This is how the LTUR online check-in works
Online check-in for LTUR Reisen is a simple two-step process.
Step 1: Find out the LTUR airline
First of all, you need to find out which airline operates your flight. LTUR is not an independent flight operator, but works together with various airlines. The information about which airline operates your flight can be found in the booking documents or travel confirmation that you have received from LTUR. If you booked at short notice before departure (last minute), you even received it within 24 hours.
Step 2: Carry out the airline online check-in
Once you know which airline you’re flying with, you can easily check in online on their website. Most of LTUR’s airlines offer online check-in, which saves you time and effort. We have put together an overview of the various check-in options offered by the most important airlines.
LTUR Check-in – What you need
Booking code or ticket number and passenger name
Online check-in with an airline can be carried out in various ways. In most cases, either the booking code or the ticket number is required in conjunction with the last name.
Tour Operator Reference Number
However, if a booking was made through a tour operator such as LTUR, some airlines will also require you to provide the “Tour Operator Reference Number”. This number can be found on LTUR’s booking documents .
LTUR Partner Airlines
LTUR cooperates with a large number of different airlines. LTUR’s partner airlines include:
Baggage at LTUR check-in
The baggage policy at LTUR is based on the baggage policy of the airline operating the flight for LTUR. The relevant information should be included on your travel documents. Otherwise, you can find the most important carry-on baggage and checked baggage policies of the largest airlines on our site.
Seat at LTUR check-in
If you would like to reserve a seat on your LTUR flight, you can do so directly through the airline’s website. Reservations for a seat on an LTUR flight may be subject to a fee. We have compiled further information for you on seat reservations for the most important airlines .
LTUR is a German company specializing in last-minute travel . The company was founded in 1987 and since then has been offering travel in various categories such as package tours, city breaks, hotel bookings and flights.
The last-minute offers are usually only bookable a few days or even hours before departure. As a result, travelers can save a lot of money, as LTUR can offer remaining contingents from airlines and hotels at particularly low prices.
LTUR is part of the TUI Group, one of the world’s largest tourism companies.