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Name, passport and ticket

3/28/2011

A problem that has occurred for travellers, especially in recent years, is the name on the ticket and in their passport matching exactly when checking in. There aren’t really any uniform rules for this with the air companies and their co-operators, the people that handle check-ins.

With some companies it’s not enough to have booked a ticket in one name if another is used in a passport. In some instances people have been denied embarkation or have been forced to change the name on their ticket for a hefty fee or even buy a new ticket.

For safety’s sake, book your ticket under the same first name as in your passport. Those wanting to cover their backs completely should book using all the names they use in their passport.


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