Visvakrt
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Domestic leg flight

Mon May 14, 2018 9:59 am

Hi everyone , I have a flight next month on air India AI126 from Delhi to Hyderabad. The flight operates from Ord-del-hyd and the aircraft is stopped in the international side of Delhi T3. The doubt is, how do I skip immigration, is there a process, will they ask me to fill a form or something. And also can I web-checkin and pick a seat on domestic leg flights. Thank you
 
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Re: Domestic leg flight

Mon May 14, 2018 1:30 pm

So you will check in (drop baggage) as per normal at the DEL T3 check in. They will hand you your boarding pass and a deceleration form stating that you are a domestic passenger. The boarding pass will state show that you are a domestic passenger (which is shown by the letter D). Head towards immigration where there are signs stating that if you are a domestic passenger you will have to hop across to a different line. The officials there should be able to guide you. Many people mess up so it is a good thing you asked. They will stamp your boarding pass and then you'll head to security as per usual. I have taken these international connectors in the past, and do check out these videos I hope they help:
AI20 DEL - CCU https://youtu.be/2-cu-RIUosg
AI966 HYD - BOM https://youtu.be/-TQpCqB7ew8
 
Visvakrt
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Re: Domestic leg flight

Tue May 15, 2018 2:50 am

CollegeAviator wrote:
So you will check in (drop baggage) as per normal at the DEL T3 check in. They will hand you your boarding pass and a deceleration form stating that you are a domestic passenger. The boarding pass will state show that you are a domestic passenger (which is shown by the letter D). Head towards immigration where there are signs stating that if you are a domestic passenger you will have to hop across to a different line. The officials there should be able to guide you. Many people mess up so it is a good thing you asked. They will stamp your boarding pass and then you'll head to security as per usual. I have taken these international connectors in the past, and do check out these videos I hope they help:
AI20 DEL - CCU https://youtu.be/2-cu-RIUosg
AI966 HYD - BOM https://youtu.be/-TQpCqB7ew8

I was a subscriber of your channel from the past year or so. Thanks for answering. What about web check in, can I pick my seat
 
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Re: Domestic leg flight

Tue May 15, 2018 4:28 am

Visvakrt wrote:
CollegeAviator wrote:
So you will check in (drop baggage) as per normal at the DEL T3 check in. They will hand you your boarding pass and a deceleration form stating that you are a domestic passenger. The boarding pass will state show that you are a domestic passenger (which is shown by the letter D). Head towards immigration where there are signs stating that if you are a domestic passenger you will have to hop across to a different line. The officials there should be able to guide you. Many people mess up so it is a good thing you asked. They will stamp your boarding pass and then you'll head to security as per usual. I have taken these international connectors in the past, and do check out these videos I hope they help:
AI20 DEL - CCU https://youtu.be/2-cu-RIUosg
AI966 HYD - BOM https://youtu.be/-TQpCqB7ew8

I was a subscriber of your channel from the past year or so. Thanks for answering. What about web check in, can I pick my seat

Honestly can't remember doing web check ins for these flights - maybe reserving your seat in advance is your best bet... Although I see no reason why you shouldn't be able to perform an online check in.

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