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Making Sense of Airport Arrival Signs
When the plane lands, it will taxi to its gate. The attendant will let you leave. Take the disembarkation, or arrival card, and customs declaration forms you filled in. You will need them to enter the country. You can get these on the plane.
Follow the signs that say “Arrivals.” You will go to the baggage claim area if your travel is complete. You will go to the domestic or international transfer areas to make a connection.
If your trip is complete, find the correct baggage carousel. Wait for your suitcase there. If your baggage is lost, make a claim at the baggage claim desk. The airline will have it delivered when it is found.
If your trip is not complete, you may connect to another flight on the same airline. You will need the boarding pass for this leg. You won’t need to check in again. Simply look on the boarding pass for your new flight number. Your luggage will be moved to your new plane.
Arriving on an international flight has extra steps. You first have to clear immigration and customs as you did before departure. The officials will scan and stamp your passport and ask you the purpose of your visit. It is seriously. Then, get your suitcase, give your customs declaration form to the customs official, and proceed to the exit or transfers area.
After finishing, you won’t have to check in gain if you are connecting to another flight on the same airline. You have to take your luggage to the transfers area. Then, go through the security checkpoint, and find your new gate.
- MystiqueLv 410 年前最佳解答