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It would depend on the airline and the airport/country but no matter how you buy the ticket, the next big step is what's called “checking in”. This is when the airline assigns you a seat and confirms that you will indeed be flying. In most cases, you can now check in online a few days to a few hours before departure and print the boarding pass at home (or ...


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Just to repeat Relaxed's excellent answer. Yash, the process is: (1) PURCHASE a ticket. These days, that is almost always online at say Expedia, or over the phone. You'll get some sort of purchase code, like XFD123HHC Note that these days, it's usually confusing since there is both an EXPEDIA code and a code from one or more AIRLINES! So, write all ...


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You can find the answer in the website you linked: The one-day card is valid on the date inscribed until the end of operating hours, the two-day card is valid on the day inscribed and the following day until the end of operating hours. In your case you need a two-day card.


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There is a station selector which gives street address and map locations for many of their stops.


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As was explained in the comments: The way that all the airline booking systems work, it is not possible to have people on different booking (fare) classes on the same ticket. If you have two people on the same flights in the same booking classes, it's fine. If you have two people on the same flights but different booking classes (could be business and ...


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A traffic ticket lawyer is probably the best bet. They can be in court for you if they have to be. The fees are often not actually too much but it may still be more expensive than just paying the fine. http://www.avvo.com/speeding-traffic-ticket-lawyer/ma.html You may also request a court date, once assigned write a letter to the prosecuting attorney and ...


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Yes you can do that, but you need to create a new account. From the FAQ: Providing the expiry date of your Railcard is within 30 days you will be able to renew it. Just log back into your account. You can renew your Railcard if it is due to expire before your 26th birthday. ... ... You will not be able to renew a Railcard if its date of issue ...


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There's no real blanket rule here. Often, any school ID - even a convincing fake one or an expired one - will work. But just as often, the deal is the result of a specific partnership with a local institution (or institutions) and only available to those students. Generally, I'd just assume that any ID will work unless it's explicitly posted otherwise, but ...


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It definitely needs to be noted that some airlines these days require the flyer to present the original credit card used to book the ticket upon check-in too. This is an attempt to reduce internet fraud. Check with your airline if this is the case, as the airlines are generally super strict if they follow this policy (no credit card, no flight, no ...


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If you are thinking about Lascaux cave, you actually visit a replica of the cave, not the actual cave itself. But you really can't tell the difference. At the tourist office in Montignac you can buy tickets in advance, though it is limited to just a day or two ahead. So you could go buy the tickets, while your family does something else, then head to the ...


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If there is no exit available to you, you can alway use the 'i' (for information) station next to the gates (shown on the right in the picture). After hitting the blue button, you should get in touch with a person stationed somewhere else, who should be able to help you.


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There are no limits to the pass. You are allowed to take as many trips all across the EuRail countries. This is valid even for trains which require supplements or reservations. As long as you have the valid supplement or reservation, there is no limit to the pass on those trains as well. I spent 3 months with the pass traveling across most of Western Europe ...


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I would say that the right answer to your question heavily depends on how many and which museums you are going to visit. Some of them may not even allow to buy tickets online, but others may allow to print the tickets at home. Roma Pass comes in two versions: 48h and 3-days. It could be a good choice because it allows free direct entry to the first two ...


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The weekly public transport pass in Rome (in Italian CIS = Carta Integrata Settimanale) is valid within the area called "Roma Capitale". You can buy it for € 24,00 at any automatic vending machine located in every metro station or at almost any newsagent in Rome. With the weekly pass you can ride all the buses, trams, metros and trains within the validity ...


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N.B. I'm reporting information found on the web in French, which looks broadly consistent and up-to-date. I've never visited these caves. The Lascaux cave, or more precisely the partial replica Lascaux II that's open to the public, is open everyday during the summer period, and closed Mondays and for lunchtime outside the summer period. Check the web page ...


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When you buy a ticket online (or otherwise) you get a reservation code. Normally one could print out a confirmation email just so you have that code on paper for reference. With that code on the date of the flight you will go to the airport to the counter of the airline that sold you a ticket and a lot of airlines nowadays provide electronic means of ...


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I contacted East Coast directly and below is the response: If a Railcard cannot be produced at the time of purchase or at any ticket examination then the full undiscounted fare will be payable as if no ticket or Railcard were held. In addition to this, a valid Railcard must be held for the full duration of both the outward and return portions of period ...


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There may be a barrier to doing the purchases online using your existing account But as it says on this page http://www.16-25railcard.co.uk/eligibility-benefits/eligibility/ You can purchase whilst 24. My recommendation would be (and what I did when I was a bit younger) to make the purchase in person at a railway station. And to purchase it as if it ...


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You can book two separate tickets for two separate flights. However if one flight is delayed and you miss the other you may not be re booked onto the next flight without paying a fee. Most major airlines will rebook you on for free if they ticketed both parts of the journey. So it is better to see if you can get one airline to ticket the whole journey, this ...


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I am not a lawyer. That being said, if your friend is a legal driver in India, and has an Indian driver's license, is over 18, and was driving the type of vehicle she is licensed to drive, then India is listed in Appendix C. She should have been a legal driver in Massachusetts. If there was no other infraction noted on the ticket, other than not having a ...


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The exact rules will actually vary slightly depending on the city pairs. On the Malaysia Airlines website, on the Review Your Itinerary and Price page there's a small link at the top for View Fare Rules. You can use that to check exactly what the rules would be for an given ticket you were thinking of buying As a general rule though, mhbasic is the least ...


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According to cheapair.com, it's 54 days in advance. At least in 2013 it was. Quoting the article, [They] monitored 4,191,533 trips. For each trip – that is, a flight from city A to city B on a specific date with a specific trip length– we looked at prospective fares over about a 10½ month booking window, ranging from 320 days in advance, to 1 day in ...


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If flying to South Africa or even simply transiting through South Africa and you are taking minors (anybody under the age of 18) with you, there were some recent regulations passed in the country which will be very relevant to you: All minors have to travel with full unabridged birth certificates (i.e. showing both parents). Both the named parents have to ...


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Thanks for your clarification. Looking at a combination of the east coast, network card, and national rail websites I believed that the restrictions that east coast impose as you referred to are time related. You linked to this page http://www.network-railcard.co.uk/terms/ which shows that east cost trains might have restrictions, I then reffered to the ...


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Since you leave mid-day, it's surely necessary to buy a 2-day-ticket. At least here in Switzerland operating hours end, when the next day's operating hours begin. In numbers: Any ticket you buy is valid the date printed on it until 5am the next morning. For further information I'd write a mail to the tourist information website. I'm sure that they will ...


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However if you have purchased a rail ticket it can be cancelled online. The rules are as follows Cancellation of e- tickets. The e- ticket may be booked and cancelled through internet and the refund of fare shall be credited to the customer.s account after deducting the charges applicable. In case of a confirmed e-ticket, refund of fare shall be granted ...


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It's very likely that the only recourse you have here is to contact them, give them the time, date and details of what happened, and you may get an apology or some cash back. Maybe. They're contactable by phone and by email on their site: (+33) 03 20 40 40 40 (local call rate) Mondays to Fridays, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ...



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