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Vilnius City Hotel states on their site that you can check in for free two hour before normal check-in time, as long as you book directly with them. I believe that is at noon, since I made a test reservation, and it was stated that check-in is from 2 pm. From https://www.vilniuscityhotel.com/reservation/ "4. Early check-in or late check-out. Our direct ...


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They are the worst I have ever encountered. They tried to extort 2 payments for a flexible ticket change of departure date. Then they changed my ticket from refundable to non-refundable, without my knowledge or consent and when I cancelled my flight it took them a month to get back to me. By then I had travelled with someone else and I now find that they are ...


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As far as I am aware there is no specific passenger rights legislation in either country. However, the airline is contractually obliged to either get you to your destination or refund your fare (although computing this may be complicated for a half-used return ticket), and in Japan in particular, airlines will generally bend over backwards to make things ...


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If you can consider dropping your standards, hostels regularily offer this kind of service. I have been in quite a lot of hostels in eastern Europe over the years, and have yet to find one where 24-hour check in (and access to your room/bed) wasn't offered by default. Yes, it's not the feel and calm of your own furnished room in a hotel, but better than ...


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Note that “24 hour check-in” is not actually what you are looking for. “24 hours check-in” just means that the reception is staffed 24 hours, so you can arrive at any time, including at 2 in the morning if you want/need to (but your stay must be booked from the day before in that case). With or without “24 hour check-in”, you can always check-in at any time ...


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Almost all hotels have a check out between 10am-12pm and a check-in time between 2pm and 4pm and they use the time in between to clean and refit the rooms. The only exception are so-called "day use" rooms where you book a room for a certain time in the day, but this is pretty rare and I didn't see anything in Vilnius. Some options: Ask for an &...


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I'll summarize the answer that this question received in the comment section: what VivaAerobús calls "delivery of baggage in connection" at MEX airport is simply a baggage drop for international to domestic connections where passengers retrieve their luggage when they land, go through the Mexican customs, and drop it there at the place where the OP ...


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Is it possible to use Ethiopian airlines to travel from Dublin to LAX? No. https://onemileatatime.com/ethiopian-airlines-lax-houston/: As of summer 2019, Ethiopian Airlines will be canceling flights to Los Angeles. Ethiopian Airlines has been flying to Los Angeles since 2015, operating a flight via Dublin in both directions, where they’ve had pick-up ...


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It is possible. I did it last year, traveling from Mexico City to La Paz (BCS) with Aeromexico. I am a temporal resident (student with a TRTE/FM1). However, it is difficult to find clear information about it. On the Aeromexico website you can see: Identificaciones válidas para pasajeros mexicanos en vuelos nacionales Para efectos de abordaje de vuelos ...


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My French passport expired 2 weeks ago. Huge mistake, as you are about to find out. Contact the Canadian embassy in Mexico City or any of the numerous consulates. They might give you a travel authorization. They have no obligation to do so, but it's Canada, eh. You DO have a valid Permanent Resident card, yes? Gets much harder without one. If Canada says ...


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My trip.com are an absolute nightmare to deal with if anything goes wrong with your trip, or you have flight cancellations etc.. If all you want is the absolute lowest price possible to get somewhere, then crack on and use them, but I would advise you to get the most comprehensive travel insurance available. I think they have the worst customer support phone ...


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Unlikely. The final decision whether an item is allowed rests with the staff on the ground and any pre-approval would overrule this policy. A pre-approval would also require the item to be inspected and than "sealed" so it cannot be modified or tampered with between the pre-approval and the actual flight. I travel with two items that often get ...


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At the present time, as a vaccinated Spanish citizen flying from a low-risk country, you do not need a pre-flight covid test. This Spanish Ministry of Health page describes the current requirements. Drilling down on that page will reveal the EU list of low-risk countries (Canada is on the list) and the text of the Spanish Health Control Form which you must ...


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No, it does not exist. There are no real life pets which are smart enough and small enough to travel in a pocket while traveling international and moving countries frequently. Not many animals, if any at all, will fit the picture. The kind of life you picture for the pet will be hard to very unkind to the pet. Besides, you will not be able to travel around ...


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Confer Who pays return ticket if denied entry? There’s generally no actionable right to enter a country. I wouldn’t even be so sure you couldn’t be denied from entering the country you hold a (sole) citizenship of. As far as I understand the mentioned CoViD‑19 rules apply indiscriminately of nationality. Mid-air changes of regulations aren’t forbidden. In ...


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From a legal perspective, in most jurisdictions there is no requirement that the law be "published" in the form of guidance, media announcements etc. This derives from the well known principle that "ignorance of the law is no excuse". In the UK for example, all Covid-related rules are given effect by way of primary or secondary ...


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There is already a very good answer, but here are some supplemental thoughts. The obvious question which astonishingly none of the articles dive into is "what happened to the other flights from the UK to Austria that day?". As far as I was able research this, there were no similar occurrences and it seemed to be mostly an isolated incidence. That ...


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do the passengers have to pass the immigration Generally yes. Once you are through exit controls, you are out of the country, and you need to clear immigration again to return. Example: I was in China waiting for our plane to depart at the international gate. The flight was cancelled and they needed to put up passengers for the night. That required full re-...


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However in this case, the foreign country hasn't published the rules, so there were no way the travelers or the airline could have possibly known about these changed rules. This statement that Austria didn't publish the new rules beforehand is simply not true. It was published in different news sources on the 23rd of December, but it seems, not widely in ...


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