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During the last 7 days SPAM emails insist that I should check in for a flight from Washington DC on April 5th.

I might use this offer but I still have some questions:

1. What's wrong with Washington so that everyone needs to leave it (and check in for a flight without a destination point)?

2. I've received more than 30 such emails and each of them has a different flight number for the US Airways 4/5/2012 10:00 PM flight from Washington, DC (DCA). Which one should I take? (It looks like the DCA airport is huge - so many flights can take off simultaneously!)

3. And by the way, the "notification" says: You can check in from 24 hours and up to 60 minutes before your flight - can I still make it for the 4/5/2012 flight?

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ROFL Did you check (carefully, not to get infected, but I know you would;) the reservation details?
Sure I did.

Unfortunately the landing pages only say "Loading..." (which is true - they load malware while you wait for the "reservation details" to load).

So I still don't know how to check in for those flight. I guess I need to come to the airport and ask.
Yes, print the emails and go and request your 30 tickets.
Then mail them to you best buddies in the US to come and visit you ;)
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