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The whole question depends on the exact terms of the ticket, fare AND the booking agent ( whether it is a site, or a real agent, or even the company itself. That being said - and speaking from own ( quit big ) experience in changing and cancelling - The Changes / Cancellation fees in almost always for the TICKET as a whole and not the LEG / SEGMENT. I ...


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The thing about China is that the TWOV policy for most nationals will be the same. The policy is 24 hours from the moment you land on any Chinese Airport to the moment you fly away from China to your next country. Here's a helpful link - https://www.travelchinaguide.com/embassy/visa/free-transit-24hour.htm As long as you meet this condition, your ...


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North Korea charges about $740 per flight, so cost is not the issue - the savings by reducing a flight path by a few hundred miles can be considerate. Some of the reasons are due to South Korea, from the same article: South Korea banned the use of North Korea airspace for aircraft coming in and out of the country's airports in 2010, following the ...


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Arizona Republic picked up and this and did a test: sounds like Frontier does not make it easy but succeeded and saved $10.


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A typical source of such images are databases from NASA : for instance the seasonal "Blue Marble" cloudless earth and the "Black Marble" night lights images. That image dataset is as far as I know free of copyright. The inflight system vendor will probably have used some customization and added additional layers specific to the capabilities of their ...


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