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Yes. There is the possibility you'll be questioned as to your motives, but in the end they're all domestic flights, so it's down to you and the airline for the transaction, and they've sold you the tickets. Of course, the Earth might not thank you ;) I know of a role here in Sydney which requires employees (non-airline) to fly 6 flights in a day, with ...


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Yes. The airline is a business, they are happy to receive your repeat custom. Your concern should be whether this is feasible: if the same aircraft is used to operate all flights, then one flight delayed will not impact the rest of your itinerary, because the subsequent flights will also be delayed. (This is called a "back-to-back" in mileage running terms.)...


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Yes. It will take less than 1 hour, by train, to get from city center to KUL. That leaves you with three hours which is more than adequate for an international flight. The biggest concern will be the time it takes to get to from your meeting to the train station. Another thing you should consider is how your luggage will encumber you.


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Any time this type of issue has happened for me (with BA, BMI Star Alliance, and one of the US airlines) I just call and tell them the website can't cope. Every time I have had a useful help person who did whatever was needed to make it happen. Sometimes you just need to get a human to make it happen.


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The exact rules will actually vary slightly depending on the city pairs. On the Malaysia Airlines website, on the Review Your Itinerary and Price page there's a small link at the top for View Fare Rules. You can use that to check exactly what the rules would be for an given ticket you were thinking of buying As a general rule though, mhbasic is the least ...


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Yes, this may (will) cause problems. Most immigration officers match passport photos, visa photos with the person in front of them. Even though this is not your mistake, you can suffer because of this. My advice is to send the passports back and get this corrected. If you have a consulate in your city, contact them. (Many times, immigration officer at the ...


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Malaysia Airlines' website is a little vague (the only reference I could find was here), but for pretty much any airline, the responsibility to have the right visa and travel documents is ultimately yours. Returning you back to your home country if you are denied entry is at the airlines' expense (you were probably lucky, unless you were travelling on a ...


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From Malaysia Airlines Facebook feedback page: We also encourage the use of the following channels for a more efficient response to any comments related to service or flight enquiries. Enrich : enrich@malaysiaairlines.com Social Media, Facebook and Twitter : socialmedia.team@malaysiaairlines.com Twitter : http://twitter.com/mas From their contact ...


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Am I eligible for TWOV at KL? Yes, nationals of India can get transit without a visa (TWOV) and enter Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for 5 days with the following conditions since you have a valid visa from Australia: Source: Ministry Of Foreign affairs Malaysia TWOV cannot be given to visitors who do not possess visa from 3rd country of destination as ...


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Does Malaysia Airlines allow bringing food in the checked-in baggage? Strictly speaking, it appears not. See last page of Malaysia Airlines Baggage Information: Malaysia Airlines advises you that following items may not be included in your baggage and liability is limited under the applicable international Convention for your damage or loss. ...


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Generally speaking, even if the arrival country require so, I can not see why you could blame an airline company for bringing you from A to B at your request. It is possible (I once did it on purpose) to buy your next ticket in the transit zone. As an example, imagine you are coming from France and plan to visit a client in Taiwan and another in ...


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MH basic would be the cheapest of all the 3 fares. It is Non endorsable, non transferable and non refundable.Seats are limited and are subject to availability of the relevant booking class. As it is the cheapest, this will be the bargain if you are absolutely sure about the dates you are flying as you are not allowed to change departure dates to/from ...


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No, it is not possible to upgrade a Qantas flight with Malaysia points. Unlike Star Alliance, for example, oneworld does not have a generalized scheme for point-based upgrades on partner flights. That is, you can use points in one oneworld program to redeem a premium ticket on another oneworld carrier, but you cannot use them to upgrade a paid ticket on a ...


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Nobody would care if the ticket lists your daughter as an adult. It might be a problem the other way around (adult listed as a child), but adult fares are always more expensive so the airline wouldn't care in the slighter. Relax and enjoy your trip.


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I'd suggest taking it in your hand luggage (if it'll fit in the dimensions). My main concern about putting a PC into your checked luggage would be a) it getting broken, or b) it getting stolen. The airline's liability for lost or stolen luggage is relatively low - perhaps below the cost of your PC. Even if it's not, then you do face the hassle of ...


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If you are buying all your flights together in one single transaction, then yes your baggage will be checkled through. You will not need to collect your luggage in Heathrow. You should recieve all your boarding passes at the check in desk in LYS but even if you do not, you can collect your Malaysian Airlines boarding pass once you get to Terminal 4. Simply ...


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Your problem is you're trying to add them in the wrong place! Very few One World partner bookings will show up in the BAEC interface. Generally only ones on 125- ticket stock (bookings made with British Airways themselves), and ones involving a BA leg will be available in the British Airways website. (Full gory details available on flyertalk if you really ...


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Clarify: you are from a country that normally does not need a visa in advance to enter Thailand? And you had a passport? You were granted admission to Thailand, your partner was denied. You both have travel documents from the same country? If that is the case, and the airline checked that you both had passports before departure, then their responsibility ...


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