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Oct 11 '17 at 13:50 comment added Rycochet @Johns-305 Good point - there are quire a few anecdotal stories about people finding someone else with the same name to go on a trip after something happens to the original person it was booked for :-)
Oct 11 '17 at 12:14 comment added Johns-305 @Rycochet They do that by making name changes difficult. It would be highly unusual to restrict changes in travel docs since they do change often enough.
Oct 11 '17 at 8:54 comment added Rycochet @Johns-305 Sometimes it is done as a way of the airline making more money by locking a ticket to a person - then it can't be transferred to anyone else without paying a fee etc
Oct 10 '17 at 20:08 comment added phoog It could also be the airline's own idea of security. The airline I'm most familiar with in this regard is Lufthansa, but it has been a couple of years.
Oct 10 '17 at 19:29 comment added Johns-305 @phoog If that's the case, it's only because the airline decided not to bother adding this. There's no financial or regulatory issue preventing this.
Oct 10 '17 at 18:59 comment added phoog Some airlines do not allow online modification of passport or other document information after it has been entered. In such cases, the data must be corrected by an agent at the check-in desk in the airport.
Oct 10 '17 at 17:47 history answered Johns-305 CC BY-SA 3.0