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asked Jan 4, 2018 in Legal advice by Smile
edited Apr 16, 2019 by Smile

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Hi @Smile

Happy New Year to you too :)

If you want to travel via plane I'd highly recommend to have a proof of identity (passport/ID) with you. Airline staff quite often doesn't check your documents for flights within Schengen or domestic flights (aka flights within Germany), still you need to have a passport/ID with you in case they want to see it. Otherwise you might not be allowed to enter the plane. Your Aufenthaltsgestattung alone is not sufficient to prove your identity.

So: Yes, you can buy tickets and try to get on the plane, but you might experience a rude awakening if they ask for a proof of identity other than your Duldung :/

All the best,
answered Jan 5, 2018 by Lea
Thanks @Lea, it will help. Maybe this time also via Train but next target is to obtain a driving license :)
I'm glad to hear that I could help you. Gute Reise :)
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