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?