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Traveling to Budapest.

I recently booked a trip to Budapest for a woman and her husband. She works for a 501C non-profit agency, and I purchased  humanitarian/missionary fares for both of them. I determined that the husband, while not an employee of the organisation, could travel on the same fare as the spouse, which saved them hundreds of dollars versus the cost of buying a ticket from regular travel website.
Keep in mind that just in case the airline desk questions about your fares, you should have a document from your 501c organization which outlines that you have permission to travel under the authority of your agency. While I have not had that happen to any of my passengers so far, I have been advised by some ticketing companies to do this, just in case.

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