I am Brazilian in Brazil, but I need to buy a flight ticket for a festival participant that should come from Prague to Brazil.

The question is: Where can I find some system or travel agent based in Europe that could accept bank transfer?

Note that for example expedia.com does NOT accept bank transfer.

So does anyone know

(1) an online flight service (like expedia) that DOES accept bank transfer?

(2) a physical flight shop in Europe - perhaps Prague - who does accept bank transfer?

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    i don't have any facts on it, mts! note Max that KLM, for example, has bank transfer klm.com/travel/us_en/plan_and_book/booking/payment/index.htm – Fattie Oct 19 '16 at 18:27
  • @JoeBlow Expedia doesn't accept bank transfer :( – Max Ferreira Oct 19 '16 at 18:29
  • @JoeBlow I would like some option like Expedia (to book in all companies) but that could accept bank transfer. – Max Ferreira Oct 19 '16 at 18:30
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    Have you considered a regular travel agent, one with an office and people you can talk to? – mts Oct 19 '16 at 18:31
  • Business accounts can generally have bank cards as well. There's no requirement to pay everything by bank transfer. – JonathanReez Oct 19 '16 at 18:36

Not the exact answer to your question but note that

  • KLM
  • Emirates
  • Air France in particular like bank transfers

definitely accept bank transfer as payment as a matter of course. (It is common for business travel, particularly from certain regions.)

HOWEVER unfortunately they are fussy about the country-pair involved; you'd have to check by phone in each case. (As a general comment, AF is "more loving of bank transfers" so it may be your solution.)

Note that as it happens the best way to get from Prague-SP is:

1st - SWISS (unfortunately they do NOT, I believe, accept bank transfers.)

2nd - AF. (Tragically you have to change in CDG, but that's life. By coincidence this is literally the least time Prag-SP journey.)

3rd - Emirates (a few hours longer), Lufthansa

4th - KLM

  • These are great suggestions because both airlines fly Sao Paolo-Prague with a stop somewhere in between (but the same airline flies the whole itinerary.) – Roddy of the Frozen Peas Oct 19 '16 at 19:27

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