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Hi, I'm traveling from JFK to San Francisco on Delta and then San Francisco to Seoul on Singapore. I was wondering since Singapore allows one free baggage for international flights, will I have to pay Delta their fee even though I'm directly transferring the baggage?

I remember that I did something similar to this long time ago, and I remember I wasn't charged for baggage even though they were different companies because I was transferring to a international flight..but I wasn't quite sure.
Please help or respond if anyone knows for sure :)

Also, i have 2 hrs to transfer. Do you all think that would be enough time?
Thanks!

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