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There's nothing to correct. This is very common with airline reservation systems, and everyone handling your boarding pass should know what it means.


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Take your car to a mechanic and get it looked at. Make sure that all belts and hoses are in good condition, and all fluids are topped up. Make sure you know the rate at which your engine burns oil, so you know how often to check it, and carry spare oil with you. Make sure your tires have plenty of tread and are properly inflated, and have no sidewall ...


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You might want to consider a membership to a roadside assistance plan, which will at least give you a number to call for 24/7 repair services or towing should you have a problem during your trip.


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Note: this is based on what I have read online, I don't have personal experiance. AIUI A foreign passport is on the official list of acceptable ID for the TSA. TSA is not immigration. They would not normally have a reason to be interested in immigration status and because of the way US visa's work not having a current visa does not imply a forigner doesn'...


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If the passport is a U.S. passport expired less than one year the TSA will still accept it. See Four Tips To Remember When Checking Your ID At Airport Security at the TSA blog: If you’re traveling with an expired license or passport you may still be able to fly. Acceptable forms of ID cannot be more than 12 months past the identified expiration date. If ...


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I would suggest that you go to the DMV tomorrow and apply for a non-driver ID. The card will be mailed to you, and it might come in the next two weeks if you are lucky. In principle you could also apply for a driver's license, but this will also require you to take some tests, and adds the risk that you might not pass. If you would have to take a road ...


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We have called the Spice Jet customer care and they have confirmed that they can take the copper vessel pots under the category of Kitchen Ware in the luggage only, not on cabin baggage.


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If you did this a lot, it's possible an airline might ban you from flying it, as this is called hidden city ticketing - fares are based on city pairs, not routes, so it's possible e.g. to fly NRT-YVR-SEA (Tokyo Narita-Vancouver-Seattle/Tacoma) for less money than NRT-YVR. Do it occasionally? Probably not a problem. Do it regularly? You may be invited to ...


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Yes, security interview is done on all domestic Israeli flights as well as all outbound flights and inbound Israeli flights. To the best of my knowledge, and from my experience there is no difference in the interview and security check between international and domestic flights. With the only difference is that (at least for Israeli citizens) a passport isn'...


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I can report from personal experience: I do this all the time with my non-US passport, which has no US visas or even entry stamps because I am, like you, a dual citizen. Nobody has ever paid the slightest attention to my immigration status. If someone does ask you about your immigration status (for example, if you encounter US Border Patrol in McAllen or ...


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Yes, you can get interviewed both for domestic and international trips. Source: it happened to me when I was flying from Eilat to Budapest via Tel Aviv. But, if you are worried about this because of the time it takes then there's a lot more that happened to me on that day: I was strip searched at the Eilat airport before boarding to Ben Gurion and they ...


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Adding this now as an answer instead of a comment: The article refers to Enrollment on Arrival as "walk-in". However, the enrollment on arrivals don't happen at the regular enrollment centers, but rather directly at the immigration booths which you only can reach by arriving on an international flight. Example: In JFK the enrollment center where you can ...


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Never. A US passport is one of several documents that can be used to establish your identity at a TSA security checkpoint. An obvious way to fly without being required to have a US passport is to have any other document on the list. People who do not have documents on the list may nonetheless fly by undergoing additional screening: Forgot Your ID? ...


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It's usually history. Cities very rarely decide to build two airports. Usually what happens is that a city built an airport many decades ago, sufficient for their flying needs, conveniently close to the city. Over the decades air traffic expanded, and required a bigger airport. Often the city has also expanded, and it becomes difficult to expand the ...


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A lot of wear and tear happens when you drive while the engine is still cold. On a long distance drive, your engine will be at its optimal temperature most of the time. A lot of wear and tear happens when you accelerate and slow down, use the brakes, the clutch, etc. On a long distance drive, you might be two hours on the motorway without ever braking or ...


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Some airports report themselves how many transfer passengers they have (or at least what's the % of all passengers). E.g. Schiphol (AMS) had 71.053 million passengers in 2018, of which 36.6% were transfers, for a total of 26 million transited passengers. Heathrow claims a figure of 24 million transited passengers, 30% of its total. According to the paper ...


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From Air India: For domestic travel within India, valid photo identification, namely, a passport, Income Tax PAN Card, Voter’s ID or Driving license is mandatory. Any other relevant concessionary fare IDs should be carried as they need to be displayed if required.


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You need a TSA-approved ID and a boarding pass (printed or on a mobile device). That is all. State driver's licenses and IDs are approved, but see the link for REAL ID rules that will apply after October 1, 2020.


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Short version: It's technically not enough, but in practice they'll probably let you on the plane anyway. Long version: TSA's official list of acceptable IDs requires "valid" ID, and an expired passport is by definition not valid. Unofficially, expired US passports not more than a year old are OK. The only foreign ID accepted is passports, foreign ...


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Don’t remember the exact layout in Sydney, but in most airports (if not all), you can’t get to the duty-free shops without going through immigration (where applicable) and security, which you generally won’t be able to do without a boarding pass for a flight. The shop will also often require to see the boarding pass, and in some places will make a ...


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As per the guidelines, it is mandatory to carry a Government issued photo identification (ID) proof along with the E-Ticket for domestic flights in India. The same is verified by the airport security as well as the airline at the check in counter. The valid photo identification documents allowed are: Valid Passport / Driving License / Election Voter Card / ...


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I have not been able to get a definitive answer as to if these reported seizures are due to other illegal activity or if carrying cash over a certain dollar amount is in itself illegal. It's not illegal but various law enforcement has a very strong motivation for invoking civil asset forfeiture -- they get to keep the money or part of it. You do not need ...


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Yes, you will have problems passing through airport security - however you WILL almost certainly be allowed through. The TSA page on acceptable IDs states : We understand passengers occasionally arrive at the airport without an ID, due to lost items or inadvertently leaving them at home. Not having an ID does not necessarily mean a passenger won't be ...


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I've flown many times on Schengen flights and no one (except Ryanair) has ever demanded to see my passport when I presented my residence permit. Likewise I've sometimes managed to enter on board without showing any identification, but this has been the exception. You should also be able to use the automatic boarding gates at both airports: When you are ...


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Everyone has different preferences, and obviously Southwest has its advantages (e.g. free bags) but here are some reasons one might prefer other airlines: FF programs based on miles instead of segments are preferable if one flies longhaul routes. Longhaul routes are unlikely to be nonstop/nonconnection on Southwest. Assigned seating (no having to stand in ...


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Well for one, in October this year, Southwest ranked LAST in on-time arrivals. Certainly that's a reason for many - lots of people I know don't fly Tiger in Australia for this reason. But often the primary reason is loyalty and frequent flyer programs. If I have a major alliance membership - Star Alliance, OneWorld, for example, I like to look for airlines ...


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Constitutional law professor Garrett Epps has covered this incident in an article for the Atlantic. He concludes that by law, an agent in this situation should allow passengers who refuse to comply to pass. Based on his research, Epps concludes that officials lack the authority to perform mandatory check of every passenger: After days of research, I can ...


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This may sound strange, but have you considered renting a car for the trip? Rentals are usually well maintained and a mid size car with unlimited miles will cost less than the cost of a tuneup.


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You don't need to pick up your luggage until the airport it's checked through to, with one exception: You must carry it through US Customs when entering the US. At your departure airport, the bag will be checked through to your final destination, but even so, everyone must pick up and carry their bags through US Customs at their first port of entry, and ...


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