How we make missionary travel work for you

Value for money

We were instrumental in pioneering missionary travel fares over 30 years ago and now offer our clients the largest number of missionary and negotiated fares in the sector. 

We work with the best people

Our teams know the sector and have an in-depth understanding of each client we work with. Many of our staff members undertake missionary work themselves and therefore understand how important it is for travel to be stress-free when making mission trips that are potentially life-saving. They use their experience to provide cost-effective journey planning that reduces unproductive time and avoids placing travelers at any unnecessary risk.

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Missionary Travel Air Fares

Missionary travel fares bring a number of benefits:

  • Extra baggage allowance
  • The ability to hold seats provisionally for up to 11 months, securing the lowest fare until you are ready to commit
  • Reduced change and cancelations fees should your plans change after your booking is confirmed
  • No minimum stay and a maximum stay of up to a year
  • Network fares - from and to any point on the airlines’ networks for travelers whose journey does not originate in the US

We have years of experience work with faith-based organizations and have extensive experience helping to find the best fares for Catholic, Christian and Islamic mission trips.

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