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If you can't afford, or don't want to pay the $5 for the Air Train, you can take the 'A' train from the port authority stop to Lefferts Boulevard. Get on a Downtown/Brooklyn Bound A train. http://web.mta.info/maps/submap.html Once there, you can take a Q10 bus. You can see this bus on the subway map. There are other buses too. Keep in mind that while this ...


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When you arrive on Greyhound in NYC, you will be in one of the underground levels of the Port Authority bus terminal. From here, take the escalators one level up to the subway level. The lower level is somewhat sloped; the escalators you want are uphill at the far (highest) end of the level. On the subway level you can purchase a MetroCard to pay your subway ...


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Emirates employ two types of baggage concept; the first is Weight Concept, and the second Piece Concept. The piece concept is applied when a journey is to any of the destinations in Canada, North America, and South America. Since your Journey is to a destination (that is New York) in the States, Piece Concept applies. According to this concept for Economy ...


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Emirates has the following to say about this, on their website: If your journey includes any destinations in Canada, North America or South America, different baggage rules apply. The total dimensions (length + width + height) of each piece must not exceed 150cm (59 inches). You’ll be charged an additional fee for any individual items ...


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Don't worry about that much of a size difference. The maximum possibility is that if they think your hand-carry is too large they will ask you to book it with the luggage instead of taking it in the cabin. source: i have traveled approximately 40 times between Oman and Pakistan using OmanAir, QatarAirways and Flydubai.



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