If you don’t change anything, like name or address, it’s relatives easy. Get a ticket R724 @ 12:21 and wait to be called. Today is a Monday, when I got the ticket, R712 was being serviced. We waited for 45 minutes. The process of replacing it took only ten minutes, cost $17.50.
CNN: Two mystery passengers add to intrigue in airliner’s disappearance: Tickets linked to stolen passports for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 were purchased by an Iranian man, authorities say.
At least two people on board the plane were traveling on passports stolen from an Austrian and an Italian.
According to Thai police officials, an Iranian man by the name of Kazem Ali purchased the tickets for two friends who he said wanted to return home to Europe. While Ali made the initial booking by telephone, either Ali or someone acting on his behalf paid for the tickets in cash, according to police.
WSJ: Stolen passport on MH370 raise security concern, this listed a few figures:
- 1,000,000,000 # of times passenger boarded planes in 2013 without their passports being checked against Interpol’s database
- 800,000,000 annual searches against the stolen and lost database on average per year
- 40,000,000 mil travel documents registers as lost or stolen in Interpol’s database
- 60,000 the # of ‘hits’ generated by the Interpol database on average per year
In light of this, I asked the DMV agent if the lost license is cancelled. She said no, there is no mechanism to do so.