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The best way to find out whether you need a reservation on a certain train is to look up the train in a rail planner. I use the German planner for this, as it is easy to use and gives good information. Enter the cities you want to travel and adjust date and time of day, if traveling more than a few months from the time you check, just pick a random date but ...


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On that route and train (ICE) reservation is optional and costs 4 EUR with the kind of pass you have: http://www.eurail.com/plan-your-trip/reservation-guide/reservation-fees/international-train-reservation-fees Here is infomation on how you can book it: http://www.eurail.com/plan-your-trip/guide-eurail-train-reservations/how-do-i-book-my-reservations


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La Défense is predominantly a business area, although it does attract a fairly large number of tourists due to many of the buildings in the area, as well as the fact that it's the end of the Metro line. Ease of finding a taxi will depend on the time of day and day of week. In general you should not have any issues, however there's likely times of the week ...


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There are two ways, depending on the kind of BA flight you booked with AA. If you booked the BA flight under the AA flight number, eg American Airlines flight 6543, Operated by British Airways, then all you need to do is add your British Airways Executive Club number to the booking. After a few minutes, log into your BAEC account, and look at your upcoming ...


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No, cabs at this location work like everywhere else in terms of demand, I would not rely on Google street view as your guide. There are always cabs available at that location. You may have to wait a few minutes during an off peak time, but my experiences have always been good.


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May depend on country but in my experience an infant doesn't get named as they don't get a seat of their own (whereas from age 2 a child does). I doubt it'll cause any problems.


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I cannot guarantee it will be work in every scenario, but at least in this case, I found an answer. It appears sometime after ticketing, the American Airlines number will work in the BA MMB page, as suggested by IKeelYou - somewhat. I tried it again this morning and it gave me an error, stating that it couldn't find the reservation, but pre-populated the ...


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It is possible to reserve without paying but this usually only lasts 24 hours. I have seen 48 hour offers but those are rare too. In this case what you are doing is reserving a spot which you can buy later at a set price. It does not last long because the airline wants to close the deal and be sure that someone buys the place. The vast majority of time, you ...


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Generally it'll depend on who you bought it from, but almost without exception these days, you pay when you reserve the ticket. Usually it'll ask you for your credit card details when you purchase it. It may take a few days to charge you for it, but it will be charged. It's possible with regional airlines, or tourist flights to reserve and then pay on the ...


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This is strange that through the BA Manage My Booking tool you cannot access your reservation. According to multiple resources you should be able to access it. These sources suggest different ways to pick a seat. BA uses Amadeus for its bookings so if this does not work on BA tools you can try Amadeus' CheckMyTrip, the tool made to consult an Amadeus ...


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tl;dr: No way. What you need to realize is the GDS systems used by the airlines/hotels/car rentals are beyond ancient and are about as user unfriendly as it can get. When these were designed in the sixties, noone cared about usability and it stuck. So, these days many companies scramble to add some sort of usable interface on top, usually accessible via a ...


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you can visit the following best websites. 1) Go Ibibo 2) Make My Trip 3) Yatra.com 4) Booking.com Andre Hotels Accommodations Provider


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A standard disclaimer first: we cannot give any legal advice - for any legal advice you must consult an attorney licensed to practice law within the jurisdiction of where the issue arose (in this case, USA). That out of the way, the main thing to note is that you are the passenger - and hence the customer of the airline - and consequently are liable to hold ...


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In the case of the UK, the earliest bookable tickets offered by National Rail are Advance Tickets. These are discounted early-bird single journey fares, available in limited numbers and with strict conditions. Advanced tickets are valid only for the selected journey (although they are changeable prior to departure) and non-refundable. Turns out that ...


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The ITA Matrix allows you to search by aircraft type, though this is an undocumented feature. In the Advanced Routing Language field, you would input /aircraft followed by the aircraft types, indicated with a t: and using the IATA equipment codes. For example, suppose I wanted to fly from Miami to Los Angeles and was very insistent that the flights be on ...


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I'm unaware about flight search engines allowing you to specify the plane type. This is nevertheless interesting, and could indeed be a feature request for Skyscanner or similar engines. A possible strategy to circumvent this could be looking for airplane statistics. You mention the A380. According to Airbus, an increasing number of airlines are beginning ...


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All airlines will check that you have a valid passport and documentation before they board you. And most do record this information in your booking, even if they aren't required to submit it via APIS and such. However there are no universal rules as to when they gather this info, other than the rule that they are required to check it BEFORE boarding you. ...


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Yes, this can be require depending on the type and destination. For example, some countries insist that you have six months left before expiry date, and also, visa requirements are different for different nationalities. As a result, she may be being extra diligent, and preventing you from encountering a problem when you check in for your flight and they ...


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Tatkal tickets can be booked on IRCTC, the procedure is outlined at https://www.irctc.co.in/eticketing/staticPage/TatkalBooking.html


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It's probably not the broker who changed the flight but the airline, which indeed has the right to cancel and/or reschedule flights. However it would seem that, according to the FAQ page from AirTicket24, you can ask for compensation in case of substantial changes: 23. What happens if the airline changes its flights? The airlines are sometimes ...


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I've gotten tickets thru them 2 out of 4 tries in the last 3 years. They found deals I had no idea were out there. Saved me 50% of the price and a better route as well. The other 2 times they didn't find anything better than I did so they assured me that they would refund the finder's fee without any hassles. They did this and told me it was standard policy ...



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