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Be prepared to miss your connection. The airline will take care of you meaning meals and accommodation as necessary and required to rebook you on their next flight to Barcelona (if there are available seats). While they are not required to, they also might use another airline to get you to Barcelona quicker. They are more likely to do this with an airline ...


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Yes, there are facilities there. Core4Bag provides luggage storage services at the airport. Price depends on the size of the bag and how long you're storing it there for. Here's the link to the airport luggage services page, which lists them, along with their phone number: https://www.aia.gr/traveler/airport-information/baggage-services And here's the ...


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Depending on your airline (AFAIR there are only two flying ATH-JTR): Ryanair: plan two hours Aegean: 90 minutes should be enough Passport control in ATH is fast, if you're from a non-visa country Greeks don't seem to ask any questions except "how long you gonna stay". Expect 15-20 minutes max unless you're unlucky. However since you fly with the luggage, ...


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Got an answer from a native Athenian; Hey, I looked as well but didn't find any later trains from the airport. Its going to be close but if not, you can take the bus. Both are not dangerous, lot of people leaving the airport, you wont be alone. As for the walk to Kotzia Square, there is no issue there as well. Both stops are one of the ...


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Is the time sufficient to board the Olympic Air. If the flight is not late, for sure. ATH is not big, you will be at check in by 17:00-17:30 and your check in closes 30 minutes before the flight (https://www.olympicair.com/en/Info/Checkin/check-in-times) so you have an hour buffer. I have two different tickets. Kindly advise Well, since you are asking ...


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First thing first, Ryanair is a point-to-point airline. This means that, as per their terms and conditions, they don't operate connecting flights. Moreover they can't and won't facilitate passenger and/or luggage transfers to connecting flights, regardless whether they are operated by Ryanair or not. Quoting from the linked T&C: Article 17 - Point-to-...


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Your friend should be able to transit in Athens from Sofia to Hong Kong, provided that she is traveling on a single booking such that she doesn't need to pick up and re-check baggage. (She would need to enter the Schengen are in order to reach the baggage claim). Traveling on a single booking, she should get boarding passes for both legs when checking in in ...


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It's plenty of time. Passport checkpoints are a little slow in Athens, but not three hours.


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I'm not quite sure where you see a big problem here. So let's answer all the potential small ones: When checking in you luggage in Doha show your boarding pass for Athens Vienna (you should check in on the web in advance!) and the check in counter in Doha may be able to check you luggage through to Vienna. Airport luggage handling is not tied to airlines. ...


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