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The fact that $25 USD and $25 CAD have different values is irrelevant. The US bag bee is $25 USD and the Canadian bag fee is $25 CAD. It's really no more complicated that than. The airlines don't take into account exchange rates. Note, this applies when and where you pay the fee. If you book a cross-border itinerary and prepay the bag fee, you will pay ...


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I'm just posting the result of my experience in case anyone else somehow ends up in the same situation and has no options but to cancel the ticket or try traveling. United Airlines didn't bother checking for a visa at all. In the UK, PIA made sure to check my Pakistani ID several times. I did thankfully have my ID with me before leaving the US (thanks Fedex)...


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As Johns-305 notes, it is likely that they can issue you with both boarding passes when you check-in at SBA, and it may be possible for you to get your own boarding passes in advance online. Some bad news though. You will unfortunately need to exit the secure area and go back through TSA security for this itinerary. Your United flight into SFO will likely ...


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First, this isn't something you should worry about. Where you get you boarding passes really doesn't matter. Since you are ticketed through UA, including the AV flights, and your first flight is operated by UA, you should expect to get both the UA and AV Boarding Pass at SBA. You should also be able to check-in online and use a mobile boarding pass. If ...



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