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On the page Booking Children WizzAir specifies that up to 10 children can be accompanied by one adult: CHILDREN Children between the age of 2 years and 14 years old are booked as children but must occupy their own seat and pay the adult fare Wizz Air accepts children travelling together on the condition that there is a minimum of one ...


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Me and my friends have done that several times. One of my friends regularly uses a ticket which her father buys from Oman to the US to travel to and fro from the US i.e for a flight originating in the US but the ticket is bought in Oman by a different person (a family member in this case). I have done the opposite several times as well, wherein I have ...


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I was on the receiving end of such a ticket once, when I was invited to a conference in the US. In my case it was a European carrier (Lufthansa), but paid to their US office. In general it was not different from other bookings, where I made the booking myself. I got the same booking confirmations. However, when I tried to check in, it didn't go through. The ...


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Like most airlines, Lufthansa follow a fixed numbering schema for their flights. As per Wikipedia (in German), their current flight numbering schema, which they changed to in late 2010 includes : LH8000 – LH8515 Flüge der Lufthansa Cargo ie, Flight numbers between LH8000 and LH8515 are Flights for Lufthansa Cargo. As your flight number calls within this ...


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I may be wrong, but complimentary upgrades require an action by a human being. So, if you want to have a chance, you will have to check in at the counter. If the complimentary upgrade is because of your status, you would be notified from the podium at the gate.


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It seems to be a cargo flight; you can find it on the Lufthansa Cargo website.


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There are many possibilities here, and there's no definitive answer, travel pricing is complex enough just looking at flights when you start talking bundles it gets worse. First off, this isn't impossible but it's also not always the case, depends on where you're going, for how long and what time of year (also what particular days, weekend/weekday). So I'd ...


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A lot will depend on Delta's policy, the load factors of other flights that day, and the mood of the gate agent. I've tried it the other way (earlier flight) and the gate agent checked the load on my original flight, saying if it was overbooked they would take me on the early flight. It wasn't, so my choices were wait or pay the usual change fee. Low-cost ...


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I am not familiar with this airline, but the link you provided reads: Is an infant entitled to any baggage allowance? Infants are not entitled to any baggage allowance with the exception of a pushchair / foldable baby carriage / infant car seat per infant (carried free of charge). Ok, infants can bring a stroller and/or carseat for free. I see ...


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I've travelled with WizzAir a few times, I've noticed that the strollers are always put into the Cargo Hold, never seen one in the passenger area. As for the car seat, I would assume that unless you have a separate seat booked for the new born then that will also have to go in the cargo hold. You are only allowed 1 small cabin bag or 1 large cabin bag (the ...


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I just talked to Sharaf Travel agency in Dubai (+97143965186) to clear my doubts. They told me following things: I will not need transit visa if I am not leaving the transit area at Dubai airport. I can check-in my baggage at Mumbai airport and tell the airline staff that I will like to pick up my baggage in the transit area. From the transit area, I can ...


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It's difficult to know for sure but it seems too risky to rely on it if your ability to transit without visa depends on it (worse case scenario, you could be denied boarding on the return leg and be forced to pay much more for a direct flight or a proper connection). It's more likely to be possible if the airlines are both full service airlines from the same ...


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The "ticket" you have is just a reference to a booking that you have made. The Check-In staff will print your Boarding Pass for the airplane as long your "ticket" name matches your passport name. Ask the person on the Check-in desk to print your full name on the Boarding Pass. If you run into someone from Security who objects to the name on your Boarding ...


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This might be a real problem if flying to or from USA. APIS requires valid middle name. Examples: http://www.aa.com/i18n/agency/General/secure_flight.jsp Middle name has to be exactly as in your passport. Full disclosure: I work for a company providing flight services, including flights to and from USA. Mismatched middle name is daily recurring problem. ...


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From here Headphones for onboard use (they’ll need the standard 3.5mm jack).


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One thing to do is to ask for a new seat. Some airplanes may have a few "extras," and give you some choice of seats. Even if there are no "new seats," the fact that you asked puts the airline on notice that there is a problem. If they're at all on the ball, the cabin crew will talk to the other passenger and try to work out something between the two of you. ...


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This has just happened to my daughter. Her initial destination was RT Denver/Milan, but she really needed to be in London on Sunday, so she did not take her last leg of the trip (Paris/Milan). Instead, through the same online discount airfare company, she purchased a Paris to London ticket that got her there on time. She could have purchased a ...


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Missing a middle name is usually not a problem when flying, because many people commonly omit their middle names when booking as well. Since the first and last names are correct, you shouldn't have any problems.



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