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There is a lounge, but the airport website doesn't seem to mention it... It's a third party lounge, the Reef Lounge. Cathay Pacific offer their status + business class customers access to it, as apparently do JetStar for their Economy Starter Max and Business Max passengers. You can also get access to the lounge with a Priority Pass card. The Priority ...


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Short answer - no, you won't have to clear customs Long answer - that doesn't however mean it'll be as simple as changing between two domestic flights in the USA though... Both United and TAP are part of Star Alliance. As such, you'll be able to check your luggage through between the two flights. Depending on the checkin agent, it may not be a 30 second ...


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The first goal should always be: Do not get arrested in the first place. If you travel common sense demands that you know the most important rules to obey. Traveling books and other information sources will inform you what is legal and illegal and what is polite behavior. This gains importance if you are moving in another culture and it even more important ...


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You have a lot of websites that are actually massive search engines: they search a large number of airline operators and search for the cheapest price for the given trip in the given location. I use for instance SkyScanner. SkyScanner even offers one to subscribe to a trip and see changes in the cheapest price so you can order at the right time (Yes prices ...


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It depends a little on how you measure this, but if you're going on the passport that needs the fewest visas to travel, it's entirely possible to argue that the British Passport ties with the US passport in being able to travel freely to 168 countries or territories. However, another list claims a higher number for Britain - 173, tied with Finland and ...


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I did the following things to prepare for my transatlantic journey with my little dog: Went to the vet. My dog's rabies shot had recently expired, so she got a new one. This was noted in my dog's "European Pet Passport" that we had gotten on an earlier vet visit. I phoned Lufthansa to add an in-cabin pet to my reservation. (Later, at the airport I paid ...


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You apply at the country where you will be either: Staying the longest. First port of entry. In your case, as you are staying equal amount of days in multiple countries it is Germany as that is your first port of entry. For reference, here is the text from the The Netherland's embassy: You must apply for the visa at a mission of the Schengen ...


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Here are my experiences changing two letters of my last name: First and foremost, always keep a translated copy of the document that explains your name change. Just in case. In my case, it was actually not even a notarized copy. After I got a new passport, I had to get a new residence permit with a new name (I was living in Germany with an Azerbaijani ...


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I'm speaking with some experience, as, although I haven't changed my name, my wife has after we got married. In our case, the document confirming the name change was the marriage certificate, but for all intents and purposes it doesn't matter. The matters were a bit more complicated for us, as we didn't get married in the country we live in (UK) but ...


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In general, it is the passenger's responsibility to ensure that they obtain any required visa(s) before commencing travel. The airline will check the passenger's passport to see whether they have the required visa(s), but it is still the passenger's responsibility to get them. (The airline checks because they are responsible for returning you to your point ...


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As Tom stated, as long as the name on your ID and your visa matches, that's all that matters. Well, and that you obey all other travel rules (valid ID, valid visa, etc.). Just make sure that all your travel documents are in order before you leave and you should be fine.


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Generally speaking, it should not be a problem (see Travelling with two different passports). Show the US travel document to the airline when starting the trip back to the US (to prove that you will be able to enter the US and make sure the right document is submitted to the US authorities) and otherwise use whatever document you need to use when crossing a ...


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The rules on paintball eqiupment is demonstratably not the same internationally. Here's some random examples that I could find information on: It is legal in the USA to have them in checked luggage, as you noted. It is illegal to own some models at all in the UK and it's also illegal to transport with a partially loaded magazine. Bringing paintball ...



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