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    In reality there is no airport on this earth where you need to arrive 3 hours before the flight.
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    In reality there is no airport on this earth where you need to arrive 3 hours before the flight.
    Go to Asia or Africa, get back to me.
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    (Original post by sw651)
    Go to Asia or Africa, get back to me.
    You don't know what you're talking about.

    It's the end of the road for you .i.
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    In reality there is no airport on this earth where you need to arrive 3 hours before the flight.
    This is from Gatwick airport website.

    Q:**How long before my flight do I need to check in?

    Long-haul: check-in opens four hours before scheduled departures
    European: check-in opens three hours before
    UK and Ireland: check-in opens two hours before

    As a general rule you should check in*a minimum of*one hour prior to scheduled departure time for UK and Ireland flights and two hours before scheduled departure time or international flights but we recommend you check on your travel documents or via these airline contacts.
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    (Original post by sw651)
    Go to Asia or Africa, get back to me.
    I am from Asia and study in the UK. Fair enough, you do need to factor in travel time. 3 hours, 5 hours, camp out at the airport the night before - whatever makes people feel more comfortable.
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    who cares, what you posting this **** for?
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    I am from Asia and study in the UK. Fair enough, you do need to factor in travel time. 3 hours, 5 hours, camp out at the airport the night before - whatever makes people feel more comfortable.
    Stop trying dude; he knows more about Asia than you. Didn't you read, he's very wealthy.
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    AH TSR, the place where instead of actually answering an OP's question, people decide to argue all over their thread instead *thumbs up*

    I am aware of the irony.
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    I get domestic flights all the time, iv got to the airport 20mins before departure and still not had a problem


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    (Original post by Speckle)
    Stop trying dude; he knows more about Asia than you. Didn't you read, he's very wealthy.
    The fact you link wealth and knowledge is worrying
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    I am from Asia and study in the UK. Fair enough, you do need to factor in travel time. 3 hours, 5 hours, camp out at the airport the night before - whatever makes people feel more comfortable.
    Airport efficiency, immigration. There's a whole host of things that can **** up. If you get there too early worst case you gotta wait around, get there too late and you can miss a flight and lose money
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    4 days. Or 5 if you want to be safe.
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    (Original post by sw651)
    The fact you link wealth and knowledge is worrying
    Is there not a positive correlation between knowledge and wage, and also wage and wealth?
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    (Original post by callum_law)
    Is there not a positive correlation between knowledge and wage, and also wage and wealth?
    I wouldn't say that. Any job requires some sort of knowledge. Doesnt make you wealthy. And again not for sure especially if our outgoings are high, a lot of your 'wealth' will soon deplete. Either way this is getting highly off topic
 
 
 
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