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It's not a rule on paper that decides what's allowed, it's a human with their own history and beliefs who has that authority - if you can't board the flight it doesn't exactly help you that the airline apologizes to you afterwards because the decision to throw you off was clearly wrong. People get thrown off flights for the most ridiculous reasons, so my ...


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Temperature in Boston, MA on 2016-05-25: 88F. Temperature in Seattle, WA on 2016-05-25: 66F. Sudden changes in temperature can make a person sick. The pilot was simply trying to protect this young woman's health by suggesting she cover up with appropriate clothing. Thus, to answer your question: Wear clothing suitable for the destination's weather and ...


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There are a wide variety of reasons why you may be denied boarding. I described some of the alleged security reasons here with references: Physical appearance and clothing, do they affect the passenger's chances of getting on the plane? In the example in question, the reason was not security (or a pretence at security), it was (allegedly) decency. From ...


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It is easier to answer the question the way you worded it than the other way around. Finding a list of items that will get you kicked out of a plane probably depends on local customs and the pilot's mood! What will not have you kicked out of a plane is easier. For men, trousers without holes which cover entirely undergarments. A woman can wear pants too but ...


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That depends on the cultural background of the country you are flying (from and to), and how relatively conservative or liberal the decision maker is. Generally, if it gets you in a good restaurant (in that country), you will have no problems on the airplane. Edit: I should have said 'medium level restaurant', I didn't mean 'upscale', just not 'cheapo' ...


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I think you have covered all the typical reasons; I would also avoid T-Shirts with images of guns, explosives, etc. The link you shared with a woman with very short shorts could be seen by some as underwear. But back in the day, Southwest Airlines in the United States used to have their "Stewardesses" wear hot-pants.


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For a short term visit of less than six months, Australia does not usually require medical examinations, except under certain circumstances. In addition, there are special circumstances surrounding particular threats to public health, such as tuberculosis, HIV, yellow fever, polio, and Ebola. In particular, the following are said about tuberculosis and ...


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Products made from the common eastern gray kangaroo and red kangaroo are generally permitted to be imported into the US, though products from threatened and endangered kangaroo species are not. You do need to declare it to Customs. It would be helpful if the product includes documentation of what species of kangaroo it was made from, though if it was ...


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Without getting into the philosophical paradoxes inherent in asking about "the most expensive free trip", I'm pretty sure the longest duration & distance that you can pull off with an Opal card in a single day without backtracking is Goulburn, NSW to Scone, NSW by train: https://goo.gl/maps/6nYEY2oTjqT2 This clocks in at a cool 513.54 km per the ...


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BVB does not take more than 3 days if u hold a German pass.


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It's hard to see that screenshot because it is rather small, but clearly your visa was approved. You can tell this because it says "ETA APPROVAL" at the top, "ETA APPROVED" at the bottom, and it lists a validity date, the period you're authorized to stay, and other conditions. It would not say any of these things if it was not approved.


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You can't. Entry to Australia requires "a valid passport or other acceptable travel document", which for an Indian citizen means an Indian passport. Once you have the passport, you will need to apply for a Visitor visa (subclass 600). At time of writing, these take about three weeks to process in India


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I bought a car a week after arriving in the country. I was on a WH visa, but at the moment of purchase/registration the visa status was never mentioned/asked/inquired. I bought my car in a fair, so I can't be sure what the process is with a car dealer. If you decide to buy, check the car fairs in Auckland and trademe for good deals. Be sure to have your ...


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Yes, I understand this is common in NZ. More information on the process is available from the NZ Transport Agency (a governmentt department) here: https://www.nzta.govt.nz/vehicles/buying-and-selling-a-vehicle/buying-a-vehicle/ If you have any queries, you should be able to get them answered by NZTA. The auction website trademe.co.nz is commonly used for ...



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