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It depends on your ticket and the airlines involved. Best bet is to call the originating carrier (your first flight out of Canada) and ask if they can check bags through to Bangkok. Based on your connections I would guess Delta/KLM which will allow you to tag your baggage all the way to Bangkok. If you are flying on a cobbled together ticket (multiple ...


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They will let you know upon check-in. You can ask if the luggage will be checked through to be sure. Since all your segments are international, this is usually the case, although it sometimes depends on the particular airport. The bags will be tagged I2I which stands for International-2-International. You would only need to pass through customs in Canada ...


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As a US passport holder, passport check is a non-issue. You can enter the Schengen area for up to 90 days without visa if needed. But you could also go directly from your US flight to the non-Schengen part of the low-cost pier at Schiphol airport without entering the Schengen area (see the discussion following At Schiphol is 55 minutes enough for a transfer ...


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I'd advice against it. Schiphol airport is a fairly large airport, and walking times between different gates can be quite long. EasyJet generally departs from the H/M gates, which are quite a bit out of the way. International flights quite often arrive at the Polderbaan, which is quite the taxi distance from the pier proper. If you arrive at the ...


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It may actually work, though I would advise against it: in case of any delay on your arriving flight, Easyjet will not help you. depending on your seat location, it may take quite a while before you can exit the Atl-Ams plane. touchdown may be in time, but if you land on the Polderbaan runway, the plane will have to taxi about 15 mins before reaching the ...


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I cannot tell the exact answer but there is some information that may help you. 55 mins is quite tight for transit, and you may have to wait longer for transit check on the last day of Christmas holiday. Easyjet won't help you if you miss the flight. Base on information I guess you first leg is DL(Delta) 74. Although the flight route is MIA-ATL-AMS , two ...


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It's extremely short and probably impossible, even with no hold luggage. Easyjet has no interline agreement with other airlines, which means not only that they would not take care of any hold luggage for you but also that they don't offer any facilities for transfer whatsoever and that the answers to earlier questions about transfer in Amsterdam do not ...


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No, it isn't generally allowed but it is indeed foreseen by the Schengen regulation when the queues are particularly unbalanced. When it does happen, whether third-country nationals (i.e. non-EU/EEA/Swiss) are allowed to use other lanes is up to the border guards. The rules about this are defined in article 9 of the Schengen Borders code. 2. (a) ...


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Sections 5.4 and 5.5 of NS's General Terms & Conditions for Travellers ("Algemene Voorwaarden Reizigers" - Dutch document) contains the rules for transporting bikes and luggage. This is what they say: Folding Bikes (and rollators, mobility scooters and wheelchairs) Count as 'luggage' and are always allowed on the train for free, regardless of travel ...


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The train part of this question hinges on the question whether a bicycle packed in a box should be considered as a bicycle or as large luggage. You can argue a lot about this (https://forum.ns.nl/overige-producten-6/meenemen-fiets-doos-de-spits-vanaf-schiphol-8640), but I think it will depend on the opinion of the conductor you meet on the day. If it's ...



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