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You can't double dip. Your booking is always associated with a single frequent flyer account, regardless which carrier flies, markets, books or operates it. You can easily change it anytime before the flight typically until check in, but there can be only one at a time Benefits get credited after completion of the flight depending on what frequent flyer is ...


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I do not know of any web-sites with that information. In Australia Jetstar is notorious for using a portable set of scales on a trolley at the gate lounge. It is random, not at every gate lounge and not at every airport but I have seen it in operation several times at Gold Coast and Melbourne. If your carry-on, including any handbags or computer bags, ...


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Your bags should be tagged for Copenhagen and not made available to you in Munich. As you will not have time to leave the airport during your layover, head straight to your connecting gate, without passing baggage claim. Your entire layover should be in terminal 2. Arriving from an airport in a “safe” country you should normally not have to go through ...


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It was not clear from the question if there actually was a self-drop counter for LH there (which in that case was out of service?) or not. Assuming there wasn't: One likely cause is "Not willing to pay for being the pioneer" or otherwise not getting the payback. Although I suppose LH is big also there. If you are (among) the first self-drop counter(s) on a ...


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I can’t comment on the service but I can confirm that dogs weighing more than 8 KG including the transport container can be transported in the cargo hold under certain conditions: Dogs and cats that weigh more than 8 kg including their transport container, as well as hares and rabbits, may be transported under certain conditions as excess baggage in the ...


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As other people said, you won't have to claim and re-check your baggage. I would add that I had multiple times short-time layovers in Munich, even just 55 minutes and I never had any problems, even when my flight had a 20-mins delay. Munich is a very large airport but signs are everywhere so you will know where to go and should be fine!


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