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i will be flying soon,i just want to know if there will be a problem if my registered name on my plane itinerary doesnt include my middle name.

and it was my fiance who bought the ticket using his card,will they still ask me about the card or look for the card?

thank you people :D


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i will be flying soon,i just want to know if there will be a problem if my registered name on my plane itinerary doesnt include my middle name.

and it was my fiance who bought the ticket using his card,will they still ask me about the card or look for the card?

thank you people :D

I recommend calling the airline and checking with them to be sure and avoid any problems. I know when I fly domestically in the US, I can't use my license because it only lists my first name as "S" (New York State is weird sometimes) and they always require me to use my passport.


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It's been asked time and time again.

Just bring a photocopy of your fiancee's credit card and valid ID in case the airline people ask for it.

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Can your fiance call the airline and have them change the name on the ticket? I think my plane tickets always say "K" for my middle name when on my passport it lists it as the full name...


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i will be flying soon,i just want to know if there will be a problem if my registered name on my plane itinerary doesnt include my middle name.

and it was my fiance who bought the ticket using his card,will they still ask me about the card or look for the card?

thank you people :D

No. You won't have a problem. Just as long as your first and last name are spelt just as they are in your passport. I work for an airline, and we have never denied boarding to anyone because their middle name isn't on their ticket.

You can call the airline and ask them to add your middle name, and if they are allowed to do it then it will most likely cost you a reissue fee.

As for your fiancee's credit card. If when he purchased the ticket he stated that it was a 3rd party purchase (basically means he purchased for someone else) then you wont be asked for anything. If he didn't then they will proceed to ask you questions about the person that purchased it. Its safe to assume that you know your fiancee, and his details so you wont have a problem.


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