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Ryanair is working almost strictly point-to-point. With a very few exceptions, they simply don't do connecting tickets, which saves them all the hassle and costs with accomodating people who missed their connection and so on. I can't comment on the profitability of this approach, but the fact that most low-cost carriers work this way is an indication that it ...


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Assuming you are flying on scheduled airline service, the employees who last handled the bag should pick it up with its contents, put it in some larger container and take it somewhere where someone will attempt to make it so it will last the remainder of the segments to the stated destination on the bag tag. That can be done with anything, including duct ...


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The flights are on the same ticket, so the airlines should make sure you can take all flight (else they are actively blocking you to fulfill the travel contract). The EU right allow you to cancel the flight and get full refund, in case of delays (instead of compensation). This has few rules, but it should be better than flying and returning without exiting ...


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Yes this is allowed. Before 2017, Bangladesh passport holders were required to exit from the same point by which they entered India or apply to have it changed. This restriction was relaxed in 2017, so that major points of entry/exit were excluded from this requirement. As per new rules, Bangladesh citizens having Indian visa can enter and exit from any of ...


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The main page relevant for EU (from France) and rabbits in English can be found here: https://www.sozialministerium.at/siteEN/Health/Information_for_Travellers/Movement_of_other_pets_between_Member_states_of_the_EU_the_EEA_and_Switzerland It contains a link for an English pdf, where rabbits (not intended for food production) is explicitly listed. Short ...


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I would not recommend it, and would be surprised if an airline allows it. An aircraft cabin is kept at reduced pressure, and there is a danger of the balloon bursting. While that might in itself not be very dangerous (and helium is an inert gas) the explosion might cause fear and alarm in the passengers. Some of the helium balloons you can buy are not even ...


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The other question already covers the 5 hour delay so I will not repeat that part here, but I assume you're also interested in smaller delays (in case of 2h meeting, a 2-3h delay is enough to ruin your agenda and make the travel pointless). While such situation are partially covered by the EU regulation, you also have to consider tort law. The latter may ...


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Your passport serves as a proof of who you are. It is the leading document for the Russian and Belarussian authorities. Unless say you try to leave the country on a plane where you booked with first-middle-last they are never going to find out that somehow you have a birth certificate that has an extra middle name on it. So as long as your passport is ...


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I'm on a business trip and the guys I work for ordered my ticket. In the documents I got the flight is marked as flexible. Digging a bit deeper: for a fee (about $80) I can change the date provided I do so more than 24h before the planned departure time. The way this was arranged is by simply booking directly with a big airline, certainly not one of the ...


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Short Answer - This would depend on the carrier airlines. Bureau of Civil Aviation security mandates no separate ID is required for infants/minors travelling with their parents. The airlines may require an age proof to ensure infant qualifies for infant fare. If you don't provide a proof, you may need to pay full fare to travel. A birth certificate is ...


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Personal experience : I think birth certificate would be sufficient.


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Technically, you are correct that carrying objects out and back in is customs-free, without value limits. Practically, probably nobody will ask ever, if you just walk through the green exit. If you ever get stopped, you should be able to simply declare that all these items were bought before the trip, and simple carried in and out; and for smaller value ...


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This bit from the Italian police means that when they return to Italy from outside the Schengen area using only the post office receipt, the flight must go directly to Italy from a non-Schengen country. For example, LHR-BGY (London-Milan) is permitted, but LHR-CDG-BGY (London-Paris-Milan) is not. It is not relevant to flights within the Schengen area such ...


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Cannes Lions doesn't seem like a tourist destination to me. It looks more like a conference. That makes it business, not tourism. With regard to applying for your Schengen visa, all you really need from them is your tickets, or at least some confirmation that you have tickets. If they are covering other costs of your travel, then you also should supply some ...


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Not a proper answer since this is just anecdotical evidence, but I've just crossed security at Gatwick airport without any hiccups. They didn't even flag mi bag for manual inspection.


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Currently it looks like Emirates flights are overflying Iraq, avoiding both Iran and Syria. For example, this flight track from EK164 taken a few minutes ago. AFAIK there are no particular safety concerns flying within the UAE, so I presume you meant flights to/from UAE.


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Exactly as safe as it ever was. If there were an unacceptably higher risk, the airline would take measures to mitigate the risk, or stop flying in the risky area(s). They absolutely do not want another MH17.


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