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Oliver Scrapple Since: 20.6.02 Since last post: 428 days Last activity: 422 days # 1 Posted on 27.5.13 0828.11 | Instant Rating: 4.85 In order to save a few bucks (five hundred bucks rather) on our Christmas vacation airfare, we have decided to fly from here to Buffalo, NY and drive into Ontario. We are able to get a ride with our family to the Toronto area, which is awesome. Thing is, will that work? Do I need proof that I'm staying in the USA if I'm flying in? Or is it okay to fly in just to recross the border at some other point? Help? ...on a roll! Promote this thread!
KJames199 Scrapple Moderator Since: 10.12.01 From: #yqr Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 3 hours # 2 Posted on 27.5.13 0917.15 | Instant Rating: 8.52 Make sure you have up-to-date passports with you and you won't have a problem. People do cross-border trips like that for cheaper flights all the time.
cfgb Bierwurst Since: 2.1.02 From: Ottawa, Ontario Since last post: 21 days Last activity: 10 hours # 3 Posted on 27.5.13 1610.22 | Instant Rating: 6.96 Shouldn't be an issue at all. Just be honest with what you're doing and you won't have a problem. The Shooting Star Press blog
Oliver Scrapple Since: 20.6.02 Since last post: 428 days Last activity: 422 days # 4 Posted on 1.6.13 0125.04 | Instant Rating: 4.86
Sorry to keep this thread from dying, but I wanted to mention that I appreciate the advice: I decided to take it and we booked round trip fare from here in Alberta to Buffalo. I only hope that United Airlines is a good company to fly with. ...on a roll!
Also be sure that you have a good *tight* seal when the door is closed. Even a little outside air seepage can wreak havoc.
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