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This depends on a number of factors. Firstly there is the physical aspect - can you physically access the lounge? Lounges are generally in the 'departure' area of the airport, which is often only accessible by departing passengers - at least for international arrivals, but even sometimes for domestic arrivals. If you can't physically access the lounge ...


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All “normal” commercial flights are in terminal A. There is also a small terminal for general aviation (f.e. private aircraft, air taxis, air ambulances...). Electrical outlets are type E (CEE 7/5). US plugs will not fit without an adapter. A simple adapter is cheap and lightweight. Electricity is 230V, 50Hz (vs 115V, 60Hz in the US). Most phone and ...


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US Airports are not separate like most Australian airports are. International and domestic departures often leave from the same terminals, as the US does not have as strict physical controls as Australia does. Airline departures are done as you have surmised by the airlines, via the APIS system. So your conclusions are correct. You will land at LAX Terminal ...


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I couldn't find a reference on the airport's own web site, but from this page The terminal at Kiruna Airport is open during the day. The terminal opens about an hour before the first flight departure and close about 30 minutes after the last flight arrival. This means that the terminal is closed during the night. Kiruna Airport doesn’t offer any ...


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It will depend on exactly what you mean by a 'plastic bag', the airline involved, and potentially the specific check-in agent, but the general answer is NO, they will NOT accept it. Airlines will generally not accept "luggage" that they do not consider to be suitable to survive the trip without damage - and a plastic bag would normally fit within that ...


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A glimpse is possible within that time although you certainly won't be able to see much. Assuming an on-time arrival and that your luggage is checked through, you can exit the airport fairly quickly. As anyone exiting the airport after arriving from another country, you need to do exit immigration which is generally quick, particularly for Americans. Figure ...


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Probably not. Depending on your airline, you may or may not be able to stay airside when connecting. However, if you chose to leave the airport, you would need to clear customs to enter Canada, which would take additional (potentially significant) time. In terms of the trip to Montreal itself, it would minimally take about 30 minutes each way by car to ...


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In the EU airports I am familiar with you either can not buy any of the 'taxfree' or specially priced 'buy before you fly' items when coming through the airport shopping area on your way out, as only with a valid boarding pass (and it will be scanned) you can buy. Or you are not coming through the normal shopping area at all. There are airports with 'shops ...


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