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While travelling from India to Amsterdam via Frankfurt, can the baggage be booked through to the final destination Amsterdam?

Whether it is Paris or Frankfurt, as long as the flights are on the same ticket, your luggage should be checked through to your final destination, and on such a scenario you won’t see it. Note that I ...
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How can I find out if I need a transit visa travelling from Dominican Republic to Kenya?

To research travel documentation and visa requirements I always start with two sources: the IATA Travel Centre, which provides personalised passport, visa and health requirements advice based on ...
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China citizen traveling to Narita. Do I need a visa?

It is possible to move between terminals airside at Narita, provided that you have a connecting flight at another terminal. That said, I don't think the said hotel (Nine Hours Narita) is located ...
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Skiplagging consequences

It's the airline's prerogative to deny boarding to any passenger, so, yes, one can be denied boarding. This may sound completely academic, and will certainly be unusual and unlikely, but one such case ...
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International-to-International connection at PVG with change of terminal

So I did this. It worked out, but I only arrived at the gate with about 5 minutes before it closed, and easily could have gone wrong. The short version is that I was given no services as a transfer ...
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Do I need collect my baggage between connecting flights within Germany, on a single ticket?

I made a trip through Munich Airport from USA to Israel. My checked luggage was transferred for me all the way to Israel, and all the way back from Israel to my return destination. I had 2 hours to ...
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Is 1½ hours enough for a transit at Munich Airport?

I made a trip through Munich Airport from USA to Israel and on the way back. I had 2 hours to walk through from landing to the next gate in the same terminal. It was a bit rough for me because of ...
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Would 1 hour layover be enough between Frankfurt and Munich if I have a transit visa and my final destination is US?

It sounds like you will have a customs check for entry into Germany at Frankfurt. But you may have a passport control check in Munich. When I travelled through Munich from the US to Israel and back, ...
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Is a 1.5-hour transfer in Munich doable?

I made a trip through Munich Airport from USA to Israel. I had 2 hours to walk through from landing to the next gate. It was a bit rough for me because of mobility issues. We had to walk through a ...
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Skiplagging consequences

Like Hilmar, I don't think they can do anything before you actually skip a leg. So there could be consequences afterwards (the first one being that any further legs, like a return flight, on the same ...
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Skiplagging consequences

Can one be denied boarding if the airline staff suspect that the person is skiplagging? Highly unlikely. Even if they suspect it, they can't be sure. You are not skipping anything until you leave the ...
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Is a 1.5-hour transfer in Munich doable?

If this is a single ticket: easy. 1.5 hours is plenty. Even if you miss it you will get rebooked for free. If these are two separate tickets: Extremely risky. Not impossible but you would have to get ...
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I am Lebanese and a resident in the UAE. Can I travel from the UAE to Lebanon with a transit in Doha, Qatar and a passport less then 6 months?

Assuming you travel with a single ticket, there should be no problem. If you have separate tickets you need to enter Qatar which may require a visa. Entering Lebanon with a Lebanese passport should be ...
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Staying in transit

No, all the flights are not on the same ticket. MIAT and Korean Air do have codeshare/interlining agreements, so it's technically possible for them to check the bags through. However since these are ...
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Staying in transit

It will depend on the airlines: whether they interline, ie handle each other's luggage. If they do, you will be able to check your luggage all the way to Fukuoka, regardless of whether you have one or ...
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How does luggage work with Multi-leg travel on a single ticket?

Which Airline is responsible for any claims throughout? That depends on what happens when and where. Typically the "operating carrier" handles any irregularities with a specific flight. If ...
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Schiphol transit from EU inbound flight to Canada

If all is booked on one ticket they will stay in the airside part of the airport. They should be aware not to follow the most of the fellow passengers but follow the signs to transfers or to the ...
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Schiphol transit from EU inbound flight to Canada

Flying from Sweden to the UK via Amsterdam on a single ticket (i.e same airline) everything happens inside the airport. Since your parents are elderly, perhaps they could sign up for 'special ...
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Schiphol transit from EU inbound flight to Canada

Oke, it looks like it will happen inside the airport:
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