City Pair Program (CPP)
The City Pair Program (CPP) offers fares considerably lower than comparable commercial fares, saving the federal government billions of dollars annually. Find Airline City Pairs by using the CPP Search Tool. (Note: If the link does not work in Chrome, try it in Internet Explorer.)
The airfares are listed as one-way to allow for multiple destinations, and airfares are valid in either direction. Domestic airfares include:
- Taxes, but not fees such as fuel surcharges;
- Passenger facility charges;
- Segment fees; and
- Passenger security fees.
These fees are additional. International airfares are exclusive of taxes and additional fees.
NEW! The FY19 Contract Awards [csv] [csv]are now available. [Note: The CSV file is dynamic and is updated after close of business each night. Please pay attention to the contract expiration date.]
For contract highlights, view the CPP FY19 Fast Facts [DOCX - 79 KB] .
The FY18 Contract Awards [csv] are now available;
In addition to the price savings, the City Pair Program has many features allowing government travelers all the flexibility possible in planning official travel.
The benefits of this service include:
- Fares priced on one-way routes, permitting agencies to plan multiple destinations;
- No advance purchase required;
- No minimum or maximum length stay required;
- Fully refundable tickets;
- Last seat availability;
- No blackout periods;
- Stable prices enabling travel budgeting; and
- Dual fares availability.
Visit our Baggage Allowance page for weight change information when traveling internationally.
When booking travel, the traveler should use their authorized travel management system, that is, the E-Gov Travel Service for civilian agencies or the Defense Travel System for Department of Defense travelers. If these services are not fully implemented, travelers should use these links for their Travel Agent or Commercial Travel Office.
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