My family is flying to Japan from the US in December. We all have US passports but according to the Japanese websites you also need to show in/out bound plane tickets. However, my husband is a pilot and we fly stand-bye. Is there anyone that has had to do this or knows for sure if this is ok? I have called the Japanese Consulate in DC as well as locally in Anchorage, but they barely understood me let alone seem to know their own requirements.
Stand-bye travel to Japan?
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