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Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

And you thought that would lead to a happy and lasting relationship. 

Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Would it not be the return tix if her story is true?

Baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Bai Base, I had relatives (American Citizens) who visited Guyana recently and booked one way ticked and went to Guyana, no problems. They bought return tickets in Guyana. Google lil flakey on dis one.

skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Would it not be the return tix if her story is true?

I understand, but she said she immediately canceled upon boarding.

Furthermore, when you check in, your ticket, passport, boarding pass and luggage claim are all linked. Now you insert a new online ticket which is not linked to anything in the system.

It don’t add up.

Sean posted:
Baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Bai Base, I had relatives (American Citizens) who visited Guyana recently and booked one way ticked and went to Guyana, no problems. They bought return tickets in Guyana. Google lil flakey on dis one.

It depends which passport are you using to go, Guyana or USA.

Baseman posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Would it not be the return tix if her story is true?

I understand, but she said she immediately canceled upon boarding.

Furthermore, when you check in, your ticket, passport, boarding pass and luggage claim are all linked. Now you insert a new online ticket which is not linked to anything in the system.

It don’t add up.

Stupid man.  I bought a one way return ticket so they can allow me on to the flight. I don’t need that ticket so I canceled it.  You should a never drop out school in third form.  

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Baseman posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Would it not be the return tix if her story is true?

I understand, but she said she immediately canceled upon boarding.

Furthermore, when you check in, your ticket, passport, boarding pass and luggage claim are all linked. Now you insert a new online ticket which is not linked to anything in the system.

It don’t add up.

Stupid man.  I bought a one way return ticket so they can allow me on to the flight. I don’t need that ticket so I canceled it.  You should a never drop out school in third form.  

That's fraud.

kp posted:
Sean posted:
Baseman posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Baseman posted:

Nuff drama for one ANUG vote.  Don’t blame AA, that’s IATA rules in agreement with world governments. You are not allowed to board with a one-way ticket unless you are a passport holder of that country.

Base, I booked a one-way ticket in 2018 and flew on Suriname Airways to Guyana. I did not know how long it would have taken me to complete my business. When I was finished with my business, I booked the return ticket. I am not sure your statement is correct.

Don’t bother with him.  He is a stupid man.  

So Google stupid?

So are you saying AA checked you in with a US passport and one way ticket and issued a Boarding Pass.  

Then at the gate the same people rejected your documents and refuse you boarding.

Then you went online and got a new return ticket and presented and they allowed you to board.  

Then you boarded and cancelled the ticket.

So which ticket did you use to travel to Guyana?

Bai Base, I had relatives (American Citizens) who visited Guyana recently and booked one way ticked and went to Guyana, no problems. They bought return tickets in Guyana. Google lil flakey on dis one.

It depends which passport are you using to go, Guyana or USA.

It was USA passport in these instances. 

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