Flying On Airline Ticket In Someone Else’s Name?

Over the weekend I attended Frequent Traveler University, and along with Gary hosted two “Advanced Q&A” sessions. We took questions both “live” and from a list of questions people had submitted beforehand. We didn’t get through all of them, so I figured I’d answer a few of the ones submitted beforehand here. Here’s one of…

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I Need To Get NEXUS For Canadian Immigration

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Global Entry is one of the greatest things to happen to international travel in the past few years. Previously coming off longhaul flights I would always dread not only being asked over-the-top questions by immigration, but also often queuing for well over an hour. Global Entry is a dream come true as far as that…

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TSA Relaxes Duty Free Liquids Restrictions

Via the TSA website: Beginning January 31, 2014, passengers traveling internationally into the United States with a connecting flight will be permitted to carry liquids in excess of 100 mL in their carry-on baggage, provided they were purchased in duty-free shops and placed in secure, tamper-evident bags (STEBs). Technological advances may allow passengers to keep…

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TSA Pre-Check Enrollment Now Open

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Back in July I wrote about the TSA’s plans to open up registration directly in the Pre-Check program. For those of you not familiar with Pre-Check, it’s an expedited airport security screening process available at select airports in the US, where you don’t have to take off your shoes, take your laptop out of your…

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