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Is a passport required to fly between poland and germany

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Hello. I have a question on behalf of my son and daughter-in-law.
They are visiting Europe over this coming winter which includes an Airberlin flight from Krakow to Munich.

The potential problem is that the booking was made in both of their married names, but my daughter-in-law will be carrying a passport in her maiden name. The passport still has 7 years before expiration so she had decided to continue using it.

What problems - if any - might they encounter when they board the flight in Krakow with tickets in one name and passport in another?

And, if there are problems, how can they circumvent them?

Hoping someone can help with this dilemma.

Regards,

Steve

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