and on the United Kingdom.
A trip to Europe is also limited to two people.
JetTrainJetTrain has Aarp flights to and from the European Union and the United Arab Emirates.
They also have restrictions for flights from the US, Canada and Japan.
They are not a part of Aarp and are not eligible for discount fares.
Virgin America Virgin America is a passenger carrier.
They may not have restrictions on Aarp, but you may be able to book through a trusted third-entity such as JetBlue.
You should check their website for their full itinerary to see if they have restrictions.
Delta Delta Delta Air Line has restrictions for all Delta flights.
Delta has not had restrictions on flights to the European union since March 2018, but Delta has been forced to update their AARP rules for their flights.