kitkat64

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About kitkat64

  • Birthday 11/18/1964

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  • Location Unterschleißheim
  • Nationality American
  • Hometown Vermont!!!!!!
  • Year of birth 1964
  • Interests Any and all sports (not watching, but doing), travel, animals (love my kitten) and now, gardening.
  1. Travel to the US and back.

      Errr, what is the "CDC's COVID form for the US"? Are you talking about the Attestation form that must be completed and shown to the airline before boarding the plane? Or is there something else you need? Makes me wonder what else I missed.
  2. Travel to the US and back.

      Still suspended? Like, just got suspended last week - that is why they cancelled the flight. Apparently, it will only be re-instated for the holiday period around Christmas.    And, unfortunately, every other AA flight going to the US now from Munich goes through London. :-( I guess I will be cancelling the whole thing. I am NOT going through London.
  3. Travel to the US and back.

    F*ck! American Airlines just canceled my flight from MUC to Greenville through Charlotte (CLT). I guess they canceled the MUC-CLT direct flight indefinitely. So, now they want to change us to a 2 stop through London. Arggghhhh. I'm really (always) trying to avoid London and now avoid anything that doesn't connect in Germany or the US and AA had nothing.   So, who has traveled through London recently? What do you think? I think I worry the most about changing status in London and the rules for transiting there (which I have not yet looked up).  
  4. Travel to the US and back.

      I'm in the same situation and I have found nothing official anywhere about what I need to do to prove my German husband is, indeed, my husband. I have a copy of the German marriage certificate (in German), but I did not take his (complicated-to-spell) last name. Who is asking for it? The Germans (upon checking-in/boarding) or the Americans (immigration control) upon arrival in the US (luckily, direct flights to the US)?