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Per IATA rules you are allowed to carry up to 20 such power banks. They must be isolated and in your carry-on luggage. Note that those are IATA guidelines, individual airlines are allowed to deviate from that, so you should check the airline’s rules.


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It's sufficient to check-in but not to board the plane. Your ticket/receipt includes a reservation/booking number or PNR (six letter/numbers). Starting 24-ish hours before departure you can use that to check in either online or at a kiosk at the airport. That's when you get the actual boarding pass (print it at home or at the kiosk). You need the boarding ...


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For US Visa puporses, it looks like you need to use your single name as "last name" and FNU as first name. FNU means "first name unknow". See https://in.usembassy.gov/visas/nonimmigrant-visas/ FAQ section. It's likely that United will adopt the same process since they need to communicate booking data and Visa data to US immigration ...


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Is this possible? Sure. The question is how much LH will charge you for the change. There is always two parts to a change: change fee plus the price difference between the new on and the old ticket. The change fee may be waived but that depends a lot on the specific ticket that you bought and the associated fine print. In your case that seems to be a no-go ...


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(Threaten to) take them to small claims court In most countries taking someone to small claims court is faily cheap and straight forward, and doesn't require a lawyer. That's basically its whole point, to let people recovour money they are owes where the cost of a laywer would be a decent portion of what they are trying to recover. I am not a lawyer, but if ...


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On OS X, I recommend Tripmode. You can allow or block specific apps, turn off background updates, and set a limit for data usage on specific networks (like inflight wifi or a tethered phone).


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There are two different issues in your question: Whether you can import and use a drone in a foreign country. What the rules are for lithium batteries on flights. Some countries do not allow drones at all, or require specific permits or licenses to import or use them. I'm not going to cover this aspect here, but you should definitely check that. The Drones ...


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When you book a multi-leg trip on one ticket, missing any flight cancels all the following tickets. This is because of airline policy to combat something called "Hidden City Ticketing", which you can Google. For instance a small town like Juneau might subsidize flights into the town. So Juneau-NYC might actually be cheaper than Seattle-NYC. ...


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The formal entering of the Schengen area will be in your first airport within the area, as usual. But special rules will allow Poland to check and record your details. The airline may well give details, they usually do for some countries, although not within Schengen as far as I know. If countries feel there is a need, COVID 19 rules do allow other measures ...


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If you don't show for the outward leg, you typically lose your complete ticket value. This is understandable, as by simply not showing up, you deprive the airline of any chance to resell your seat. You can normally save a good chunk of the ticket's value by calling them before the outward leg, and rebooking to the days you want - or even simply cancelling it,...


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Yes, you do need a Covid test. Depending on the time between taking the test and arriving in the Netherlands, you might actually need two. According to government.nl: If you are aged 13 or over and travelling to the Netherlands from a high-risk country, you must provide proof that you have tested negative for COVID-19. You can do this by presenting a ...


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From the New York State Covid Website: Asymptomatic travelers entering New York from another country, U.S. state, or territory are no longer required to test or quarantine as of April 10, 2021. Quarantine, consistent with the CDC recommendations, is still recommended for all travelers who are not fully vaccinated or have not recovered from laboratory ...


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