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If the airline is a part of an alliance (as in your first question), there might be some recompense in that other alliance partners might still recognise the points. But that's up to them and their individual terms with you in the ticket. As far as the points themselves - you'll likely lose them. A prime local example in Australia was Ansett, which went ...


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Since there are no Visa issues in this case, the only thing left to wonder is whether the airlines will allow her to board or not. That depends upon each airline so you have to individually go through their own terms to see. It looks like 32 weeks is generally the limit but this is not something that can be generalized. For medical conditions different ...


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The wikipedia article says: In August 2014, Jet Airways announced that it is discontinuing its low fare arm JetKonnect and JetLite making Jet Airways 3rd full service airline in India besides Air India and Vistara. What grounds do they have to make this claim? It has a frequent flier program, an airport lounge and flies internationally. The long haul ...


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No, the airline won't provide accommodation. Jet Airways is a semi-lowcost airline and doesn't have any special programs for people on a long layover. Your only options are to wait at the airport or get a hotel room close to the airport.


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The term "departure" in this context refers to the departure of the first flight on the ticket. Thus "before departure" is before you have flown any segments on the ticket. "After departure" is after you've flown any segment. So say you have a ticket that has a flight on the 3rd of December, and a return flight on the 7th of December. If on the 1st of ...


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Getting back to my own question. I was successfully able to take the 23kg luggage on the domestic flight as well. I had to collect my baggage at mumbai for custom related checks and again had to checkin at Jet Airways counter, but there was no problems at all and without any additional costs.


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According to SeatGuru it's 110VAC: In seats equipped with AC Power, all you'll need is the standard wall power brick that came with your laptop or other electrical device. The power on the plane is typically 110V AC and features a semi-universal receptacle that accepts the following types of plugs: US non-polarized 2-blade plug (both blades are the same ...


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Bankruptcy means that the company has run out of money. At that point, a list of the company's debts is drawn up and prioritized. Money from selling off the company's remaining assets is used to pay off those debts as far as is possible. A ticket for future travel that you have paid for is a debt owed to you. If money is available, that will be refunded. ...


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The bag you show is bigger than the allowed dimensions on one JetAirways, and that pretty much answers your question. (The other answer says it's within limits on Turkish Airlines, so you should be fine if you manage to get it that far.) I've never flown with those two airlines but, since the bag looks big, there's a good chance you'll be challenged about ...


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Check in should always be done with the airline actually operating the first flight, even in the case of codeshares, so here it is Jet Airways. If you show up at the United desk, they may accept your check-in, or more probably redirect you to the Jet desk. I don't know what you mean by "partner airlines", but I see that Jet is not a Star Alliance member, so ...


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The Jet Airways website clearly states that you can only bring one bag into the cabin, and claims that this restriction is due to the Indian government.


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As you haven't returned to clarify your flight arrangements, there are several possibilities. The simplest: your bags will be checked through and you just have to get to your connecting flight. If your luggage is not checked through, then you will have to collect it and, to do that, you may a visa, as the baggage carousels are after the immigration ...


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It's important to know if it's one ticket from Udaipur to Bangalore, or a ticket from Udaipur to Mumbai and a second ticket from Mumbai to Bangalore. If it is one ticket, the airline is responsible for getting you to Bangalore and they will, in theory, put you on a later flight if you miss your connection. If you have two tickets, then it is your ...


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I flew Etihad to New Delhi a couple of years back with the Abu Dhabi to New Delhi leg being on Jet Airways. On the way I took two bags which was absolutely fine, both bags made it to Delhi. However on the way back Jet Airways refused to allow me to check two separate bags in and claimed it was a max of one and wouldn't budge. Long story short I had to get ...


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Although you ask about both the domestic and international terminals, you also suggest that both his arrival and departure flights will be from Terminal 2. That would be preferable but, it would be best to double check with his airline, as Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji has two terminals which are not connected, but are 5 km apart, two adjacent facilities now ...


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I did a similar thing at Schipol last year. I was traveling on a single ticket, and when I checked in at Heathrow I was given my boarding pass for both flights. I had 80 minutes to transfer, but we were delayed 30 minutes at Heathrow. On arrival in Amsterdam We had a 10 minute taxi plus the time it took to disembark I also had a 25 minute walk ...


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You should have enough time except the following happens: Your first flight is delayed for more than 20-30 minutes Your first flight is cancelled Your bags should get checked through, but ask them again at the check-in counter in London, just to be sure. After landing you are going to walk up to 25 minutes to your departure gate. Boarding is normally up ...


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I just read MMT's "User agreement" which you automatically agree to when you sign up (I bet you clicked a box that said "agree to user terms"?). Sadly very few consumers bother to read the small boring print that uses many legal terms that always makes it confusing. To sum up what you agreed to (or what they made sure will solidly protect them from having ...


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It do not matter who operate the flight. If your ticket is bought from KLM, they should reroute you, and eventually compensate you (but if the flight were scheduled after 7 or 14 days the cancellation, the compensation rules changes a bit). I suggest you to go to KLM site and register yourself and your flight, so that KLM could contact you in case of ...


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A partial answer here. Turkish Airlines allows cabin baggage up to 23x40x55cm, thus your rucksack has no issue. What are the maximum dimensions and weight restrictions for my cabin baggage? In Economy Class you can bring a single carry-on that must have dimensions of no more than 23x40x55 cm and a maximum weight of 8 kg. Business Class ...


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for Chandigarh to Delhi, use Air India. They provide 25kg checkin free. If you go early for check in they can allow 2 bags within 25kg (although tkt says one bag). Forgot to add, it's economy. You don't have to book business class.


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From TripAdvisor: If you are travelling Schengen to Schengen, or Non Schengen to Non Schengen, there will be no immigration checks. There are no security checks at the gates. And from Schiphol Airport: Most of the time, your baggage will be automatically sent to your connecting flight. The only exception is if you’re travelling on two ...


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Some passengers traveling from India and Pakistan are required to be cleared to embark on their trip to the United Arab Emirates, getting OK to Board. Their Passenger Name Record, PNR , must be marked with OK to Board from the respective airline. After your visa is issued, you have to transmit a copy of to the airline for verification. The airline, after ...


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I am arriving at T3 of Dubai DXB from Jet Airways and having an onward flight to Kiev Boryspil KBP with Ukrainian Airlines from T2. Flight departure time is 09:20 hours and I have bought a single ticket. Terminal 3 is for Qantas and Emirates only. Jet Airways flights arrive at Terminal 1. "Ukrainian Airlines" - I think you mean "Ukraine International ...


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You will pay one of the penalties (either the cancel or the no-show). Which one depends on the situation. You do not ever want to be a no-show. Your ticket has unusually generous terms; most tickets today have a penalty if cancelled or changed, but are void (lose all value) if you no-show. If you ever find yourself in a situation where you will not make ...


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The three flights have been purchased as one ticket. Your bags will be checked through to your final destination (Ottawa). For informational purposes, if you enter a port in Canada that is not your final destination in Canada, you would have to clear customs at the first point of entry in Canada. In your case, Ottawa is your first port of entry in to Canada ...


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