|Quoting B747forever (Reply 2):|
Oh, you mean the return part, URE-TLL-ARN? But if I book it as two separate flights will OV rebook me in case of delays/cancellations?
What I meant is that you book one ticket, outbound flight BMA
-URE, and inbound URE-TLL
. If the return fare has no minimum stay you will have all on one ticket, which should probably protect you in case of misconnections. Not sure if they reprotect you if you have 2 tickets, but I would say since it's the same airline... One ticket is safer in any case.
But I think this is a non-problem, since you will be flying back on the same aircraft anyway. I would try to send them an email. I guess they will understand. They're fit, speak great english. When I booked my paper ticket with Avies they even sent me an invoice to Germany and I was able to make an european money transfer to pay for it! I made something similar with airberlin when I flew STR
with a 30 minutes layover on the same aircraft. Sent an email to the handling agent and she had my boarding pass in hand when I came down the gangway. If it even works in Italy why shouldn't it work in URE?
Give it a try.
On a side note, if you are travelling in the summer, you should really spent some time there. Estonia is a wonderful country and the Islands especially. If it fits your schedule you could even take a flight to Ruhnu, a small island with a grass strip with Luftverkehr Harle. See the airport website for schedules.
I don't think that there is a gate area in URE. Actually if it's simlar to Kärdla, there is a counter which does ticketing and check in at once, then there is a security control. and maybe a few benches to wait. Then you just walk on the tarmac... There is no "transit" area as in big airports, no real bagage reclaim etc...
[Edited 2012-01-22 12:56:23]