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Mar
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Feb
4
comment Passport control when flying from Romania to Italy
@phoog : you are right, nowhere in the question says the OP is a Romanian citizen, just that the flight starts in Romania. From all we know the OP might have started the journey literally anywhere. But still, "If you e.g. have a Romanian passport, your passport will not be stamped when entering Italy." might give the impression that Romanian citizens are required to have a passport to enter Italy.
Feb
4
comment Passport control when flying from Romania to Italy
People might get the idea that the passports are mandatory.
Feb
4
comment Passport control when flying from Romania to Italy
Note that this answer might be misunderstood. Romanian citizens are not necessarily required to have a passport to enter Italy, a national ID card is sufficient.
Apr
1
awarded  Critic
Mar
5
comment Is it true that people “can just take all the luggage off the airport conveyer belt and leave with it.”?
Not that much of a deterrent for a skilled social engineer. Just tell "Oops, sorry, I thought it was mine." with an honest looking face and move on. However, I guess that skilled social engineers can make much more money in other areas than by stealing dirty laundry.
Feb
13
awarded  Yearling
Jan
2
comment Celebrating the same new year several times over?
I would use "airliners" instead of "airplanes". Airplanes exist which are in use today and are faster than the rotation of the Earth, but they are either military or experimental planes. With a lot of money or friends in the right places you could pull it off.
Jan
2
comment Celebrating the same new year several times over?
Note that by living in a diaspora, one can celebrate twice without moving anywhere: celebrating the New Year of their host country, and celebrating the New Year of their country of origin. Especially if you ended up in a diaspora not because of emigrating, but because of shifting borders, you are more likely to be culturally attached to your old country: I know of at least one example of a border change which also led to a time zone change.
Nov
20
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
5
comment How do you know if Americans genuinely/literally mean what they say?
In Europe, espeically in the central and eastern parts, this is very differenlty handled between rural and urban areas. In the city I was used to how cookies and drinks were offered to guests: I offer them, and they either accept or refuse. If they refulse, I maybe offer it once again, but that's it. In villages, they always refuse, you must offer it again, they refuse it again and again, and they expect from you to almost force them to take some.
Oct
20
comment Why are airlines against the transferring of tickets to other persons?
@SalvadorDali : this sounds more like a conspiracy theory. Any proof of this regularly occurring?
Oct
18
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Oct
18
comment Why are airlines against the transferring of tickets to other persons?
@SalvadorDali : If I don't fly, how would they know it? By the time I fail to turn up at the check-in it would be too late to sell my ticket again.
Oct
14
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Oct
14
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Oct
14
awarded  Yearling
Oct
14
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Oct
14
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Oct
13
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