How do I check my itinerary?

How do I check my itinerary?

These are the steps you can follow to verify your reservation step by step:

  1. Open any airlines website. For ex: Click on Plan and Book.
  2. Under My trip section, enter the 6 character PNR code along with your last name or family name.
  3. You can see your trip details along with your name. That’s it!

How do I check my flight booking status?


  1. Visit the website for the airline on which you have booked a flight.
  2. Click on the link from the homepage that says “Flight Status.”
  3. Type your booked flight number into the box and click on the “Check Status” or “Go” button.

Where is PNR number in GoAir ticket?

At the time of booking your GoAir ticket, you will receive your PNR number. On visiting the official website of the airline, you must click the ‘Manage Booking’ tab to view complete details on your flight. It is required to enter your last name and your PNR number.

How can I check flight PNR status first?

You can check your flight status by following these easy steps:

  1. Visit and select ‘Flight Status’ under ‘Plan My Trip’
  2. Enter details of your place of origin and arrival.
  3. Select the date of travel.
  4. Click on ‘Check Now’

How can I get my flight itinerary without confirmation number?

If you do not have your confirmation number, look it up with the help of Southwest’s website. Visit the Southwest Airlines website to retrieve your travel itinerary ( On the homepage of Southwest’s website, click on the link to manage travel, check in online or change your reservations.

Is Go First and GoAir same?

India, 13 May 2021: Go Air, one of the fastest growing airlines in India and “India’s most trusted brand” as recognised by International Brand Consulting Corporation, U.S.A in 2019, has revamped to become Go First.

Is GoAir and Go First same?

Is Go First and IndiGo same?

IndiGo operated by Interglobe Aviation uses ‘’ as its web address name while Wadiagroup’s GoAir uses ‘’. “Indigo airline is using ‘goindigo’ as domain name for its ticket-selling portal and also promoting it as their own trademark,” said one of people who spoke to ET on condition of anonymity.