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The IATA published an article regarding hand sanitizer limits (emphasis mine, grammar & spelling corrected): The total net quantity of all such articles carried by each passenger or crew member under the provisions of 2.3.5.1 must not exceed 2 kg or 2 L and the net quantity of every single article must not exceed 0.5 kg or 0.5 L. Release valves on ...


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tl;dr It should be fine, if not necessarily comfortable. Depending on your budget and interest in roughing it, an airport hotel room would be a reasonable alternative. From Sleeping in Airports and specifically from their Washingon Reagan Airport sleep guide: While Washington Dulles [sic] Airport is technically open 24-hours, the Security checkpoints and ...


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Your question is full of unwarranted assumptions that deserve being pointed out: It's not the case that every person present in the EU has the right to enter every other EU country. One such exception is someone who has exhausted their right to stay under a short-stay or long-stay visa but is still waiting for their residence permit (in France, they would ...


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ID checks at the gate are so called "conformity checks". They check whether the person presenting herself at the gate is indeed the same person as the person that is on the passenger manifest. Whether these checks are done depends on airline policy, and national requirements. Some airlines do this for all flights, because they want to prevent ...


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