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If I Bought My Ticket On line Do I Need To Actually Bring A Ticket Into The Airlines?From Air Travel Forum:
if I bought my ticket on line do I need to actually bring a ticket into the airlines? My girlfriends dad actually bought the ticket. He sent me the itinerary and on that it has my E-ticket number. Is that all I need or should there be a ticket? I leave later today. I guess the ticket isn't sending and they live very far away. Should I just bring the airline the itinerary then?
Answer: I always buy my tickets on line. they should send a e-ticket and itinerary. just bring that to the airport when you check-in and they will give you your boarding pass which you take to get on the plane
How Can I Check In My Luggage In Airport?From Packing & Preparation Forum:
How can I check in my luggage in airport? I dint have e ticket,but only the e ticket number.Is it possible?
Answer: The e-ticket IS the ticket. If you have a confirmation number, sometimes called a NPR or a record number, that's all you need. I have gone to the airport, gotten up to a ticket agent of the airline I am flying on and just given them my name. They look up the reservation, ask for some photo ID, then I can check any baggage that I want to, and they print the boarding passes that I need. As long as you have the confirmation that you have a reservation, then you can check luggage with a ticket agent at the airport.
Can Someone Please Explain To Me How An E-Ticket Works?From Air Travel Forum:
Can someone please explain to me how an e-ticket works? On my printed itinerary it does not have the e-ticket number but a ticket number. Is that the same as the e-ticket number? Any advice would be great!
Answer: I think it is. I can go onto the airline's website and when it says e-ticket # I look for the # that is beside my name, usually starts with an 0127 (most times I think)..you can view your reservation on their site with that number.
Can I Check In In Airport Using Only My Passport?From Packing & Preparation Forum:
Can I check in in airport using only my passport? I dint have the e ticket just the e ticket number.What should I do?
Answer: The e ticket is in the computer system. It's a good idea to take a printout or have the number with you, but not absolutely necessary. I can't remember the last time when it was actually useful to have the printout other than to help me remember the specific flights I was taking. I always just give the desk agent my passport and frequent fl yer card (the card isn't mandatory).
How Do I Receive An Airline Ticket If Someone Else Bought It?From Air Travel Forum:
How do I receive an airline ticket if someone else bought it? I will be flying to Dallas/Fort Worth from LAX in a little under 3 weeks but still have no idea how to get my ticket since a family friend purchased it for me. all I have is a booking number, confirmation number, and an e-ticket number (all of which my friend just text ed to me so its not in a document or anything). I'm really nervous something will go wrong as I will be flying alone and am under 18. What do I need to do??
Answer: that's all you need...just check in on airline's website & print out your boarding pass. Have your friend email you the confirmation #, or write it down so you don't lose it... If you're flying Virgin America, hope they have their computer problems sorted out by then!
Is Booking Number The Same As Confirmation Number?From Air Travel Forum:
Is booking number the same as confirmation number? I booked my flight ticket through cheapo air.com which only gave me a booking number. When I try to do my flight check-in through continental airlines, I don't see an option for booking number, but there's one for confirmation number and e-ticket number. Is the confirmation number the same as booking number?
Answer: The confirmation number should be 5-7 alphanumeric characters I'm guessing that the booking number is the number cheapo air provides for its own records There shouldn't be a problem using the booking number to contact cheapo air for your confirmation number
Can I Ask About The E Ticket That I Bought In Yahoo Travel?From Other - Destinations Forum:
Can I ask about the e ticket that I bought in Yahoo travel? I bought the airline ticket a few weeks ago , until now I did not receive my e-ticket number , even they already charged to my credit card that I received the statement today?
Answer: When are you leaving? Normally, they send it 1 week before, but if you worried, send another mail.
Can I Print My Boarding Pass At The Airport?From Air Travel Forum:
Can I print my boarding pass at the airport? READ*** OK so I'm going overseas tomorrow and I wondering if the airports have like automatic machines where you give them your e-ticket number and it prints you boarding pass. If not when I reach the security check point, don't they rip one part of the pass and give u one part? so they can't do that if I have it on printing paper. BTW, I prefer a colored and nice boarding pass Lil. so yea?? BTW I have luggage to check in as well...
Answer: Yes, you can have your boarding pass printed at the airport (either at a self-service kiosk or by a gate agent, depending upon the airline). Note, though, that some airlines charge a fee for this, so if it's possible for you to print your boarding pass in advance and you're flying an airline that charges this fee, you're better off printing it yourself. Also, note that some airlines do not allow on line check-in for international flights, especially when the destination requires you to have additional documentation, such as a visa. Since you don't mention where you're flying or what airline you're flying with, no one here can tell you whether that will be an issue or not. In that instance, though, you will have no choice but to have your boarding passes printed when you get to the airport and check your bags. The security agents typically only inspect and mark your boarding pass -- they do not keep any portion of it. (If your boarding pass is going to be ripped or torn for any reason, it will be by the gate agent -- and yes, if they're required to keep part of your boarding pass for their records, they will rip a copy that you've printed yourself.)
2 Different E-Ticket Numbers For My Flights?From Air Travel Forum:
2 different e-ticket numbers for my flights? Okay, I have one e-ticket number for my flight from A to B, and another e-ticket number for the flight from point B to C. Do I need to re-check in after my A to B flight with the new ticket number? the flight flight is from my town to phoenix, AZ with a connection in Pittsburgh...it is a code share flight operated by US airways, but the final leg of the flight is on a United plane...the tickets were originally purchased together, but then one flight got canceled and had to be rescheduled (originally had flight from Pittsburgh to Atlanta, then Atlanta to phoenix on Outran..the Pittsburgh to Atlanta flight got canceled so now I am rescheduled for a non-stop flight from Pittsburgh to phoenix on the code share flight I was mentioning before.) If it sounds nuts, that is because it is... I've tried calling everyone I could involved in this flight (travel agent, airlines..) and they are NOT courteous...everyone keeps jerking me around or they dint speak English...i am ready to cancel the entire trip
Answer: Seems that whoever issued your ticket for you found that it was cheaper to issue your return trip as two one way trips. You only need to check in when you fly on the day of travel, not before.
Booked A Ticket But Didn'T Get An E-Ticket Number?From Air Travel Forum:
Booked a ticket but didn't get an E-Ticket number? Hey. I've booked a ticket through Travesty and haven't received an e-ticket number. I paid for the ticket and it's in "My Trips" list. I bought many plane tickets in my life and always received an e-ticket right away, does anyone familiar with those problem?
Answer: If you have your NPR reference number, call airline and they will give you E-Ticket Number! you can also check your flight info at WNW.checkmytrip.com...have a safe trip
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