Talk:Travel warning

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In this regard, I have put into parentheses /()/ the linked terms in this section of a Continental Airlines flight reservation, the ones in brakets /[]/ that I wish to have distinguished between:

"The U.S. government raised the security alert level and implemented extra restrictions to assure the security of air travel. Certain changes in airport procedures and restrictions on items allowed on board aircraft are detailed on the (Travel Alert: [Elevated Security)] page. Any changes to your flight reservations may incur additional charges. Airlines require government issued photo identification upon check-in, such as a driver's license or passport. (Passport, visa and health requirements) may apply for this itinerary. Each passenger must ensure he or she has all required travel documents as stated in [Rule 19 of the (Contract of Carriage)]. Information on this site is provided as a courtesy and should be verified by the passenger before travel. Other resources include the consulate of the destination country and the (U.S. Department of State). Please read important information [governing (airline baggage liability limitations)]. You will be contacted with any changes or additional information such as schedule changes, itinerary changes, etc. Special services are on a request basis and cannot be guaranteed. Special meal requests must be received at least 24 hours before the departure of your flight and cannot be guaranteed.

  • Miles shown are the actual miles flown for this segment. Fare class, Elite Qualification Miles and other promotional bonuses are not included in the total miles shown. The miles accrued on codeshare flights are based on the operating carrier and their equivalent fare class. This could result in differences between the purchased booking class and the booking class flown, which determines the number of base and Elite Qualifying Miles and Elite Qualifying Points earned. OnePass miles are not awarded for travel on airlines that are not OnePass partners. Miles indicated for non-partner flights or flight segments will not be awarded. OnePass miles earned will vary depending on the [(Elite status) of the customer]."

I know a document itself is needed, but it seems a good starting point for the development of this page.

Merge proposal[edit]

The proposal is to merge the two articles Travel warning and Travel advisory. I have no opinion on which name is to be preferred.  --Lambiam 16:27, 7 January 2013 (UTC)

Completed merge to Travel warning, due to the fact that the dictionary definition used that term. --Funandtrvl (talk) 22:24, 11 February 2013 (UTC)