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When you buy an airline ticket there are up to 3 separate airlines that can be involved for each leg of the flight. These are common known as : The "Marketing Carrier". This is the airline who's flight number is on the ticket/itinerary. The "Operating Carrier". This is the airline who's aircraft will actually fly the flight. The "Ticketing Carrier". ...


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If you continue reading the same page you will be able to find the required information: Reservation, Ticketing and Check-in Reservations must be confirmed for the first domestic sector. The dates of the remaining sectors may be left open and booked at any time before the departure of each domestic sector. Reservations may be accepted no more ...


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You know you can't, come now. An airline will grant you miles as a form of gratitude for giving money with the. All sorts of other shenanigans (non-revenue flights, industry discounts, you are the chairman of Port Authority so United runs a flight into your weekend home essentially just for you and whatever else) do not qualify. Lufthansa's policy: In ...


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Having asked a friend who has lived in Japan for decades, I just went ahead and risked it. In the end, nobody as much as raised an eyebrow, much less stopped me to question it whatsoever. The overhead lockers were pretty much entirely empty, so there was no problem with storing it. Therefore, it'd seem like there's no issue with taking a small laptop ...


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As I said in a comment, it will most likely be possible to have your baggage checked through all the way, even on different bookings, if you inform the check-in staff in Osaka that you have a connection (they will probably ask you about it, as well). Assuming it's not possible, however, with more than three hours you have more than enough time to treat your ...


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I suspect the problem is one or both of these two: Are you sure you've got the right website? Flight NH805 is on All Nippon Airways (NH/ANA), not Japan Airlines (JL/JAL). There is also an ANA subsidiary called Air Japan, but AFAIK they don't fly to Bangkok and their flights are effectively indistinguishable from mainline ANA anyway. Are you sure you've got ...


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Call the airline to check. Shouldn't be an issue so long as your ID matches the name. However if the ID doesn't match you may have a problem with the initial screening.


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