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I am Product Manager on CheckMyTrip and the issue is easy to understand. Air France requested us to restrict the display of AF Bookings booked through Air France websites and offices into CheckMyTrip. The way to avoid issues is : - Forward to trips@checkmytrip.com jour AF Brookings then we will be legally authorized to do a snapshot of tour booking - Or use ...


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OpenFlights can give you a scrollable, zoomable map of all routes from any airport. Sample for Tokyo: Here's the direct link for Mumbai: http://openflights.org/airport/BOM Click to "list" icon next to "227 routes" to see them all, or click on any airport to see what flies there. Note that Google counts cities, while OpenFlights counts airline routes, ...


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Use Google. It invented an awesome service for searching flights. Just type in a google search - 'flights from mumbai' and it will return you a list of non-stop flights from mumbai. If you want to find all flights to Mumbai - print 'flights to mumbai'.


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I tend to use WeatherSpark to look up historical data. Their main mode is kind of interactive browser (which is fun to play with by itself), but they also generate averages reports for all places their system knows about. It's a little hard to pinpoint accurate location from your description, since Basque Country seems to more eagerly jump to Spain parts in ...


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Wikipedia's pages for towns, cities and regions often include a "Climate" section which generally includes average and record temperatures, rainfall and so on. Also, I'm sure you know this but remember that the climate at the top of a mountain is likely to be very different than that at the bottom.


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I've always found Wunderground to be pretty useful for travel planning. You can look up the almanac data for any given day. This link has today's data for nearby Biarritz. In addition, their travel planner has the ability to look up the historical weather for a given stretch of time. This link shows an example of the data for Biarritz from October 1 ...


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There is a map which shows all destinations which can be reached from a city at busliniensuche.de.


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Since there are only a few bus lines with a large network, it makes sense to just look at their route maps and pick some destination that does not require a transfer: Here are some links: https://www.flixbus.de/sites/default/files/flixbus-fernbusverbindungen.pdf https://www.adac-postbus.de/Haltestellen/


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have revived a calls and emails from this company but before to proceed the payment have contacted the Canadian embassy , if you want to apply for any kind of visa immigrant or so you need to visit the official website of the embassy , so make sure that you are eligible before to proceed any payment or fees . just watch out your credit cards and be careful ...


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First of all, the wine is far safer than the water just because it has no additives. So don't worry about that. A well made wine needs no additives and there was a reason that the ancients thought wine in general was safer. I've been to Georgia five times in four years and get sick with 'it' every time--fever, stomach stuff--but with lesser intensity. The ...


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The site for Eurolines lets you select the city in which you start your trip from a dropdown list, then it shows the favorite destinations by bus. You can try that but I am not sure you will find your city in the quick list. https://www.eurolines.de/en The list is in the inferior left corner of the site. Good luck!


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is this information true? Who knows? I wouldn't say advertising rules really apply here. They're not misleading you about the product in anyway. Without working on the actual web site your only guessing. Is this just to get you to book now? Almost definitely yes, it's marketing. I suppose the question is, are the figures given in these ...


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Example 1 I can only speculate on, but the figure given is almost certainly not for the specific flight you're looking up, nor does it correspond to the number of free (or taken) seats on that plane, since airlines do not release this information to anybody. (Exact load factors on individual routes are closely-held trade secrets.) I'd venture a guess that ...


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They are definitely there to entice buying and some websites have been accused of simply making them up out of thin air (I heard about hotel booking platforms but since I can't find any reference right now, I won't name names). If they are not entirely deceptive, the numbers might very well be “improved”, e.g. by counting people who have looked, say, at the ...


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https://www.tripit.com/uhp/mobile is a very good choice. I use it for much of my work travel.


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Air France uses Amadeus reservation system, checkmytrip.com is designed to check Amadeus reservations and your reservation number as you described is 6 alphanumeric characters, which matches the valid form of Amadeus reservation numbers. You should be able to check the reservation and get the details, the only reason that can prevent you from this is ...


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if at any point you are in Northern Ireland, Translink has all of their fares on their website, so you know in advance exactly how much a journey will cost - http://www.translink.co.uk/Fares/


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An option is Busbud. They actually post occasionally on this site. For example, you can use it to see prices across a week for a trip from London to Manchester and it will show fares from multiple companies, giving you a comparison and choice. So I would argue there are obvious choices, once you know about them ;)


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I would add to Liam's excellent answer above: http://www.transportdirect.info/, a Government funded transport website, sometimes has fare information for local bus services. You can work out an arbitarily complex journey and click "Tickets/Costs" and it will attempt to give you an idea of the costs. If it can't, it will point you towards a relevant website ...


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Since privatisation in the 80s/90s UK bus services are run by a vastly complicated array of private companies with overlapping and disparate jurisdictions, journeys, fares and services. Local services are run by many, many companies, often with overlapping routes. Sometimes the same route will be run by two companies! There are also national services ...


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There are two multi-modal travel search engines that I'm aware of that handle this well. Perhaps you can compare the results to see which one is what you would prefer. Best worldwide coverage in my view is Rome2rio. Here's an example search from Amsterdam to Hamburg. Their coverage in Europe is very comprehensive as data is much easier to come by there ...


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You should give the new http://www.goeuro.com/ a try. It doesn't always work on all platforms (browsers), but when it does, their search results are quite comprehensive.


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This is really a good question, and It is suprising to verify that this is something that already exists on the web! I'm talking about the Kicktraveler platform, "where traveling meets crowdfunding". As stated in the help section of the website Kickraveler is a tavel-crowdfunding platform. People who want to take a trip and that are looking for ...


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Every traveler is exposed to bacteria strains to which they have no immunity. Some with more noticeable effects than others. Whenever traveling anywhere it is advisable to bring a bismuth medication or what your doctor recommends. I have seen more than one visitor drink only bottled water and still have problems. Specific to Tbilisi: The wine here is not ...



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