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You can get the same "Pay As You Go" fares either with an Oyster card, or with a contactless debit/credit card. Both options are subject to the same caps -- that is, after you've reached a certain total price in the same day (and on the same card), travel in the same zones is free for the rest of the day. If you already have a contactless card and your card ...


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MBTA Silver Line route SL1 is currently free when you board at Logan Airport as noted; Massport (the port authority) subsidizes this fare to encourage transit usage. You do not need a CharlieCard or any other payment method to board at the airport; you'll simply be waved on when the bus arrives at the curb, essentially the same as if it were one of the inter-...


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If they are on the same ticket (not self-transfer), should you miss the second flight due to no fault of your own, then the airline has to get you to your destination. If it's self-transfer, then you're on your own, and the Stockholm-Oslo return flight will probably be cancelled as well. As both Norway and Sweden are Schengen countries, you will clear ...


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You can both buy the bus ticket online on Flybussen's home page (NOK 189) or buy a ticket from the bus driver, but you will then have to pay a surcharge. In both cases you can pay by credit card. The bus takes about 50 minutes to reach the bus terminal in the city centre close to the main railway station. If you get through customs around midnight, you will ...


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For that specific flight, there is a FlightAware record of the flight. (You will need to create an account to see the full historical data.) Here is the relevant info:


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Two hours is very unlikely to be enough time for this self-connection. You would need to clear immigration to reclaim your bags, and then check them in with the next airline yourself. You can be visa exempt if you arrive from Dubai or Qatar with a visa/entrance stamp from those countries. It's also possible to obtain a 21 day visa on arrival, but only if ...


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Everything you need to know is on the official Narita Airport webpage. You are required to pick up your luggage before exiting to the public area, where you then must recheck them in and pass through security to get to your connection. And I don't know what you mean by transfer, but you can travel between Terminal 2 and 3 easily. There is a pedestrian ...


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