Since it seems that the United Airlines website fails to mention the cut-off time for boarding pass printing, I asked two United Airlines employees.
Employee 1 (from United Airlines online chat): after erroneously telling me that the cut-off time for boarding pass printing is 40 minutes, they told me that the cut-off time for boarding pass printing is the ...
The cut-off is the same as the check-in cut-off time, although in general for International flights that time is also the same as the baggage drop-off time.
For Lima specifically, the website you've linked to states :
Lima (LIM): 75 minutes
As far as United is concerned, you are not fully checked-in until a boarding pass has been issued.
Unrelated to the ...
Adioso gives you that option. The [Watch Prices] button shows the following dialog which lets you select a flexible date rage and a price, it then alerts you when flights below the price you set are available by email.
Note: UK transport smart cards (the ones which are not Oyster cards) are also known as ITSO cards. When you load a ticket onto a smart card, whether at a ticket counter or using an automatic machine at a station, you can select an appropriate railcard discount from the machine display, or tell the ticket clerk. For a discounted ticket to be valid for travel, ...
There are three kinds of unlimited ride passes available in Sapporo:
One-Day Ticket for Subway Use (地下鉄専用1日乗車券), valid on subways only, 830 yen
Donichika Ticket (ドニチカキップ), valid on subways on weekends and public holidays only, 520 yen
Dosanko Pass (どサンこパス), valid on streetcars on weekends and public holidays only, 370 yen
There are all valid ...
I have read these answers extensively and can't really find a justification for having to use a card, whatever it is. I have travelled by train in other Countries and never have I had to swipe any card. I can understand being asked the same card as the one used for booking, but as some people have said, any card will do.
So the only reasonable option my ...