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Maiden Name/Passport

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Hello all,

My wife and I will be flying to Europe in the coming months from the USA.

One thing I am concerned about, but I hope poses no problems.

Her maiden name is on her passport (we got these done before getting married). Therefore, we are going to book her plane ticket under her maiden name. She does have her ID (drivers license)with her maiden name, but this ID is expired. Her new ID has her married name. Should this pose a problem? Should I bring along the marriage certificate? Or is this overkill?
Thanks.
John

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