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It's unlikely there any 'special' flights. If you're trying to book these on a web site, what you're hitting is just basic data validation in the form itself. The web app checks that 'return date' is equal or later then 'departure date' and doesn't take into account the very small number of flights or travelers that would fly AKL-HNL-AKL in the same day. ...


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If you have a significant number of flights in a small period, besides investigating the credit prior to enrollment policy of the airline that you flew, it may be worthwhile investigating partner airlines that you might be able to credit the flights to. For example, these are all the airline mileage programmes that you could credit an American Airlines ...


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Airlines have a certain time limit till which you can claim missing miles. I am a Qatar Airways frequent traveler and they have the following conditions Time limit when becoming a new member = 30 days prior to the start of membership Time limit for claiming miles for existing members = 6 months after the flight date for your case please refer to the ...


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As Johns-305 notes, it is likely that they can issue you with both boarding passes when you check-in at SBA, and it may be possible for you to get your own boarding passes in advance online. Some bad news though. You will unfortunately need to exit the secure area and go back through TSA security for this itinerary. Your United flight into SFO will likely ...


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First, this isn't something you should worry about. Where you get you boarding passes really doesn't matter. Since you are ticketed through UA, including the AV flights, and your first flight is operated by UA, you should expect to get both the UA and AV Boarding Pass at SBA. You should also be able to check-in online and use a mobile boarding pass. If ...


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Why not get your girlfriend to fly to Boston - Aeromexico do a direct flight - and meet her at Logan? In September, that flight arrives at 9:35pm, so you could get the 10:40pm British Airways flight to London that same evening. However, 55 minutes to change planes is quite tight, so if you would prefer more time for the changeover, she could get the same ...


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You can find the e-ticket number under Ticket / Bilet No in your email confirmation. Another way call them them and ask to pull up your e-ticket number using Booking reservation code. For example: Yolcu ─░smi / Passenger Name : xx MR Bilet No / Ticket Number : 2352172966699 Rezervasyon No / Booking Ref. : SF7ATL Adres / Address : xxxx Firma ...


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It is the responsibility of the airline issuing the Ticket to reaccommodate you. For an alliance carrier, this really isn't a problem and certainly nothing I would worry about. To issuing carrier, this isn't any different than a schedule change or the operating carrier ceasing just that one flight. This happens all the time. It's common for an itinerary ...


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Your contract is between you and the ticketing carrier (see first three digits of e-ticket). If you paid with a credit card, on your statement, you will see this airline as the recipient of the funds for your flights. Subsequently, the ticketing airline will consult the various agreements with the other airlines to distribute any fees due. If the operating ...


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I have found Wikipedia a particularly useful resource in this. They usually have a page for say Easyjet destinations and also the pages for airports list where airlines fly from there. It being Wikipedia is not updated automatically but then again, it's Wikipedia so it's reliable... enough.


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No, you will not need a transit visa to connect at Narita. However, the transit area closes at night, so if your flight departs the next day you will Need to enter Japan and spend the night there. This should be no Problem, because by presenting your passport and boarding pass you will get an entry sticker allowing you to stay for 72 hours (this is called ...


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How about the conveniently named http://www.airlineroutemaps.com/, which has an impressive list of over 800 airlines.


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I recall once that a special-order meal got mixed up and there weren't enough of them (vegetarian), so the cabin crew scrounged around and came up with a couple meals' worth of snacks and the safe sides of extra meals for that person, instead... and with the offer of more, if they were still hungry after. Obviously this was something of a special ...


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First of all, some companies do allow changes online. E.g. American Airlines allow changes for domestic bookings. As for why not every airline supports online changes for every booking: Developing a web interface for ticket changes costs money, not to mention upkeep and support Airlines make most of their money on flights, not change fees People don't ...


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If you paid in full for the tickets, then mailed the vouchers, that is not the correct process and, very sorry, you may have lost the voucher. The correct process is: Make you booking and put the reservation on 24 Hour Hold. Call AA Reservations and tell them you have a Voucher. They will take the Voucher number and Credit Card for any balance. Mail the ...


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From what I have gone through vouchers will never be applied to flights already paid for. To do so would require you to cancel your reservations. You would loose those flights, seats ect and if there are not other available ones. You will not get where need to. The BIG thing is you will not get the same price either. Tickets cost more as each day goes ...


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You need to call your airline to confirm. That is the only way to be sure. Most airlines use a single publication (sorry, can't remember the name right now) that consolidates these rules. However, each airline can interpret them differently and apply their own rules on top. This is to protect them from must carry on the return if you are denied entry. ...


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Well, you do have the Indian Immigration check in Mumbai, while the German check takes place on Arrival in Frankfurt. If someone told you no checks take place in Frankfurt, they're wrong. So you're perfectly fine, unless the airline staff are fools.


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I know this is an old question but the answer is very simple. In an aircraft's daily schedule, the boarding window is only ~20 min per departure and it's not at the last minute, its when the flight is scheduled to open which is when everyone begins to work that departure. In most cases, immediately after the previous flight closes. Even if the previous ...


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You realize a jet airplane costs hundreds of millions of dollars, right? Every moment it spends parked at a gate, instead of racking up revenue-miles, is a dead loss. The airline wants to turn around every plane (that is, land; park; disembark all the old passengers; clean, refuel, and restock the aircraft; embark all the new passengers; and get back in ...


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No. The airline will not hold luggage for you. Not voluntarily anyway. If you failed to pick up your luggage at the airport, they would probably hold if for a few days providing it didn't go missing. It's not a recommended strategy though. Ideally you should look for a left luggage service at the airport or in the city. If you're staying at a hotel in ...


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The interface is a bit inconvenient and it has a limit on the number of routes shown simultaneously, but you can do it on Kayak's list of airlines. Click on an airline and you'll get a map of where it flies. E.g. a map for Easyjet: You can then filter by a specific city to get a map of which routes are available there, e.g. for Easyjet in Prague: In ...


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Between the Star Alliance route map, the oneworld route map, and the SkyTeam route map, you can see the vast majority of existing flights. For any given airline, just choose the map corresponding to its alliance. And since most itineraries will have all segments within the same alliance, you probably will need to use only one of these maps.


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You could try openflights. I'm not sure if the data is complete, but a map for easyjet: And Indigo (India LCC):



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