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Rome2Rio says that you can get a Eurolines bus from Paris CDG to Calais. The journey lasts approximately 5 hours and is significantly cheaper than the train. Below is a screenshot from Rome2Rio: Eurolines agrees with this. Buses run to Calais Centre Ville, Calais Ferry, and Calais-Cité-Europe. Below is a sample quote for CDG to Calais Centre:


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As chx pointed out, you will need to clarify what "best" is. Cheaper? Faster? Most convenient? Most frequent? I'll concentrate on the train part. There are two train stations in CDG: "Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1" is only served by the "RER" (suburban train / express metro). It is located in "Roissypôle", which is about halfway between Terminal 1 and ...


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The train station is located in Terminal 2 (between 2D and 2F). Not sure if the train will be the cheapest way to go to Calais. The bus or a shared car might be cheaper (but also take more time). For instance, with the bus, you can get to Lille from CDG for just 9€ : http://uk.ouibus.com Then from Lille to Calais, with the bus, train or shared car, it ...


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The fastest form of transportation from Gatwick to Heathrow is undoubtedly a helicopter transfer. HEATHROW TO GATWICK (or reverse) UP TO 4 PASSENGERS | Flight Time: 00:25 (hh:mm) | Eurocopter EC120 £1,650 + VAT Helicopter Transfers London Alternative providers are Battersea Helicopters, Charter-A Ltd and Excel. Transit time should be ...


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Since someone has already answered "what is the best", I will answer "what is the fastest". The answer used to be the Airlink helicopter transfer [15 minutes, £12 each way]. [Edit: apparently the answer is still the helicopter, but now the price is bigger.] The fastest right now (without chartering a helicopter) is probably the Virgin Limobike. You won't be ...


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Your best option would normally be the National Express bus that runs directly between Gatwick and Heathrow (Terminals 2/3, from where you can connect to the other terminals if needed). At that time of day it runs every 10-20 minutes, and takes a little over an hour. Your baggage will not be transferred - you'll need to collect it at Gatwick, take it on the ...


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No. Your luggage will not be transferred as you are connecting on the ground between two different airports. If you are travelling on a single ticket, you will still be protected and able to rebook in case of any inbound delays. British Airways - by far the largest carrier serving both airports - for example has the following to say: You must collect ...


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If you intend to carry them in the plane as hand luggage, I guess it won't make it as it is beyond the 100 ml limit. But if you put it in your checked-in luggage, assuming those can't cause fire or damage to the plane, you should be ok. You can check with the airline to be 100% sure.


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Access Narita limousine bus is the cheapest option to/from Narita airport. It costs only 1000 yen one-way to Tokyo or Ginza stations and preschool kids are free if sitting in your lap. So, for the family with two preschoolers it costs only 2000 yen one way. From Tokyo or Ginza, it's an additional 200 yen by train to Shinjuku. Note however that it is only ...


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As Ottawa is on the list of pre-clearance airports you would have already passed American customs and immigration in Canada. Judging from Flightaware you're flying with Air Wisconsin to Philadelphia, which has a partnership with American Airlines so that should mean...no need to recheck your bags ! :)


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After some investigation I got the answers. UAE allows transit without visa when the time between connecting flights is less than 24 hours. You can not receive and check-in your luggage yourself in Dubai without getting out of the transit terminal. But there is a special service for such cases - Marhaba Service. You don't need to preorder anything - when ...


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There aren't any direct buses or trains from Edinburgh Airport to Dundee. Any journeys will involve at least one change somewhere. For travelling by bus, the quickest and cheapest option would probably be via Halbeath park and ride, near Dunfermline. This is doable in about 1 hour 40 minutes, depending on what time of day. From Edinburgh Airport, take the ...


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The Citylink M92 route has one at 4:15 (1615) from Edinburgh Bus Stn St Andrews Sq to Dundee Seagate Bus Station Arr and then next stop at Dundee Seagate Bus Station Dep that has very few stops in between. However this is not from the Airport bus stop itself and you will have to travel to the St Andrews Square bus station. You can take the 747 bus from the ...


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You can wait in the Arrivals area after customs if you like, although obviously it won't be comfortable. You can also wait around in the Schegen departure lounge, if you are arriving on KLM, and then exit out to meet them when they arrive. The shops and restaurants will be open until a little after midnight. If you are using a low cost carrier I believe they ...


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Sleeping in Schiphol is allowed, but there is very little opportunity to do so on the Plaza side, but I've seen people put sleeping bags and mattresses down there, so there's always that. There are more than enough benches beyond customs. If you can get to this side, you could also choose one of Schiphol's hotels: Hotel Mercure or Yotel. If your flights ...


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Option 1: Take the metro to Milano Centrale and use one of the direct airport buses from there I think your best public transport option is the one you already found: take the metro from Lampugnano to Centrale. Three options are available (ordered by simplicity in terms of changes, and shortest route in terms of number of stops): M1 (red) from Lampugnano ...


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There is a bus going from Lampugnano to Udine which might be what you're looking for. The first part of the journey is between Lampugnano and Bergamo airport. It runs twice a day everyday but Sundays when there is only one bus.



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