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Most European carriers that serve Thailand also serve the USA. So you could simply book through one of those that do allow small dogs in the cabin. The only USA carrier still flying to Bangkok is Delta. American and United now offer only code share flights.


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If you contact the airline and change your booking, then yes you could board the flight in Paris. But this would likely involve a change fee and perhaps additional airfare. If you skip the first flight without changing your booking, then your Paris to Mexico flight will be automatically canceled.


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As the various examples people have given show this really does happen. What's going on here is that the airlines are subject to substantial fines if they bring in a passenger which is obviously inadmissible. Thus if a country requires a ticket for onward travel the airlines are very likely to ask to see this ticket before boarding you. You'll find the ...


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Jet Airways traditionally started off as a full-service airline, and as of today, continues to be a full service airline. During a period starting in the mid-2000s, the aviation sector in India saw massive price crashes due to the introduction of low-cost / budget airlines such as Air Deccan (later rebranded as Kingfisher Red after an acquisition by ...


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The wikipedia article says: In August 2014, Jet Airways announced that it is discontinuing its low fare arm JetKonnect and JetLite making Jet Airways 3rd full service airline in India besides Air India and Vistara. What grounds do they have to make this claim? It has a frequent flier program, an airport lounge and flies internationally. The long haul ...


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Since you are Mileage plus, the safest bet would be to book on United using UA flight numbers (regardless of who owns the metal). Since United has switched to miles+dollars for status miles, it's become more complicated and prone to errors to get Star Alliance miles credited. I had a Lufthansa flight that came through with $0 and I had to call twice to get ...


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Frequent flyer points are awarded based on the marketing carrier's policy. So if you are flying on LH metal, but your booking is with a UA number, then United's rules apply. If you are flying on LH metal, with a LH flight number on your booking, then points depend on Luftansa's agreements with United. These days, whatever the airline award's its own ...


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Qantas 7.4 Restrictions on Checked Baggage disown liability for damage to: You must not include in your Checked Baggage: fragile, delicate or perishable items computers items with a special value, such as money, jewellery, precious metals, silverware negotiable papers, share certificates, securities or other valuable documents cameras personal ...


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A little confused as I can't find a current flight via Reno connecting Hnl to xna. http://www.flyxna.com/airlines-flights/airlines/ However assuming that it is actually via Las Vegas. I looked at the actual operating airlines, so American flights could actually be operated by Envoy air or Mesa Air branded as American eagle, and the United flights as ...


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Although United and American probably do have an interline baggage agreement (most of the larger IATA members do), and are probably capable legally and operationally of transferring bags directly, it is up to the discretion of each airline whether or not to do so. And most US carriers have been increasingly reluctant to do so over the last few years as they ...


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Almost every airline offers a flexible and a non-flexible fares, with well-thought prices determined to get as much money out of your wallet as possible. And the difference between these flexible/non-flexible fares, which you apparently qualify as "significant extra cost" may in fact be lower than the difference between two flights offered by different ...


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Because United and American do not have Interline Agreements in place. Interline agreements address the issues of transfering passenger data from one airline to the next, which in turn effects the transfer of baggage. If two airlines do not have an agreement, then bags will have to be claimed and then rechecked with the next airline. The lack of interline ...



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