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There are car rental agencies at the airport. Among them Sixt allows to cross into Montenegro for an extra fee of 6 EUR. They also significantly raise the insurance premium which probably depends on the car, for a compact automatic it was 30 EUR per day.


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If you book a flexible fare, you could potentially modify or even cancel it. But I doubt that it will be 100% free. It usually depends on the fare purchased. Another option would be to purchase an Y ticket and then apply for an upgrade. It might work and you would lose less if you can't be refunded on the return flight.


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Looking very quickly at the fare tariff Air France has filed on PRG-SIN, the cheapest return fare in business class is 1777.00 EUR and the cheapest one-way fare is 1915.00 EUR. These figures exclude taxes, fees and surcharges. The cheapest fare has a change fee of 240 EUR. Therefore the cost of cancelling the return flight would probably be 378 EUR, however ...


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If you are actually carrying (including your checked luggage) more than $10,000 Canadian in cash or certain bearer-type instruments, then you should pro-actively declare it. The country you are leaving (and possibly other countries you are traveling through such as the US) may have similar regulations, which would usually be in their own currency, of ...


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Is this a problem? Will they ask me at the airport how much money I have on me? Can they access my visa application and ask why I didn't bring as much as I promised? No, it's not a problem. Maybe but only to check you don't carry more than 10K in cash which you'd need to report. Access, I believe yes but that's likely to be not relevant. Bring? Noone ...


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There are two reasons why they asked you this question. One is that they want to be sure that you have enough money for the time that you'll be in Canada and enough to leave as well... Then the second one is that there are some limitations in the amount of money you can travel with. For instance, if you had indicated that you would come with 1 million CAD, ...


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In fact both, the Custom Department and RBI are correct. Passengers visits for different purposes. So they are entitled to different amount of foreign exchange. Foreign exchange can only be purchased from authorised persons. So there may be any amount. However specifically for tourism only US$ 10000 can be taken in a calendar year.


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If she is 'elderly' you can It's a bit of a game but there exclusions for the elderly and accompaniment of them. Her lack of English would not qualify. There are millions of people daily traveling in foreign lands and lack of local language is rarely met with empathy. The elderly, however, can require assistance in these situations. You can tell her ...


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From United States Begins Implementation of Changes to the Visa Waiver Program, the new restrictions apply to: Nationals of VWP countries who have traveled to or been present in Iran, Iraq, Sudan, or Syria on or after March 1, 2011 (with limited exceptions for travel for diplomatic or military purposes in the service of a VWP country). So the new ...


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According to the Government of Australia's website, which would be more reliable than some blogger, you can bring a three month supply along with a English version of the prescription. http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Ente/Brin/Can-I-bring-it-back/Can-I-Bring-It-Back-Medicine/Can-I-Bring-Medicine-Back (do you think their web guru could have packed any more ...


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Just more proof that the so-called World Passport is not recognised and can get you into trouble: Mos Def To Stand Trial Over 'World Passport' Rapper Mos Def is to stand trial in South Africa after attempting to leave the country using a "world passport". The American was trying to fly out of Cape Town last week when he handed immigration ...


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Here is a brief glossary and quick explanation of the things that might surprise you in Finnair's description: Carry-on is what you take with you in the cabin. It should generally fit in the overhead bins or under the seats and not lie around, especially during take-off and landing. Because of this, there is a separate maximum length, width and height ...


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Overwing jetways are very, very rare, and as far as I know, there aren't any at Newark. Schipol is famous for having them at some gates, and there are/were a few (very limited) experiments at some US airports (one of which ended in disaster with the jetway collapsing on the wing of an aircraft). Exit via the rear door usually only happens when disembarking ...


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I have never seen two jetways at the front and the back at any US or EU airport. I have seen on occassion steps used by cheapskate EU low cost airlines but never jetways. So the answer is no. Edit: apparently, not only cheapskate airlines do this. Also note "front and back" -- double jetways are not unheard of (the premium passengers get a separate one) and ...


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I would say that you have a good probability to make it. Your flights are early in the morning so they are more likely to be on time and also the waiting time will be shorter in the checkpoints. I would suggest you the following : 1/ Make yourself known by the company. If you have booked a complete itinerary with the same company, they will make what they ...



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