AA not always checks return ticket, but it's easy to purchase a refundable ticket from Santo Domingo to San Juan for about $100 as a return ticket.Conchman said:In my experience, DR Immigration does not look/ask for this when you arrive. However, American Airlines checks this when checking in and I have been forced to buy return ticket several times, before I got my residency. Not sure if other airlines check it.
There is an American Airlines office on the Conde in the Colonial Zone. I believe the intersection is Sanchez. It's in the middle somewhere. It's has always been empty when I have gone there.Scandall said:I was in the US last weekend and on my return trip was asked (in Miami) for my return ticket...that was the first time in two years(I live in SD) and I have gone back and forth 8 times...not many times compared to many on this board but quite a few to have never been asked........
I ended up buying a return ticket (refundable) and need to cancel it prior to the return flight......not a big deal but the two times that i have gone to AA (Churchill) the place has been packed....I took a number Friday....#37...they were currently serving #3....no thanks.........anybody know a better AA office in the city?....phone reps can't do it...you have to go to a ticketing agent in person...The Churchill office is conveniently located close to my work but I could probably grow a beard during the waiting period....thanks
ustelephone said:There is an American Airlines office on the Conde in the Colonial Zone. I believe the intersection is Sanchez. It's in the middle somewhere. It's has always been empty when I have gone there.