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|Flying For The First Time, Please Help by daprojectbaby: 4:05pm On Dec 27, 2019|
Good day guys
I will be travelling to Ivory Coast by ending of the month. I just booked my air ticket with wakanow.. booking was confirmed and e-ticket sent to my e-mail, what is the next step to take? how do i know the seat number? Please i need assistance coz its my first time travelling...
Thanks Bless you
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by Saintsquare(m): 4:08pm On Dec 27, 2019|
daprojectbaby:Print out the ticket and take it along with you, approach the counter of your flight to get your boarding pass , make sure you make it to the airport at least 2hrs before your flight departure.
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by dawnomike(m): 4:09pm On Dec 27, 2019|
Saintsquare:It is as simple as that...Wishing you a safe and memorable trip ahead
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by NewBea: 7:15pm On Dec 27, 2019|
daprojectbaby:You can go to the Airline's official site and manage your booking there. Seats etc.
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by meobizy(f): 7:40pm On Dec 27, 2019|
Do not fear to always ask questions. Everybody you come across in the airport was once a JJC like you. I wish you a safe journey in advance.
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by Olugbenga1234: 11:15am On Dec 28, 2019|
Saintsquare:do what he or she has said.
Some airlines allow online-check in. But I advise you check in in the airport. Safe journey
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by daprojectbaby: 4:21pm On Dec 28, 2019|
Thank you very much
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|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by daprojectbaby: 4:24pm On Dec 28, 2019|
I tried to check-in online from the airline's website
ERROR: No Passengers Found
No booking has been retrieved. Please check your identification details.
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by Halifaxguy: 8:58pm On Dec 28, 2019|
The error is encountered because the airline has not open the online checking for you flight. Normally, online checking is open 24 hours to your flight departure.
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|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by Stewart883(m): 6:47am On Dec 29, 2019|
Oga OP, just do what the guy earlier advised. Print your online ticket go to the airport and get your boarding pass and board your flight.
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by biosystech: 1:47pm On Dec 29, 2019|
Haha! Aaa!! Memories.
Hello there, there's nothing to be scared of. Just print out your ticket and when you get to the airport, while checking-in, you'll be given a boarding pass that contains your airline model number, time for departure and seat number. Now, the seat is assigned a number and an alphabet, depending on the arrangement. For a four-row seat arrangement, you either have the window or aisle seat. A and D are assigned the window and B and C, the aisle. If a six-row seat arrangement, A and F, window, C and D, aisle and B and E sandwiched between other seats; if 12-row ie 4 by 4 by 4, A and L, window, D, E, H, I are aisle seats. So, if you are say, 19A, it means your seat number is on row 19, column A (window). Alternatively, you can ask the air hostess to show you.
Do not have any liquid on-board with you (body spray, perfumes, body lotions etc.) because it may be seized while onboard, instead you check them in. This prolly defers with airlines but I recall my body lotion (Jergens) seized at Kigali Airport, enroute Kenya because I had it with me in my bag but my body spray and perfume weren't seized because they were checked-in into the 'boot' of the airplane.
Once you have had your boarding pass, don't bother with the immigration officers at the airport asking for money even if they try to delay you. They'll only ask you some questions and add a seal to your passport when you are leaving for the departure lounge.
Oh, if you can, get to the Airport at least two hours before departure. Not because it is your first time and you are so excited, but for the fact that you cannot predict traffic build up.
If you are carrying foodstuff, there's a place where you'll be given a quarantined report of the foodstuff you're carrying to be presented at arrival. I paid N2000 then for the report after the immigration officers checked the bag. You can also use nylon to wrap your bag (N1000/bag) if you wish.
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|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by daprojectbaby: 5:49pm On Jan 01, 2020|
Thanks for your help guys im live in Abidjan
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by WhyNa: 3:22am On Jan 02, 2020|
Congrats. Please share your experiences too
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by daprojectbaby: 6:39pm On Jan 02, 2020|
Im loving it here, very friendly people always ready to help you, good food too, 24/7 light clean water goo roads..
the only thing expensive here is the rent
and you need to learn french o
luckily for me the hotel i stayed i met a nice guy ivorian working there.. he helped me get a nice place
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by WhyNa: 9:06am On Jan 03, 2020|
Cool. What was your boarding and flying experience as a first timer like?
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by Niiade(m): 5:34pm On Jan 12, 2020|
please did you need a visa to visit Abidjan, thanks
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by Rupect: 9:53pm On Jan 12, 2020|
That's great experience for you.
|Re: Flying For The First Time, Please Help by daprojectbaby: 4:33pm On Jan 13, 2020|
Niiade:No... it's visa free
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