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Planning

All confirmed passengers will receive acces to their My Expedirtion Portal. It is important that passengers review the portalfor further information and to complete their participaion and medical check form.

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Arrival and departure

For Air-Cruises starting in Punta Arenas, arrival on Day 1 of the itinerary must be no later than 2 PM. Travellers who miss the arrival deadline will be considered “no-show”. Remember that scheduling tight connections is never wise when travelling to remote places. Protect your travel investment by building some buffer in your travel plans in case of problems with luggage delivery, flight delays etc. In case your flight into Punta Arenas is delayed for reasons beyond your control, Antarctica21 will do everything possible to accommodate your late arrival. However, Antarctica21 cannot assume any responsibility for any resulting complications, including your inability to join the expedition. For Antarctica Express Air-Cruises boarding in Ushuaia is between 3 PM and 4 PM. At 4 PM boarding will close.

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Itinerary

Every effort will be made to adhere to the planned program. However, with this type of adventurous travel to Antarctica, changes to the itinerary may occur due to severe and unpredictable weather. We need to emphasize the fact that weather conditions are unpredictable and that safety is always the paramount concern on any Antarctic voyage. For this reason Antarctica21 reserves the right to change the itinerary described due to weather conditions or other factors beyond Antarctica21’s control without consulting the participants.

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Baggage alowance

The maximum weight allowed on the flights to and from Antarctica is 20 kg (44 Lb.) per passenger, including hand luggage. For Classic Antarctica and Polar Circle Air-Cruises, Excess luggage will be kept in custody in Punta Arenas and will be handed over to travellers upon their return from Antarctica. For Antarctica Express Air-Cruises, excess luggage will be disembarked at Port Williams and will be sent to Punta Arenas by air cargo at the traveller’s expense. It will be available for pick up in Punta Arenas upon the traveller’s return from Antarctica. The baggage weight limit is a technical requirement imposed by the flight operation. Unfortunately, it is not possible to purchase extra allowance.

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Participation form

Participants are required to fill and sign an on-line Participation Form, and to return it to Antarctica21 at least 120 days prior to departure.

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Medical Insurance

Antarctica21 requires participants to be adequately covered by medical insurance, including aero-medical evacuation from Antarctica.

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Cancellation Insurance

Antarctrica21 strongly urges participants to be adequately covered by trip cancellation and interruption insurance.

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Expedition Language

The official expedition language of our Air-Cruises is English.

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Possible flight delays and contingency plan

Flights to and from Antarctica operate based on weather conditions. While historically only a minority of flights have experienced a delay, you should be prepared for that possibility.

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Antarctica is like no other place on earth, and we would love to welcome you there. Complete this short form to receive a customized quote from our team and start planning your Antarctic fly-cruise adventure today.