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It means you must hold a ticket out of the UK within the specified time. You can't present yourself to the immigration checkpoint and tell the officer you will buy a ticket before leaving and you can't use this facility to stay 2 or 3 days in the UK. If you choose widely, you could have more than 24 hours to do some sightseeing but basically, it's a ...


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You do go through a security check at LHR, but it is pretty perfunctory (by British, attack-dog standards). If you are traveling to India on an Indian passport, they won't ask any questions.


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Claiming luggage (but there is an airside luggage check in Terminal 5 if you have additional luggage to check in London) Changing airport Flight is cancelled/delayed and you have to leave because the airport is closing for the night (there is a procedure for this, you will be allowed out) Getting arrested (but the border formalities will be skipped, I ...


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No, there is no need to pass through immigration control in this circumstance. Simply follow the purple signs to the new terminal. The inter-terminal bus system is before immigration control. See also: http://www.heathrowairport.com/heathrow-airport-guide/flight-connections/connection-guides. If you are flying BA then you are in Terminal 5 for both ...


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Yes, airline staff in general will do a check that you have the necessary documentation to enter your destination country. This is because they are subject to costs if they fly a person who is not permitted to enter the country. So if you do not have the necessary documentation you will not be permitted to board the aircraft. On the other hand, just because ...


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As explained in another thread on FlyerTalk, your baggage has cleared customs in Shannon so it may be transferred onto onward destinations. No further examination by US Customs is required at JFK. However, the layout at JFK Terminal 7 means that there is no easy facility to take bags onto the inter-terminal transfer system from the gate that BA 1 uses. Nor ...


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If you booked the flight with British Airways or Iberia (or another airline who uses the Amadeus computer system), you can use the PNR (the alphanumeric reference number you were given) to examine your booking via the websites of Finnair, Royal Jordanian or Qatar Airways. The reason is that, their websites are just a front for the underlying Amadeus ...


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TSA isn't going to let you anywhere near the gate with that. They don't care about deactivated. Looks real/it's real as far as they are concerned. Since someone complained about a lack of sources: https://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/firearms-and-ammunition Realistic replicas of firearms: No.


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Ignoring the fact that it's a bazooka, are you sure it isn't too big for cabin baggage anyway ? Even dismantled, it looks quite long. BA's maximum size for cabin baggage is: 56cm x 45cm x 25cm (see: http://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/information/baggage-essentials/hand-baggage-allowances ) Is it less than 56cm long dismantled and boxed up ? If not, you ...


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BA's website is crystal clear: All firearms (including replica and decommissioned) and ammunition are restricted under UK law and may be carried only with advanced notification and with the appropriate licences and documentation. ... Each case containing firearms or ammunition is subject to a £50 charge at check-in each way to cover the cost of our ...



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