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Remember you need an onward ticket to enter the Philippines. They will notallow to to board with only a one way to Boracay or Cebu.
I always make a fake ticket or have a travel agent send one.
I told the guy at check in.
I go to Dubai on August 2nd with Emerates. He wanted to see the ticketa, I said it was in my computer.
It was there.
A friend sent me an Emerates eticket and I changed it I MS Frontpage or my email client. I save all e tickets for future fake use.
The airlines cares. Immigration did not. Cebu Air or Philippines air wants to sell the ticket.
I was going to print the e ticket.
I did not, I wrote the code on piece of paper. He asked me for my ticket.
All that should be needed is passort and maybe the stupid code.
I was training the check on guy. Thos passenger does not use a printer.
I make many fake tickets. I learned in Carribean where tourism sucks.
Andy in Manila
Hello Tom the Okie,
I am in moral dilemma with this issue, I do not like to encourage readers to break the law or rules of a country. I on the other hand know that rules like this one are often set up for corrupt reasons.
I want a person from India who flies into the USA to have a real return ticket, although I truly do not care of a Brit has one.
Too many people break rules or laws instead of doing the work, I am not breaking this law to avoid work. I am breaking it for the same reason you are, I want to leave when I leave, not when my ticket says I must leave.