California – From Lost to Found Travel, LLC is a registered Seller of Travel in the state of California, CST #2099721-40.Registration as a Seller of Travel does not constitute approval by the state of California.Pursuant to California law, this business has a trust account.This Seller of Travel is not a participant in the California Travel Consumer Restitution Fund.
Florida -From Lost to Found Travel, LLC is a registered Seller of Travel in the state of Florida, Florida Seller of Travel Registration #ST37826.Pursuant to Florida law, this business has a Surety Bond issued by International Fidelity Insurance Company of Newark, New Jersey in the amount of $10,000. Washington -From Lost to Found Travel, LLC is a registered Seller of Travel in the state of Washington, Washington Seller of Travel Registration #603-008-040.Pursuant to Washington law, this business has a trust account.
Disinsection Disclosure Notice
Certain flights to India may require insecticide spraying of aircraft prior to flight or while you are on the aircraft. Federal law requires that Travel Agency refer you to the U.S. Department of Transportation's disinsection website for further information.
Hazardous Materials Disclosure Notice
U.S. federal law forbids the carriage of certain hazardous materials, such as aerosols, fireworks and flammable liquids, aboard aircraft traveling to and from the U.S. If you do not understand these restrictions, contact your airline or read the FAA's Pack Safe primer.
The U.S. Federal Real ID Act
The U.S. Federal Real ID Act mandates strict security standards for state-issued driver's licenses and other forms of identification, and prohibits Federal agencies from accepting, for official purposes, identification that does not meet these standards. Beginning on October 1, 2021, every U.S. air traveler will need to present Real ID-compliant identification to board a domestic flight, and those holding a non-compliant driver's license will need to present an acceptable form of identification, such as a valid U.S. passport. To avoid disruption to your travel plans, you are strongly encouraged to consult with the Department of Homeland Security to determine whether your state-issued identification is Real ID-compliant and, if not, what alternate forms of identification will be accepted at the airport.