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I messaged Transavia via Twitter messages and they were very prompt to reply: Me: Hi! If I have a return booking, when skipping the outbound flight can I still use the inbound flight? Them: Hi [name] No problem at all ! If you wish to cancel a flight, let me know, I can refund you the taxes if there are some. :-) Have a nice day ! So you can ...


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Responding to "Perhaps from the ticket number?" If the boarding pass has the ticket number on it, then as Doc mentions in comments, these are issued sequentially and can possibly be used to determine the rough date, however it requires a little research. Although BA boarding passes don't have ticket numbers on them (apart from mobile ones), they're the ones ...


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Indirect sources other than confirmation emails may be: timestamps on pictures taken there emails or snail mails about invitations to that destination (e.g., conference flyer) invoices or receipts for hotels or restaurants, credit card listings people you met there


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I've been in this situation as well. Luckily, most of my bookings were online, and I kept the emails. But this didn't work for all my flights. The other comments and answers contain good hints for various ways to reconstruct the dates. But when all else fails, the best way is to email the airline's customer service department (I think even United has one of ...


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You need to have that printed boarding pass and a valid ID, e.g. a passport. That's all. Source: Personal experience. I fly Ryanair several times a year.


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As, according to the information in your question, it does not really matter what you wear, it has to be how you behave. I would say, if you see one of the blue girls walking around who might have a ticket, make eye contact, smile a friendly smile and hope for the best. As so often, it will be the charm of the person they select that will be the reason to ...


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Expertflyer's Flight Alert function allows you to receive an alert if a given fare class becomes available on a specified flight. Expertflyer is a subscription service but does have a short free trial period. The Flight Alert form allows you to create a Flight Alerts for a particular flight. A Flight Alert will periodically check the class code ...


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Good idea to check with your hotel receptionist about where to find the nearest railway ticket agency if you live in a hotel in China which is allowed to host foreigners.


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The excellent answer by @PeterHahndorf has inspired me for a viable solution: The ticket office in the picture he provides reads "火车票代售点" i.e. railway ticket selling point. Searching for this (the Chinese phrase!) on baidu maps gives a good selection of such offices, including the one I had found. Screenshot of map.baidu.com searching for "火车票代售点" in ...


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I don't know about an online resource for these places, but I actually found them pretty easy to find in bigger cities. While walking around I often saw them, even randomly in Shanghai. What I would do is, copy this photo onto your phone and then show it to locals, or even better your hotel reception. Even without speaking any English, people were always ...


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Transavia is a typical low-cost airlines. To my knowledge, it only sells point-to-point tickets and does not have any complicated fares so you should be safe. I did not find anything about return flights in their conditions of carriage either (all the usual stuff about using different legs or "coupons" in the right order and allowing airlines to charge you ...


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The Normal Procedure You can buy Manchester United tickets on eticketing and the derby game here particuarly. You can buy Manchester City tickets direct from the Manchester city site, however MC have not yet started sale for next seasons matches (dates are yet to be confirmed). Why that probably won't work Note that the derby (MUFC vs MCFC) is a big deal ...


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The exact validities of the BayernTicket are not well documented. The DB page (in German) says verbatim: Mit dem Bayern-Ticket und dem Bayern-Ticket Nacht können Sie in allen Nahverkehrszügen aller Eisenbahnunternehmen und allen Verbundverkehrsmitteln (S-, U-, Straßenbahn, Bussen) mitfahren. Außerdem können Sie fast alle Linienbusse in Bayern nutzen. ...


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It depends on which Airline you use, like Qatar Airways ask you in advance to get an official permission from the card owner in case he is not flying with you, other airlines mostly in EU countries doesn't ask. so let us know which airline you are willing to use.


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Buy two full-fare tickets. They are typically fully refundable. Obviously, check before you purchase. You typically buy directly from the airline. Then, whether she says yes or no, get them refunded and buy something sane. You'll have to pay a small charge, but nothing compared to the fare difference. Or -- and this is cheaper if you are going to just ...


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The official rule is that you can not interrupt your journey with a regular ticket. To do this you need a "Via" ticket. Source (click on "Can I break my journey?") You can take either the shortest or the fastest way or a longer way that allows you to do it with less changes of train. If you find the journey in the planner on their website, it is certainly ...


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If your train to the airport has a stop in Brussels-midi you can surely get of the train earlier. You might need to buy an extra ticket for the Brussels-midi to Brussels airport trip a couple hours later. It's a good idea to buy that extra ticket before you get on the train to the airport to evade an extra charge of 12€ or something. But that should be ...


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Download the DB app in your smartphone. Then use the ticket number to download the ticket into the DB app in your smart phone. It will become a Handyticket automatically. In that case all you show is your smartphone. I have done it several times.


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The official website does not explain what to do in that scenario but the DB is very specific about it: You have to travel with the exact (credit or ID) card registered as a token when you booked the ticket, no exceptions. If the card expired, you are expected to present the old, expired card instead of the new one (or possibly both if you are travelling ...


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Here is how I understand your codes and what they mean: It means you are wanting to board a train at an intermediate stop, not either end (that's what RL signifies). You were originally wait list #2 (WL2) for a confirmed berth (CNF). A confirmed birth is basically a single person bed/bench/bunk. You are RAC, which means you can board the train, but are ...


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The price may have risen artificially to you because you have not cleared your browser cache. Flight operators (and others such as rail operators for example) will use cookies on your browser to attempt to identify how many times a person has searched for a particular flight. If you repeatedly search for the price on a particular flight, this would suggest ...


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If the plane is half-empty, then it stands to reason that the airline wants to make as much money as possible from anyone who does now decide they need to take that flight. That way, they can attempt to recoup some of the "lost" revenue from those un-used seats. You might be thinking that the airline should reduce the price of the seats, to encourage more ...


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There is no excuse for it, bad for environment as people land and take of more often and quite often also travel more land miles to make use of a cheaper airport. But Airlines do it as they can get away from it. I have heard it explain as there is a big difference in costs the airlines pay for a transfer passenger compared to a long distance passenger ...


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Besides the other explanations given, the cheapest fares typically have advanced purchase restrictions such as being bought 7 days in advance of flight. As you approach the day of flight these fares start to become ineligible for purchase, and less restrictive, more expensive fares must be bought.


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When you have your ticket, you have it. There should be no issues. If there would have been an issue, it would have happened at the moment of booking - the credit card payment would not have gone through, and your booking would not have completed. As it obviously got through, all is fine. The airline has their money, so they couldn't care less anymore.


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First, the seat map may not at all reflect the number of people booked on the flight. People may be booked but not have seats assigned yet for any number of reasons. That said, airlines seek to maximize their profit, not to fill the plane. If someone is booking a flight at the last minute, there's a decent chance that particular flight is important to them,...


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The graphic you have displayed is not a good indicator that the flight is full; that is an indicator of how many people have pre-selected seats. It is also normal for prices to increase as the date of departure nears - as you have to pay a premium for last minute tickets. You are also arriving and departing the same day; which is normally an expensive ...


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How competitive is the sector? You are booking a code-share flight with Delta, so you'll actually be flying on Delta (it says "operated by Delta"), and since Delta is a US based airline flying out of Amsterdam, they may have different costs for that segment. A quick search finds that there are only two daily non-stop flights from AMS to BOS, and they are ...


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If KLM wants passengers to fly with them from Dusseldorf to Boston, they have to compete with other carriers flying the same route. In this particular situation, they are obviosuly trying to underbid the German no-frills airline 'airberlin' operating on the same route, even with some direct flights, starting their round-trip tickets at around 550€. If you ...


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Doing the following click-path makes them offer the credit card and PayPal options for a new user. In fact, I have been unable to find a way to get to a payment screen without those options. First choose the appropriate BahnCard type: Then choose to order as a guest (it is important to not login with your account as this does not allow you to book for ...


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To summarise: you bought CPH-MEL-CPH on Air China for AUD$1550. After flying the outbound, Air China made unsuitable schedule changes and you cancelled the return flight. Air China calculated the refund as AUD$345. You looked up the cost of a one-way flight from MEL-ARN (they no longer fly to CPH) and found it to be AUD$1135 so believe their refund offer ...


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From Easyjet on Twitter: 'If you've already selected seats, these will automatically be transferred to your new flight so no worries. (1/2) If the seats you chose are no longer available, we'll allocate the closest match we can find. Any issue, please DM. Anna (2/2)' Hope this helps.


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You can load the card both in the subway machines, but also in the train machines on Lisbon and surrounding (Estoril Line, Sintra Line and Azambuja Line) present in all stations This already gives a considerable number of spots. Considering you were in Pedrouços, and since there is no longer a train station there. your best bets would be either Algés or ...


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Can you do this, yes, but the airline will reprice your ticket based on the new routing and will charge you any difference if the new airfare is higher plus a change fee. If you try to avoid re-ticketing by not informing the airline, traveling with only carry-on bags and then leave the flight in Beijing, you may have issues with Chinese Immigration, as ...


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I'll just throw in my 2c here. I have 40-50 international flights in the last 3 years going from Europe, usually with one more more transfer elsewhere in Europe and typically to the USA (often with transfers there too). Different countries have different requirements for advanced passenger information. Some countries won't let you board without pre-approving ...


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When you check-in, you do so for the whole flight including any layover. However, depending on the airline and the mode of check-in you may not get all the boarding passes right away. Printing your boarding pass at the airport (departing or transiting) is also a pretty safe bet, I've done this many times. Just head to your airline counter or a kiosk and ...


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There isn't really a definitive answer to this question. It all depends on how many people book for said day, what time of day, and then who books in advance. Personally, I would buy tickets in advance, so that if there was a big queue on the day for the non-advance tickets, I would be fine. Based on the fact that people have only got to scan QR codes in ...


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Almost no airlines allow name changes on tickets. The ticket must be cancelled and re-purchased (perhaps with refund of taxes). There are a couple of exceptions for low cost carriers that allow a name change for a fee. If you name the airline, we can point to the specific terms and conditions. As Zach mentions, some tickets are changeable (date and ...


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Some airlines require the credit card to be supplied at check-in. Some will even prevent you boarding at the gate if you check-in online and have hand luggage only (Cathay Pacific has been known to do this). Some airlines don't obligate you to provide the credit card at check-in if you specify that the person paying is not flying (e.g. British Airways). Some ...


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I have done exactly this two years ago and had no problems whatsoever about it. This does not mean you won't have problems but I highly doubt it would be an issue. That is confirming what your airline says. I.e. I have two first names but routinely only use the first of those. My ESTA only has the first first name while the flight ticket was issued with my ...


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You must arrive within 6 hours. The ticket expires 6 hours after validation and if your ticket is checked on the train more than 6 hours from validation, you will be subject to a fine. You may get on and get off multiple times and use the same ticket. The validity of the Cinque Terre train ticket is specifically designed to allow you to visit multiple or ...


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I think we've all had that experience where a delay on one flight means we really had to hurry and dash through the airport, getting there after boarding has started. I once had a gate attendent see me (out of breath, red in the face, running hard, panting "I'm here!") and turn and run down the jetway to stop them closing the door! That plane started moving ...


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Just a short answer: it all depends on whether you had it as one booking or two separate bookings. If it is on one booking (which I assume) then you are fine. The airline will take care to get you on a later flight and also of hotel if necessary. Just contact their desk in case. (Since the delay/missed connection is their fault, not yours.) If it's two ...



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