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I'll summarize the answer that this question received in the comment section: what VivaAerobús calls "delivery of baggage in connection" at MEX airport is simply a baggage drop for international to domestic connections where passengers retrieve their luggage when they land, go through the Mexican customs, and drop it there at the place where the OP ...


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No, by definition a stopover is a point in your trip where you really stop: you won’t automatically get boarding passes for further flights at the firs check-in (unless you are within the check-in window of the second flight, which I doubt here) your hold luggage will not be checked through. You are expected to pick it up and re-check it before your next ...


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