New Haiti Travelers fee, ALREADY added to the price of the ticket!

No Bs - June 20 2014, 6:45 PM

I hope you know that Haiti used to collect this fee before and is still collecting it. Back in the day, foreigners used to have to go to a separate window to pay that fee. It was later added to the price of the ticket, so it became a hidden fee. When you buy a ticket for 480 dollars, ask the airline to break it down for you and you will how much the Haitian government is collecting.

You'll be surprised.

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