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Yes, boarding pass usually has PNR on it, as I have found from a brief image search. It is usually marked as such, but otherwise you can try and locate it - short-ish, mainly or exclusively consists of letters in caps.


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If you use the quickest itinerary (RER B or D to Châtelet-les-Halles, RER A to La Défense, tram 2), you need two separate tickets: one from Paris to La Défense, and one for the tram. The ticket from Paris to La Défense is a point-to-point ticket (currently costing 2.80€). For the tram, it's an interchangeable ticket t+ (one for 1.90€, 10 for 14.90€). You ...


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It’s clearly not possible. Fare gates are equipped with only two readers: one for paper tickets which have a magnetic stripe one for contactless passes using NFC-like technology. For the first type of tickets, there’s no choice but a physical paper ticket bought from a machine or from a sales window. For the second type, you currently need a Navigo ...


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I have just found someone asking exactly the same question back in 2016: Q: If arriving at CDG airport with family, heading for Gare du Nord, is it possible to buy RER single-trip tickets in advance to save delays and currency problems at the airport? A: Only multi-use Paris Metro/RER passes can be purchased online ahead of time. Single use RER ...


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I spoke with Greyhound Customer service on June 21, 2019. A person without an official ID has one option, which is to pre-pay a ticket online. It has an $18.00 fee on top of the ticket price and is only available in the United States, but it may be your only option. She told me employees are not allowed to sell a ticket without an official ID, and the ...


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Did you already purchase your ticket online? Just go to the kiosk at the Greyhound station and enter the confirmation number. It will print out your ticket. Don't have a ticket yet? Just go to the counter and buy one with your debit card.


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As you have not mentioned, there are two possible scenarios here: 1. All three tickets are on same PNR In this case, you are entitled to travel. Other two are "elevated" to RAC status. If you get a birth, three people can share it. This link from IRCTC explicitly state that An additional facility of booking waitlist e-tickets is now available for all ...


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Do airlines sell their tickets to middle man & they sell further to the general public? Yes, the typical middle men are called travel-agents. There are also package-holiday (BrE) businesses and other types of business. Many airlines also sell direct to travellers.


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The information provided by The Trainline is admittedly very poorly explained, and appallingly formatted. The information provided by National Rail is a bit better. Each restriction code states when and/or on what train(s) the ticket is not valid and the days and/or dates that these restrictions apply. Restrictions do not generally apply at weekends or on ...


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When you buy train tickets in the UK, there are many ways in which to buy them - you can buy tickets that are restricted to a single journey, tickets which are restricted to a single day, tickets which are only valid for the non-commuting period of the day (off peak) etc etc etc. Train tickets in the UK sometimes come with required seat reservations, but ...


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When you book a ticket online in the UK, it will almost always give you an itinerary. This is just how the online booking process works — you search for a journey first, then you book a ticket that is valid on that journey. Your ticket is guaranteed to be valid on that itinerary, but since you've bought a flexible ticket, you're not required to travel ...


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Navigo passes are valid on all trains that don't have compulsory reservation, regardless of whether the train is a Transilien (Île-de-France regional train), TER (regional train from another region), or Intercités (cross-region train). So that part isn't a problem. The problem is that the Navigo pass is only valid within Île-de-France. Even on a Transilien, ...


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EDIT : I missread your question, your assumption is not correct. See below For the first question, your assumption is not correct : weekends are "unzoned periods" where your 2-zones Navigo Pass can be used for any zones within the Navigo zones. Other "unzoned periods" include bank holidays, school holidays for Ile-de-France and during the summer (mid July ...


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