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The period of time spent waiting for a connection (unlike stopover this is not chosen by the traveller).

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You can insist all you want but that does not mean they will. However not insisting is guaranteed not to give your results you want. So in order to have a chance of getting what you want, you must ins …
answered Sep 5 '17 by Itai
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At check-in, the ticketing agent usually tells you if the luggage is checked all the way through or not. There is no fixed rule that applies to all cases. If it is checked all the way through, meanin …
answered Jun 15 '14 by Itai
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Airports do get attacked sometimes but this is the case for serious uprisings and terrorism, not usually criminality such as theft and assault since airports have permanent armed security. Even in a p …
answered Feb 14 '18 by Itai
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Yes it is possible. It is at the discretion of the person issuing the tags. For this you need to skip the automated luggage check and go to the check-in counter, so give yourself extra time at the de …
answered Mar 22 '13 by Itai
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There is no air-side transfer between terminals 1 and 4, so you must exist and re-enter passing through security. Even if you had checked bags, it would make no difference in this case.
answered Mar 9 '18 by Itai
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Indeed, there is a risk and it does double. The shorter the connection, the more risk the bag has to miss the connection. I've had this happen and they sent the bag on the next flight which can be a h …
answered Aug 12 '15 by Itai
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The Multi-City option is always more expensive and one ways often are too. Since your planned stop is less than 24h that will count as a stop-over and you should be able to get a single ticket for thi …
answered Jan 23 '18 by Itai
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For most International-to-International connections you are not required to go through customs unless you exit the airport or in some cases need to change terminals. Not all terminal changes require g …
answered Jul 11 '17 by Itai
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Unless you want to be shared for a stop-over, you must limit yourself to 23:59 minutes. Most travel sites let you search for flights and sort by total duration. This will help you find the longest sto …
answered Mar 1 '14 by Itai
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The luggage allowance with your ticket is for all your flights together. Any luggage you check as you depart A has to be within your allowance. Once you leave B, that luggage will still be loaded onto …
answered Jan 14 '17 by Itai
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Yes. This is done commonly. When entering Montreal, they will ask you how long will yo stay. Just say 11 hours (or so) and, if asked, show them your onward boarding pass. There is nothing that require …
answered Mar 17 '17 by Itai
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Airlines publish a minimum connection time various combinations of airport, terminals and flights. Now I feel that many time it is unrealistic and have been caught by such connections several times, d …
answered May 22 '17 by Itai