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We frequently get nearly identical "Can I check additional luggage during a layover in X?" questions. A few random examples:

I'm wondering if it would be reasonable to create a single, authoritative question/answer to address this question, rather than having all of these near-duplicates.

Now I'm not expert enough to know for sure whether a general answer is really reasonable, but I suspect that it may be, at least in a large number of cases. But are there enough general cases to justify a general authoritative answer, similar to the way we handled this one?

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    A great idea, please proceed with the question/answer pair. I use MarkdownPad2 for those things, consider that tool for your composition
    – Gayot Fow
    Oct 3 '15 at 9:42
  • @GayotFow: Question here.
    – Flimzy
    Oct 3 '15 at 10:33
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There might be some scope to improve the answer but you have mentioned Please edit this answer with impunity, if you can add any information or corrections (and IMO making the answer a wiki one would be appropriate) but the Q/A pair have been well enough received so clearly to

would it be reasonable to create a single, authoritative question/answer to address this question, rather than having all of these near-duplicates?

the answer would be YES!

to:

But are there enough general cases to justify a general authoritative answer?

the answer is more a matter of opinion, where my opinion is also Yes! (though that is partly because I have a low threshold for the number required in a case such as this).

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