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Wilba - Answered a Question by Frampton (28 Nov 08 15:19)

No you go to the Airline Check-in desk that your flying with. The runway at Gatwick is a bit too short for O.V..........only my little joke......Wilba.

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macro - replied to Wilba (29 Nov 08 01:03)

Not quite right there Wilba !

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macro - Answered a Question by Frampton (29 Nov 08 01:09)

Wilba is not quite right. There are Ocean Village staff waiting to help you. As OV charter their flights all the check in desks for the 2 or 3 flights are together and the OV staff show you to the one queue and then show you to a check in desk for your flight when you get to the head of that queue. A very efficient, speedy and fair system.

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Sinclair - Answered a Question by Frampton (01 Dec 08 20:26)

No but whichever airline you are flying with the are representatives from OV to greet you and you have to sign a form to say that you are fit and well. The luggage is then taken to the aircraft and the next time you see it is outside your cabin door. Coming home you put your luggage out the night before you leave and next time you see it is on the carosol at Gatwick.

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