Combine plane + train, bus and ferry in one ticket.

Welcome to the evolving landscape of travel, where the synergy between air and land journeys is reshaping the way we explore the world.

Combining your international travel with a train, bus or ferry option ensures a smooth and environmentally friendly connection to your ultimate destination, all with the convenience of a single ticket. With many European countries now banning short-haul flights where viable alternatives exist, consider booking your plane + train, bus or ferry travel in one ticket for your next adventure. Learn more below.

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Reduce your environmental impact

Opting for a combined trip means selecting a travel method that produces lower CO2 emissions for short journeys, and therefore offers a greener way to travel. 

Save money with less taxes

Travelling via train, bus or ferry typically involves less taxes, saving you money which is better spent on holiday!

Convenience of a single booking

Experience the convenience of consolidating all your travel requirements into a single booking and receiving one ticket for your entire journey. 

Seamless travel to your destination

There's no need for additional transportation such as taxis or shuttles to reach destinations. Enjoy a hassle-free and faster journey from point to point.

How to book a combined trip:

Securing an itinerary that includes both air and train, bus, or ferry options is easy. Simply enter your departure and destination cities into the search tool, as you would for any standard flight search. Within the breakdown of your results, conveniently marked with an icon, you'll easily spot if your itinerary includes a train, bus, or ferry segment.

Already booked your trip?

You may be required to check-in and/or download an e-ticket before boarding a train, bus or ferry. Read on to discover what's required before you depart.

If your itinerary includes a train: 

  1. As a starting point, we recommend that you visit the website of the airline you are travelling with for more information. 
  2. If your train is booked with one of the below providers, visit AccessRail to check-in and/or download your e-ticket.
  3. To login, you will need to have passenger name and e-ticket number on hand. 

Please note, trains booked with the following rail providers can be accessed via the AccessRail website:

If your itinerary includes a ferry:

  1. If you are flying in/out of Hong Kong International Airport, visit Cathay Pacific's website for more information. 

If your itinerary include a bus:

  1. Visit the website of the airline you are travelling with for more information. 
  2. If you are travelling with Etihad Airways aboard their complimentary coach service, we recommend that you visit Etihad Airways website where you will be asked to enter your flight details to reserve a seat. 


Frequently Asked Questions

Changes and disruption to my British Airways booking

Missed your British Airways flight? If your train is delayed to such an extent that you miss your flight, you should contact a British Airways Ticket Desk in your departure terminal at London Heathrow.

Missed your Great Western Railway train? If your flight is delayed to such an extent that you miss your train connection, you should contact the Great Western railway Ticket Desk at London Paddington.

Missed last Heathrow Express for the day? If you have been delayed to the extent that you miss the last Heathrow Express train for the day, you should contact the British Airways Ticket Desk.

Visit British Airways website to find out more.  

Train check-in & accessing your e-ticket

You may be required to check-in and/or download an e-ticket before boarding your train. To find out what's required, we recommend that you visit the website of the airline you are travelling with. 

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