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Short answer: if both flights have the same flight number, you are probably staying on the same plane. If the flight number changes, you are connecting to a different aircraft. Alternate answer: if the airline told you what city you are changing in and told you what time you land and take off in that city, you are connecting to a different aircraft. In the ...


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No, most airlines would not allow you to check baggage to B in this circumstance. One exception... if B->C is domestic you might HAVE to take your luggage off at B to clear customs. (For example if you're talking about LHR-JFK-LAX you will get your luggage at JFK even if it's "checked" to LAX) In some circumstances, airlines might allow you to book a ...


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Well, you've not given any real information from which we can assist you, like times, flight numbers, or even airlines. However, for an example, today's arrivals from MCO (Orlando) at or around 4:30ish pm, all come into Terminal C, gate 83. About an hour later, 3 flights depart to ARN (Stockholm) from Terminal C, gate 94. These two gate are about 5-10 ...


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The new Hamad International airport in Doha isn't quite finished yet, so things may change over the next year or so. As an example, in November 2014 the Qatar Airways First Class lounge isn't yet open (not that it'll matter much for your situation, but still...!) If you are flying Qatar Airways in Business Class, then you'll have access to the very ...


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Yes, you can do that and there should be no problems. Neither US nor UK citizens need a visa for Chile and the reciprocity fee that used to be charged to US citizens was abolished earlier this year. My personal recommendation: definitely visit Cerro Santa Lucía, a hill park in the city center from whose top you have a great view.


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If you are on transit through Newark, then you don't need to worry about transfer time. If you are on a point-to-point journey, then you would have to do the following: Deplane Collect your luggage (if any) Check-in for the next flight (so if you have luggage, you'll have to check in that) and get your boarding pass. Go through security So, schedule ...


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In this situation, on checking in for your flight, you could show the airline both passports... passport #1 so that they know that you can enter the layover country, and passport #2 so they know that you can enter the destination country. The airline may not care if you can enter the layover country because they may just assume that you're going to stay in ...


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Doha's airport security and customs page is too specific for my liking. Excerpts from three different sections: Your hand-baggage will be security screened for prohibited items before you can proceed to the baggage claim area. These will be confiscated and you won’t be able to retrieve them at any time. • Weapons, firearms and ammunition • ...


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The situation you have described, and assuming you are travelling on a US passport is covered by paragraph 23A of the Immigration Rules, which says in part... 23A. A person who is not a visa national and who is seeking leave to enter on arrival in the United Kingdom for a period not exceeding 6 months for a purpose for which prior entry clearance is ...


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Not if you're traveling with a US passport. Americans can get their visa issued upon arrival in the UK. https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa/y/usa/transit


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I would have expected you to have posted an answer from personal experience by now but instead Tavport.com has details of baby care rooms in Lounges.



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