June 29th, 2010, 11:34 AM
Last year at CSA we printed our USAirways "boarding pass," although it really isn't one, at the CSA computer center. Because it's an international flight (meaning the airlines want to make sure you have a passport, etc., so you can get through at the other side), you'll still have to check in at the counter. But having that piece of paper seemed to make it easier for the folks at the counter.
Originally Posted by Karon
July 1st, 2010, 03:35 PM
I think everyone has pretty much covered what you need to know. We just returned from CN on Sunday. I wish we'd known to print boarding passes at the resort...that's a GREAT idea! There were lines at check-in (10:00AM), but for us, getting through security in Montego Bay wasn't a big deal, it was customs and security in Miami that was hellish. Lots of people, long lines, with chaos and confusion. I was so glad to get off the plane in Dallas and be DONE with international travel!
With all that said, I'd do it again in a heartbeat to return to Couples!
July 2nd, 2010, 10:08 AM
Wow. We just got home on Sunday as well. We flew into DFW from MBJ, and immigration and customs there were quick and easy!
Originally Posted by bluemoon0510
July 8th, 2010, 10:46 AM
Thank you for your responses. We will definatley print our boarding passes at the resort before we leave. I've booked 2 trips to CSA next year (the resort credit was just too tempting) and have avoided leaving on a Saturday for both trips. Hopefully it wont be as crazy at the airport next year as it was this past April. We made friends with a couple from Texas who were flying out around the same time we were. The husband got put through an additional security screening process and they almost missed their flight. Airport security seemed to be randomly picking people put of the line for this additional security measure. Pretty scary when one person is singled out for no apparent reason and the others that are travelling with them are forced to leave the area not knowing what's happening or if they will make it in time for their flight.