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Difference between name on international plane ticket and passport

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I am traveling with my school to Honduras for a couple of weeks this summer, and my professor booked all of the plane tickets. When she emailed us asking for our names as they are on our passports I automatically responded with how my name is on everything else, just the initial for my middle name. On my passport my middle name is written out in full and not just initialed. The rest of my name (like my first and last name) is the same, the only difference is my middle name. Will it be a problem when flying internationally? Because if it is... she is going to HATE me, and she's my thesis advisor so that could end very, very badly.

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