Return Ticket 1 year away

rogerjac

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It does not need to be a return ticket. It must be a ticket leaving the DR to any other country, not nesisarilly the country that you are boarding from.
 

SKY

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Just use this. Works like a charm............

 
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Conchman

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It does not need to be a return ticket ! One way leaving the DR is good enough and there are plenty of options for a ticket that can be canceled without any fee. Usually they are more expensive but who cares if you cancel anyway.
I meant a one way ticket from DR to Miami.

The reason I want a ticket valid for a year is so that I don't have to keep changing it. I don't like cancelling and changing tickets because its pain in the ass, it takes forever to get your money back, or they apply it as a credit to your AA account.

I just need to know if the ticket counter in Miami would accept a one way ticket (DR to MIA) that is reserved 330 days in the future. As technically you should only enter for 30 days, I am trying to figure out if they will accept this. I'm pretty sure they have accepted tickets reserved 3 months down the road.
 

keepcoming

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You could call AA and ask them, but I know from personal experience that what your told over the phone may not be what your told at the ticket counter. I realize it is a pain to change tickets, etc...but it may be the best way to be sure it won't an issue.
 
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Manuel01

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Just use this. Works like a charm............

And i thought that i'm the smart one. THANKS !!!!!!!! This is amazing
 

Cdn_Gringo

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If you frequently stay longer than 30 days and find the return ticket dance to be onerous, get residency and the issue is resolved plus other benefits...
 

malko

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Do the airlines accept a return ticket that's 1 year ahead, when checking in for a one way flight to the DR?

I travelled to the DR, last October with a flexible return ticket that was 6 months down the road.
Nobody asked me for anything at check-in----- which was just as well, as I had no residency ( long story, I was forced to let it expiry ).
 

Riva_31

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Just today the Dominican niece of a close friend traveling with her daughter minor has been denied to check in at JFK because for her daughter she didn't has return ticket, her daughter is not Dominican.
 

SKY

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Just today the Dominican niece of a close friend traveling with her daughter minor has been denied to check in at JFK because for her daughter she didn't has return ticket, her daughter is not Dominican.
Read post 12. She could have done this.

Get a verified flight reservation within 60 seconds​

 

Riva_31

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Read post 12. She could have done this.

Get a verified flight reservation within 60 seconds​

Thanks, I was going to suggest my friend to tell her to buy one ticket with fully refund, but they booked a flight and not sure what option they picked up, I didnt see on time when my friend texted me to ask me for help. Wi will send the post anyway for next time.