Talk:Airport check-in

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Checks on reason for travel[edit]

I was wondering whether checks are made inquiring to the reason for travel to other countries. This could reduce prostitution/human trafficking. For example, if a young woman or women, accompanied by a man travels from a developing country to a developed country and if the accompanying man is known to work at a shady dance hall, ... it can be assumed that the reason for travel could be illegal prostitution/human trafficking. Denying travel in these instances would make it economically far less attractive for traffickers (as they'll need to opt for different -more expensive- modes of travel, ie via car, train, ..).

In specific, airports of atleast [cities] should be foreseen with such checking.

Besides this, the checking of visa's and being less easy-going on providing these to "dancers" at dance halls, ... would also be advisable; however this will probably not be possible in certain areas -i.e. in Europe, movement across borders is more or less free/unrestricted allready-.

KVDP (talk) 12:54, 23 December 2013 (UTC)

Copy edit In-town check-in section[edit]

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PaintedCarpet (talk) 15:16, 6 February 2014 (UTC)