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Can they? Sure. Will they? No. See here: When passenger travel with two separate tickets, Bangkok Airways will no longer through-check passenger and bags to the end destinations on the secondary separate ticket. Please see more details in Separate Ticket Policy


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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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is there a general rule as to whether the more restrictive rules will be applied? No, that depends on the policy of the final destination country. Some care about countries you've transited through, some don't. Most don't care. Each country may change their policy. E.g. Morocco currently cares (mirror): Travelers from List B countries, which includes those ...


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Timatic tells us: Visa Visa required. TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Passengers with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country on the same calendar day. They must stay in the international transit area of the airport and have documents required for the next destination. Passengers transiting through Tokyo (HND) or Osaka (KIX) with a confirmed ...


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