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Flying United, How Will I Know Which Gate I Am Departing From?From Air Travel Forum:
Flying United, how will I know which gate I am departing from? I am leaving Friday at 5 am, I have a e ticket confirmation print out. However how and when will I know what gate I am going to?? FROM DRU NC TO Houston btw gate number is not listed anywhere.... willit be on my boarding pass? once I check in?
Answer: Gate numbers are only known at most a few hours in advance. Ways to find out: - 3-4 hours before departure, either call or go on its website to see if the gate no. has been assigned. - If you check in or your bags at the kiosk in the airport, the screen will show you the gate number. - If you get your boarding pass from the airline, the gate number should be printed on it. - You can check the flight information from all the flight status monitors hoisted in airports, it shows gate no. Sometimes, though not often, there is no gate number even when you check in, the airline agent would tell you to look for information from the monitors in the meantime. This is because the airport is busy with too many airplanes, or some other flights are delayed so the gate is not opened up yet for the next incoming airplane. But sooner or later, you will see the gate number on the monitors.
Has Anyone Ever Flown ( A Commercial Airline) For Free?From Air Travel Forum:
Has Anyone ever Flown ( a commercial airline) for Free? I bought airline tickets on my credit card which I monitor on line --daily I have my e-ticket confirmation and my seats, for over 4 weeks now it's almost time for me to fly, so far for free. should I be worried?
Answer: Ha ha, don't worry! They will charge you!
What Should You Pack For A Carri bean Cruise?From Packing & Preparation Forum:
What should you pack for a Caribbean cruise? My 14 year old daughter and I are going on a Western Caribbean Carnival Cruise in July. What should I pack and what should I suggest my daughter pack? I would like a checklist/list for both of us, please!
Answer: Please check out this list before starting you cruise : airline tickets or e-ticket confirmation cruise documents passports and visas (if necessary) or proof of citizenship (check with your cruise line for requirements) vaccination certificate (if required) wallet and fanny pack driver's license and auto insurance card - in case you decide to rent a car when ashore medical insurance cards and medical history (especially if traveling alone) another picture ID - if you don't take driver's license credit cards - be sure to call credit card companies before traveling to alert them you are traveling outside your normal area ATM card watch pre-paid phone card cash or traveler's checks (be sure to keep traveler's checks receipt in separate location) 3 copies of airline tickets, cruise tickets, passports/visas, itinerary - pack 1 copy in carry on, 1 copy in checked luggage, and leave one copy with someone at home contact numbers to report lost/stolen credit cards or traveler's checks emergency numbers at home prescription drugs and any other essential medications in carry on bag glasses, contacts, contacts cleaner extra reading glasses sunglasses reading sunglasses guidebooks and other port of call information foreign language phrase book or dictionary maps reading material - books to read while on the plane or lounging by the pool journal or notebook and pen/pencil - for making notes to tell your friends back home about your experiences business cards with email address to give out to new cruise friends currency conversion chart plug adaptor and converter cell phone and charger PDA and charger home and email addresses of friends/relatives back home - for sending postcards, emails, or gifts laptop computer binoculars film camera and manual extra film (don't put undeveloped film in checked luggage) disposable underwater camera - for snorkeling or beach days digital camera and manual extra memory cards for digital camera batteries for digital camera battery charger extension cord with multiple plug-ins duct tape or strapping tape walkman and tapes (for walking on deck or on treadmill) small travel alarm clock - battery operated lighted dial clock for cruise ship cabin extra plastic cable-lock ties for securing luggage for return trip (better than locks, but one-time use only) extra luggage name tags (in case yours are lost on the outbound trip) zip Lock bags of all sizes and garbage/laundry bags small flashlight night light corkscrew (be sure to put in checked luggage) Swiss Army knife or something similar with screwdriver head, etc. (be sure to put in checked luggage) small umbrella collapsible travel pillow for those long airplane flights ear plugs or "ear planes" small first aid kit (band aids, Q-tips, Vaseline, Dramamine, antibiotic cream, bandages, anti-diarrheal medication, cortisone cream, aspirin/tylenol/advil) Crazy glue playing cards sports gear (e.g. snorkeling gear) bug spray (not for your cabin on the ship, but for those pesky mosquitoes and "nonos" ashore) sun screen/sun block and lip sunblock germicidal hand cleaner hand lotion rubbing alcohol or foot lotion for soothing tired, hot feet hats/caps/visors insulated large coffee mugs empty folding tote bag - for souvenirs or the beach clothes pins sewing kit and scissors (pack in checked luggage) travel-sized Woolite handi-wipes
How Do I Start A New IPA Without Installing Tunes Or Sync'Ing With A Pc?From Pads & Handholds Forum:
How do I start a new IPA without installing tunes or sync'ing with a PC? I just got an IPA for free (wouldn't have bought one with all the limitations), and the screen is stuck on asking to install tunes and sync. with my computer. I do NOT want to install any tunes or crap on my computer. How do I bypass this ? Also, I don't need any updates at this point. I just want to use it right away like I didn't have another computer around.
Answer: you're out of luck. my brother-in-law works at Apple, and even at Apple they don't allow staff to talk about bugs, issues and customer complaints about the IPA. I've seen people on line taking it to the apple store to activate it. anyway, you might want to read reviews about it, and decide if it makes sense to keep it or return it. my husband got one for me a few months ago, and we returned it (with a restocking fee) because it was more like a toy for kids who never had a real computer. it is more for browsing certain sites, but not you tube or others with Flash unless you accept their "sterilized" apps from their store. I spite of great marketing hype, here are a few things that you should know about the ipad: - you cannot print anything from it. period. not even your e-ticket confirmation. plain dumb ! - no real multitasking, even their "fix" is not a real multitasking, but good enough for the masses - you cannot watch Flash-enabled sites. this includes numerous e-learning sites and most video and games on the Internet. - problematic Wife support. Apple did it again, even with their wireless access point. Don't expect to use that in a hotel with Wife. At least 2/3 don't work with there! - impossible to synchronize to a PC that does not have an Intel chip. good luck on that one, since you MUST at least synchronize it once, as you just noticed ! ;-) and now the obvious that you might have overlooked: - no camera, - no SUB ports, - no easy way to organize a file system and transfer/copy, - no easy way to print your files, no interaction with office productivity software (Office), - on-screen keyboard is not practical, if you need to type a bit, use a REAL laptop - screen resolution is 4:3 so you see movies with huge black bars, - there is no DIM out so you can't connect it to your new LCD, - no SD or other card readers for your photos, - screen is glossy so you can't read on it outdoors, - ridiculously low storage space (even net books have over GB now) - very fragile and slippery in your hands (one drop could kill the screen) - much pricier than alternative tablets like Arc hos with way more features and openness - you cannot change the browser for a better one. remember Apple is a closed system - expensive data plans if you use 3G - no support for email attachments. feels like back in the 1990's. - to watch movies from your PC, you have to download a video converter, or buy them from iTunes - Air Video (which enables you to watch videos you have loaded into iTunes) only works with a few routers, and notably not with any AT&T Routers at all - no tethering to anything - no common laptop/netboook features: security software, voice recorder, or calculator - extraordinarily fragile device, do not drop it on your carpet, it WILL break. - heavier than you think. You won't be able to hold it in your hand for long. - cannot rest flat on a table or your lap, you will block the Wife antenna behind the Apple logo and weaken your Wife signal. And finally, to do anything you need on the IPA, you still need to connect it regularly to a PC or a Mac. You have to connect in order to sync up your latest pod casts and media files. You need to sync to get OS updates. You need to sync in order to get your latest business documents on the IPA. Now you can make your own informed decision about keeping that IPA or not... Good luck!
What To Pack On A 2 Week Trip To Visit Relative?From Packing & Preparation Forum:
what to pack on a 2 week trip to visit relative? I've got a lot of the main things, but I just wanna be sure I'm not forgetting anything! any tips are welcome as well. thanks.
Answer: Media Cellphone and charger (compare prices) Digital camera (compare prices), batteries, memory cards, manual iPod (compare prices) /MP3 player and headphones, batteries, mini-speakers Camera case Foreign-language dictionary or phrase book Journal/notebook and pen Maps and directions Mini-DVD player or DVD-capable laptop and DVDs Reading material Travel guide(s) Underwater camera Medical Antibiotic cream Anti-diarrheal medication Band-Aids Birth control Bug repellent Cortisone 1% anti-itch cream Extra pair of eyeglasses For cruisers: Sea-sickness bands or pills (compare prices) Lubricant (compare prices) Pain reliever Prescription medicines Money & Documents Addresses for sending postcards/e-mail Auto insurance card Business cards Cash Copy of marriage license Copy of medical history, if necessary Copy of vacation packing list Driver's license/international driver's license Emergency numbers and embassy address Frequent flyer/frequent guest cards Paper airline tickets or e-ticket confirmation Passports and visas, if necessary Photo ID Pre-paid phone card Travelers checks and receipt (keep separate) Vaccination certificates, if required Vouchers/coupons/tickets Your itinerary Miscellaneous/Extras Anti-bacterial wipes Bubble bath Binoculars Currency converter Duct tape Keys Krazy Glue Lint roller Luggage locks approved by TSAR (compare prices) Massage oil Plastic Zip-Loc bags Playing cards Q-Tips Sports gear (tennis racquet's, golf clubs, swim goggles) Sunscreen/SPF Sunglasses Travel alarm clock Travel candles Umbrella Zip ties (vendor's site) Bathing suit Bras Panties and/or thongs Lingerie Costume jewelry -- earrings, necklace, bracelets Fake diamond engagement ring (leave the real one in a safety-deposit box till you return) Dress Heels Pareo/sarong/big scarf Robe Sandals Shorts/Capris Skirt Slacks Slip/Bodyslimmer/Spanx (compare prices) Sneakers (vendor's site) or walking shoes Socks Stylish shirt Sweater Straw/wide-brimmed hat Tank/halter/sleeveless tops Workout clothes [Acne control product Baby powder Blow dryer/straightening iron Comb/Brush Cosmetic case/makeup bag Deodorant Depilatory [Eyeliner Eye Shadow Lipsticks Blush Mascara Makeup remover Facial cleanser Moisturizer/SPF Tampons Toothbrush/toothpaste/mouthwash Dental floss Shampoo/conditioner/styling products Scrunchies Tweezers
Can You Give Me A List For The Basic Things To Pack For A Trip?From Packing & Preparation Forum:
Can you give me a list for the basic things to pack for a trip? I am flying to North Dakota and Staying there for two weeks. What are the basic things I need to pack? I am a teenage girl, so that might give your list a different length. Please dint say obscene things like condoms, because I don't need those. Let me rephrase that--- I am 13. So, no, I dint need them. And in north Dakota, its hot in the summer, just like everywhere else.
Answer: Media Cellphone and charger (compare prices) Digital camera (compare prices), batteries, memory cards, manual iPod (compare prices) /MP3 player and headphones, batteries, mini-speakers Camera case Foreign-language dictionary or phrase book Journal/notebook and pen Maps and directions Mini-DVD player or DVD-capable laptop and DVDs Reading material Travel guide(s) Underwater camera (compare prices) Medical Antibiotic cream Anti-diarrheal medication Band-Aids Birth control Bug repellent Cortisone 1% anti-itch cream Extra pair of eyeglasses For cruisers: Sea-sickness bands or pills (compare prices) Lubricant (compare prices) Pain reliever Prescription medicines Money & Documents Addresses for sending postcards/e-mail Auto insurance card Business cards Cash Copy of marriage license Copy of medical history, if necessary Copy of vacation packing list Driver's license/international driver's license Emergency numbers and embassy address Frequent flyer/frequent guest cards Paper airline tickets or e-ticket confirmation Passports and visas, if necessary Photo ID Pre-paid phone card Travelers checks and receipt (keep separate) Vaccination certificates, if required Vouchers/coupons/tickets Your itinerary Miscellaneous/Extras Anti-bacterial wipes Bubble bath Binoculars Currency converter Duct tape Keys Krazy Glue Lint roller Luggage locks approved by TSAR (compare prices) Massage oil Plastic Zip-Loc bags Playing cards Q-Tips Sports gear (tennis racquet's, golf clubs, swim goggles) Sunscreen/SPF Sunglasses Travel alarm clock Travel candles Umbrella Zip ties Bathing suit Bras Panties and/or thongs Lingerie Costume jewelry -- earrings, necklace, bracelets Fake diamond engagement ring (leave the real one in a safety-deposit box till you return) Dress Heels Pareo/sarong/big scarf Robe Sandals Shorts/Capris Skirt Slacks Slip/Bodyslimmer/Spanx (compare prices) Sneakers (vendor's site) or walking shoes Socks Stylish shirt Sweater Straw/wide-brimmed hat Tank/halter/sleeveless tops Workout clothes Sundries [Acne control product[/link] Baby powder Blow dryer/straightening iron Comb/Brush Cosmetic case/makeup bag Deodorant Depilatory [Eyeliner Eye Shadow Lipsticks Blush Mascara Makeup remover Facial cleanser Moisturizer/SPF Tampons Toothbrush/toothpaste/mouthwash Dental floss Shampoo/conditioner/styling products Scrunchies Tweezers
Do We Get Our Luggage At The Airport Where Immigration Is Done Even If We Have Connecting Flight?From Air Travel Forum:
Do we get our luggage at the airport where immigration is done even if we have connecting flight? Here is my flight details-- Mumbai-Atlanta-Raleigh... Immigration takes place at Atlanta...Do I have to collect my luggage at Atlanta airport and go back to check in counter for my next flight which is after 2 hours?
Answer: Hi! The above two answers are absolutely correct. I however feel the need to emphasize on a couple of things: If all your flights are booked on ONE ticket. Which means you have just one e-ticket confirmation number for all the flights, then when you check in at BOMB, your luggage will be tagged all the way to Raleigh. However, even though it will be tagged, you will have to collect your bags at the port of entry into the United States. In this case it will be ALT. So after passing immigration, collect your bags from the belt. Pass customs. Then go find the Delta airline transfer desk. (At this point remember, if you have just one ticket, you would probably have your boarding passes for the next flight which means you DO NOT need to check-in.) So if the line is long, don't waste your time standing to check in. They might just tell you drop your bag off and go. This is very common. After which your luggage will meet you directly at Raleigh. Now. In case you have two tickets. Which means one is the Delta ticket that terminates at ALT, and then you have a completely different ticket for you Raleigh flight (which is with a new e-ticket reservation code) then, you will have to collect your bags at ALT, pass customs and check in at the airline's counter. This means you will get a boarding pass and that is when they will check your bags through to Raleigh. If you have any questions, let me know. Hope this helps.
Is A Flight Itinerary OK For Spanish Visa?From Embassies & Consulates Forum:
Is a flight itinerary OK for Spanish visa? We want to apply for Spanish visa. In the requirements list it says "Flights, train or ferry tickets. (Issued ONLY by the carrier company. Please note that we DO NOT accept documents issued by Travel Agencies)". Is a flight itinerary OK? Because some airlines only send an itinerary email. Thanks in advance.
Answer: Sounds like they want to see the E-Ticket confirmation it looks like an old statement, from before e-tickets where travel agents just showed a 'booking' i.e. it is not even paid for. They are looking for commitment that you will really go to Spain, not get a visa from Spain (because it might be easier) and the change your destination, so Hotel bookings and other evidence of a committed trip and the Health/travel insurance also. http://es.vfsglobal.co.uk/ - Spanish Visas vfsglobal (the outsource agents for spain) should be arranging the visa their email query service is very good/ comes back inside 24 hrs usually. in a quick read of that website, I did not see VF asking for original 'copies', but clearly they are useful. (NB often documents are not always returned - so check).
Does My Home Address Need To Be The Same As My Plane Ticket?From Air Travel Forum:
Does my home address need to be the same as my plane ticket? I'm going on my first plane ride ever, I was just wondering when I show them my license, if my home address on it would have to match my ticket? Or does it not matter? New to this, dint know how to respond.. but I dint know if it would be on the ticket. I've never been on a plane Lil nor have I got my tickets yet
Answer: Your address will be on your e-ticket confirmation, but not on an airline paper ticket which are rarely used anymore. The answer to your question though is no, the only thing most airlines are concerned with is that the name on your valid government issued photo id is the same as on the e-ticket or paper ticket.
Does Portland International Airport Make You Go Through Scanner Or The Normal Metal Detector?From Portland Forum:
Does Portland international airport make you go through scanner or the normal metal detector? Do they automatically make you go through the bawdy scanner if they have one... Or is it just the normal metal detector and pat down if needed?????
Answer: Yes, you will be asked to go through scanner. If you are checking bags at the ticker counter, you will be directed through the checked bag screening process by Transportation Security Administration and airline staff. Be prepared to answer questions about your baggage. Anyone aged 18 and older will need government issued photo ID like a driver's license or passport, along with a ticket, e-ticket receipt or printed e-ticket confirmation. Make sure to get a boarding pass before proceeding to the security checkpoint. You can find more info about checkpoint at this page: http://www.portofportland.com/Travel_Home.aspx Are you flying in Portland International Airport or flying out of the airport? Anyway, whether flying in or flying out of, you may need to learn more about the airport. I found this page that offers more info about the airport. Hope it helpful to you. http://www.portland-hotels-oregon.com/hotels-travel/portland-international-airport.html
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