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Having the wrong name on your airline ticket is no longer a minor inconvenience, now that the TSA has begun enforcing its name-matching requirements for airline tickets. And that could be a show-stopper for Jesse Demastrie and his wife, who are scheduled to fly from Washington to Las Vegas for the holidays.
The problem? Demastrie’s father, who booked the flights through Travelocity, got his wife’s name wrong.
“He inadvertently used my wife’s old middle name,” he says. “She actually dropped her middle name and now uses her maiden name as her middle name. So the ticket she was issued has her correct first and last name but her old middle name.”
Passengers must now provide their full names as they appear on a government-issued ID, their date of birth and their gender when they book a flight.
Demastrie is concerned his wife won’t be allowed on the plane.
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