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This is called short-checking. You can always ask but they do not always accept, particularly if your connection is short on time. However in this case it does not matter. Even if they tag your luggage to YUL, you must take it through customs yourself when you enter Canada which is in Toronto for you. At that point you will just be able to exit the airport ...


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I'm presuming that you've got a non-refundable fare otherwise this is a fairly pointless question - just contact the airline, cancel your ticket, and get your money back. If it's not a refundable fare, the best option is to NOT cancel it - yet. There are a number of things that can happen between now and when the flight is scheduled that can give you cause ...


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As a general rule, you should join the mileage program for the airline that you want to fly when you redeem your miles. While it is possible to redeem miles on partner airlines, there are several disadvantages: Availability is typically much more limited when trying redeem miles on partner flights. Also, it's often impossible to check availability on ...


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As per this flyertalk post Since you're saying 9J is a bassinet seat, you're talking about Prestige Sleeper, not the newest product. I believe bulkhead seats have the screen coming out of the side armrest. The newest product (Prestige Suite on 748 and newer 77W, and 789) doesn't offer bassinet in J. Cruel, huh? Edit: this has been confirmed by ...


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It depends on your ticket class; in business class or first they are more accommodating and generous than in economy. However, be aware that being over the weight limits may cost you significant extra money, or you may simply not be allowed to fly. Don't risk this. If it is important to you to have only one suitcase to handle at your destination, try to ...


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Generally, if it's all a single booking you can expect baggage to be checked through so you won't see it at layover point (except in some cases of international-to-domestic transfers, but there are none in the itinerary you describe). Some ticket resellers will sometimes issue tickets spread over several bookings at the airline level even of you buy them at ...


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Any liquid or container with liquid must be of less than 100ml to be allowed on carry on. If it is larger, you must place it in checked luggage. It doesn't matter if part of the container is partially empty or holds other things than liquids (as bringing a 150ml jar of pickles than contains less than 100ml of vinegar). This is from a security standpoint. ...


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From the SkyTeam site: Redeem miles As a member of a SkyTeam Member airline’s frequent flyer program you can easily redeem your Miles for an award ticket on any SkyTeam-operated flight worldwide. The miles required will be set by Korean Airlines, along with any fees/taxes, but I think you'll only be able to book onto Delta flights with spare reward ...


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Visa is NOT required to transit through Incheon Airport (Seoul) for Nationals of the Philippines, under the following conditions: Participate in the Transit Tourism Program (Advertised as free, but you have to pay 10 US dollars as an entry-procedure fee). You will have to make a reservation in advance. Hold an airline ticket for transit within 72 hours. ...


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Depends. Typically the airline will you happily check you in as long as a counter is open regardless of when your flight is leaving. If you were flying Lufthansa, you check in anytime since there is always a counter open. Unfortunately it looks like there is only one Korean flight from FRA per day, so you can't "piggy back" on an earlier flight. Most ...


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I believe you will have to claim your luggage in Toronto anyway to go through customs so it should not be a problem. To be double sure just glance at your luggage tag in Seoul and make sure that the tag says YYZ.


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No, you can't. Any flight you book with miles does not give you miles, they are always excluded.


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Yes, according to the embassy website, you need a visa. Even for 1 hour, as long as you get outside of the international zone of the airport, you will need a visa.


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Theoretically, you could ask the gate agent to change the number on the ticket prior to departure from DFW in each direction. Anecdotal reports at FlyerTalk and elsewhere, however, suggest this does not really work in practice, either because of limitations in the reservations system, or because the gate agents may not be familiar with the exact way to ...


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According to Visa requirements for Philippine citizens: Green Card holders in the United States do not need a visa to visit or transit in South Korea.


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After asking the information desk a couple of times (yes, a couple of times with different information officers till i found someone whose english is good enough), they told me that there is no way for me to go outside anymore.


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It depends on the airport and the airline. This is Korean Air's official statement on this: https://www.koreanair.com/content/koreanair/global/en/traveling/baggage-services.html#transfer-procedures You will need to ask Korean Air directly at the counter. If they say yes, then it should. With that said, if you check it in, the counter representative should ...


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I flew from Australia to Europe with Singapore Airlines and they were fine - good price and good service on board. They were also quite helpful when we discovered one piece of our luggage had been damaged and gave us the necessary paperwork for claiming back the cost of repair. I've heard good reports about Emirates but haven't flown with them myself. Qantas ...


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