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20 hours ago, Benthayer Gonbak said:

Even domestically you need at least 2 hours before your flight.  Most airports are short handed so lines are longer too.  That means you need to be there no later than 9:50.  Plus a 2.5 hour drive?  What time do you expect the port authorities start working so embarkation can start? 

Some airports in Europe won’t now admit you to the check in area until 2 hours before. Inter Europe isn’t counted as international in most places so check in doesn’t open for the flight until then. 

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10 hours ago, uktog said:

Some airports in Europe won’t now admit you to the check in area until 2 hours before. Inter Europe isn’t counted as international in most places so check in doesn’t open for the flight until then. 


At one time Venice wouldn’t check you in before two hours, internationally or not.  And yes Southwest in the US used to not check you in before a certain time either. 
 

But, I’m not sure how this changes my point since 9:50 is just 2 hours before. 
 

in Rome with a 3 hour international lead we really didn’t have time to drop by the lounge even with a wheelchair escort through security and a pretty quick clearance that is no opening bags to explain batteries etc. 

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On 6/23/2022 at 8:38 PM, laurieb said:

That was Rome.  Large very busy airport.  This is Genoa. Nothing like Rome in terms of the volume of travelers.  Or size.  Huge difference…

Okay, but I didn’t find Rome all that large!   But yes, volume could matter unless they are proportionally still short workers. 

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We originally had our flight booked to Genoa and were resigned to having to transfer by bus to Nice, an added trip of approx 2 1/2 hours.  I contacted our TA last week about a possible change of flight to Nice and he advised that it would cost an extra €503.  I learned this morning that Azamara are not now charging us for the flight change. 👍😎

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On 6/5/2022 at 8:59 AM, ddpe said:

We are on the cruise that was to end in Genoa, but we were flying out of Milan.  So, I guess we will have to endure change fees with Delta.  Is the ship offering Covid tests to fly home?  I am willing to pay, but their wifi is useless for a proctored test.

 

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Will you be on the Journey? Starting in Barcelona?  Are you doing the post enrichment journey, the one week land portion ending 4 nights in Milan?
 

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