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Even when they do not measure now, it is likely that they will measure in the future. Are you willing to invest money in a good quality case that you might not be able to use on flights in the future. I have never seen them on the airport scales, but in many places they have little lines (or build in lines) that show the outlines on the maximum sizes. And ...


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It's fine, at least as far as the airline is concerned. This situation is very common and airlines are quite used to dealing with it, plus all they care about is whether you will be let into your destination. So: Book your ticket with the name in your Canadian passport. Show the Canadian passport when checking in for your flight. Show your Bahraini ...


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If you live in Germany, you might want to contact the SÖP (mediation committee for public transport in Germany). You could also contact the national aviation authorities (in Germany it would be the Bundesluftfahrtamt).


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I have never come across any attempt to communicate directly on this on the airlines' side. Many consumers probably do not really notice and those who do either have good reasons to pay for premium tickets (e.g. business travellers who don't pay for their tickets and enjoy the perks) or simply accept they have to play the game to get cheaper fares. It also ...


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It is a matter of "willingness to pay" and market price segmentation, which ultimately comes down to supply and demand. By the way, the pricing of a product has nothing to do with the cost of manufacture; this only applies for commodities. For all other products, a good pricing strategy will involve estimating the demand/price graph for the consumer group ...



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