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That happened to me once and I had to wait a whole year until I went back to the US. On the way home we had difficulty finding a TSA agent at the Departures level who had a spare set of keys but one made the effort to go down and get a set. He then locked the TSA lock in my Samsonite hard side.
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After all these years, you'd think the airlines could interoperate better in this manner. There are many such examples, but while demand outstrips supply, things won't change much.
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Why could Qantas give me boarding passes for the AA segment from DFW to MIA, but on the homeward leg AA could only do it for the MIA-DFW leg? At least they checked my bag all the way to MEL.
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Get a Twitter account and mention the incident to @VirginAustralia, (although I am surprised that there are no tweets from them since 13 January).
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I bought an AT&T micro SIM from an eBay seller and set up my iPad account from Australia by using my Aussie Amex and the US hotel address as the billing address. Apparently, some Aussie *credit cards* have a stringent address checking process and so they won't work if you supply a US address....
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I often travel to the US with a half-empty hard-sided suitcase where the clothes can end up creased, so I use the clear, zipped pillowcase bags which are just the right size for a week's worth of clothes. The clear bag also allows me to hunt for an item without opening up the zip completely.
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