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The TSA website does not list casings as a prohibited nor restricted item. Given than live ammunition is listed as being allowed as a checked-in item (given it is packed correctly), i doubt spent casings are an issue at all. I couldn't easily find a list from IATA, but that could be helpful for the international and Russian domestic legs of your trip. IATA ...
As explained in another thread on FlyerTalk, your baggage has cleared customs in Shannon so it may be transferred onto onward destinations. No further examination by US Customs is required at JFK. However, the layout at JFK Terminal 7 means that there is no easy facility to take bags onto the inter-terminal transfer system from the gate that BA 1 uses. Nor ...
If you've purchased it as part of a single itinerary, most likely the answer to your first question is yes. Generally, if the carriers are part of an alliance or have interline agreements, then your bag would be through-checked in to your final destination. You can confirm this at the ticketing counter. Answer to your 2nd question is most likely a yes ...
As you are flying on Etihad Airways, your baggage will be checked all the way through. You can even avail US pre-clearance which is available at Abu Dhabi to avoid delays when landing in NYC.
At the Chennai International Airport, the left luggage building is in the parking lot across from arrivals. Large bags are 100 rupees a day.
There is a company that does self storage who advertise with luggage storage in London. I haven't tried it yet but will next time I'm passing through London.
just to be more affirmative about your last question: If my ORD->BOS flight is delayed so I miss the flight out of BOS, will United (or Lufthansa) be obligated to get me from BOS to TLV? Absolutely yes! United is fully responsible for all your flights as you purchased it from them and they provided you the best way to get from point A to point B. Note ...
If you bought the tickets together, then typically yes, the luggage will be transferred for you. If you bought the tickets separately from two different airlines, then typically no. If you are just changing planes within the same airline, always yes.
You can put almost anything in a checked luggage that you can normally carry with you outside the airport. You're even allowed to carry a gun on planes, in fact, it gets you past the lines since they have to check you in separate... I've done Cabin check before where you clean the planes and get them ready for the next passengers and I would find live ...
There's a reasonably decent American mystery novel that features a courtroom scene with the defense attorney asking the Court to weigh the evidence. (The defendant is charged with smuggling.) The judge replies that he always weighs the evidence, but the attorney means literally. Without the drugs, it matches the weight on the checked baggage receipt. With ...
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