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Details may differ significantly from country to country and ignoring that it in many situations is still possible to fly without having to present any form of ID when checking in, making it possible to fly with a ticket in a different name, in general: If you buy your ticket from some kind of agency and not directly from the airline, the agency will of ...


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To answer the part of your question I quote here: I wonder if the Belarus intelligence was handed the manifest as a routine or they somehow got access through it using spyware? That would be "SIGINT". This particular operation was done with HUMINT: Roman Protasevitch was physically followed into the airport and up to the counter by an agent who ...


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Airlines generally use one of two models for checked baggage allowances - either a "piece" model or a "weight" model. Some airlines will use the same model for all flights, whilst others will use one model for some flights, and the other for other flights. Under a "piece" model you are limited to a set number of pieces of ...


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When you book an airline ticket, you agree to the terms of a contract with them, the "Conditions of Carriage," known by a variety of names. According to Boutique Air's Operator-Participant Contract, you are entitled to a full refund of the ticket price if they make a "Major Change" prior to departure. Unfortunately, a two-hour schedule ...


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Presuming you used a credit card for the transaction, that is no longer a secret. https://www.fastcompany.com/90490923/credit-card-companies-are-tracking-shoppers-like-never-before-inside-the-next-phase-of-surveillance-capitalism In one sense, cardholders are safer from identity theft than ever before. At the same time, they’re now shopping in a panopticon, ...


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