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British Airways - name sequence on ticket

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Hi everyone! Just a quick question.

recently my partner helped me booked an air ticket and sort of entered the name in a wrong sequence. i'm singaporean chinese and i've got a english name, so what reflected in my passport is stephanie (first name) xxxx (last name) yyyy yyyy (chinese name). confusing i know right.

so my partner entered stephanie in the first name box and xxx yyyy yyyy in the last name box. when the e-ticket was sent to me, my name on the e-ticket is STEPHANIE XXXYYYYYYYY with no space in between. will that be an issue with BA? i tried emailing them but haven't gotten a reply.

if i had booked the ticket on my own, i will key in as Stephanie YYYY YYYY / XXX.

hoping that someone here will be able to help me out with this. thanks in advance!

Happy Christmas

Steph

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