EA Ski & Snowboard STA Flights + Insurance
We can offer you:
- Competitive pricing and coordination with group flight options
- Multi-flex passes from £69 which allow 3 free date changes for UK outbound flights (great because you never know when the snow will stop falling!)
- Pay just £49 to secure your flight on New Zealand and Japan routes, with the rest due 10 weeks from the trip.
And much more!
Why book your travel with the Educating Adventures travel team?
So you’ve been successful in your internship and you’re off on a skiing adventure. Next step is booking your flights and then you’re out of here! But before you start scanning the web, here are a few reasons you should come directly to our travel team, hosted by STA Travel.
Our travel team know your program dates inside and out and already have the preferred routes selected
Booking through our team means you’ll have a seat on the preferred group flight, where you’ll get the opportunity to meet other applicants
Keep in touch with people you’ll be travelling with through the Social networking community
Connect before you travel, make friends and then meet at the airport so you have a travel buddy
Flight prices can really spike due to limited availability. We recommend that you book onto the group flight, if you leave booking too late you may have to travel alone. If you don’t have the money available right away, don't worry, you can secure your seat with just a £61 deposit and then pay the rest later.
The exclusive MultiFLEX pass from STA Travel means you can stay flexible with your travel dates. Most Educating Adventures participants buy these passes to avoid nasty date change fees.
This is the most important purchase you can make, so don’t leave it to chance! The STA premier and premier plus winter sport cover is an approved policy by EA, therefore, giving you sufficient cover for your trip. The policy costs £511 for the premier or £599 for the premier plus for the full duration of your trip.*
*Prices vary based on your start location
IN COUNTRY CONTACTS
Find which STA Office contact is closest to you and get in touch via the details below.
All European residents should contact STA UK. If going through STA isn't suitable for your country of residence please contact us to get your program dates and recommended arrival times. Make sure you contact our specific contacts directly and mention that you are travelling with EA Ski & Snowboard. This will ensure you get the right service and appropriate flights and travel insurance. If you have any concerns regarding this or any difficulty contacting or organising your arrangements with the following contacts then please contact us directly.
Note: Use email as the first contact and please inform the agent that you taking part in a Program with EA Ski & Snowboard.
You should not book flights until you're eligible to travel (i.e. your working holiday visa or tourist visa has been approved if applicable).
Please check with us prior to confirming your flights, or ensure your ticket can be changed. A flexible ticket is best as you may like or need to alter your arrival city and/or return date.
Your STA Contacts
Start the process now by emailing the STA Travel USA team at the below email address.
Or you can call the STA Travel USA team:
Make sure you let the STA Travel agent know you are a participant of an EA Ski & Snowboard Program
STA Travel Australia
Your EA Consultant: Carly Skurnik, Sharin Varhese and Rhiannon Pettifer
Phone: 1300 362 960
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STA Travel UK
Your EA Consultant: Stephanie Boss & Cynara Bond
Phone: 0333 321 3102
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STA Travel NZ
Your consultant: Nicole and Laura
Phone: 09 303 9556
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If you are located in Europe please contact the STA UK office listed above. If you don't fit into one of these options, contact your training consultant at EA and they will advise the best STA contact for you to go through.
For more contact information check out our contact page.
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