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tickledtrout | 17:43 Sat 17th May 2008 | Travel
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I am flying to Melbourne, but change aircraft in Dubai. Do I have to check in again or are a seat allocations for both aircraft done at Manchester?
Never done anything like this before so I have no idea what happens

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Usually you must go to a check-in point to verify onward flight plans and get boarding card or equivalent. Have twice not had to do this, but it is rare on long-hauls.
Suggest you ask the aircrew once aboard the first
plane. Have a great time, and give my love to
Melbourne - super city.
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Thankyou
When I flew Emirates to Perth I had to change planes in Dubai - I was checked in for both legs in London, had both boarding cards and just had to amuse myself in the Dubai duty free between flights (this is not all it is cracked up to be) or in the Emirates lounge
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Thanks, I would prefer that I think, we only have about 2 and a half hours at Dubai and would rather have a walk about than stood in a queue

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