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Yes, he probably can - with leeway for the fact sometimes some guards may refuse (the probably is 'more yesses than noes', not 'never no'). Higher chances of getting through happen with food leaning towards solid, visible, identifiable. My parents travel a lot, and often carry homemade food for the same reasons (health, preference, vegetarian). They have ...


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Apart from the regular travel search, DB also features a Sparpreisfinder (rough translation: cheap price finder). You will need to use the out-of-country one that I linked (hopefully the link doesn’t die), select Sweden as the country and Stockholm as the station. It features four options from Saarbrücken to Stockholm ranging from €139 to €169 if you don’t ...


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8-hour layover is completely enough to see some sights in the center of Moscow. To avoid traffic jams just use "Aeroexpress" (airtrain). It departures every 20-30 minutes and it takes about 40 minutes to get from SVO to Belorusskaya railway and metro stations - which is not far from the center of Moscow. So, you'll have about 4-5 hours for sightseeing. I ...


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Assuming that the ticket is bought from Manila to Sweden, the two legs will have different flight numbers. That is normal. Also, in this case, you will not go through immigration or customs, you will just come out of your first leg plane with hand luggage, and will board the second leg. Again, with above assumption, you will get both boarding passes at ...


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TSA pre-check will be indicated (or not) on each boarding pass for your journey. Providing you are travelling through an approved airport on an approved airline, you should receive pre-check on all segments of your journey.


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According to the website of French Diplomaty Canadians do not have to ask for a visa to enter the Schengen zone thank to the european regulation 539/2001 french version / english version. The stay must last less than three months. This regulation list countries for which a visa is required and the countries for which a visa is not required. The website of ...


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1) Yes, Vueling transfer the luggage automatically for connecting flights according to question 7 in their customer service FAQ. 2) Yes, you should be able to get out of the airport and into the city. (You could do this even without a multi-entry Schengen visa, as you're not leaving Schengen in going from Italy to Spain.) All of those transport methods work,...


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(1) Namaste, Berwyn's comment is very astute: on such a long flight, super-popular routes: it will be kind of "normal" if you miss a connection, and it won't matter at all, they'll just put you on another. Your flight is so long you won't even notice if you arrive the odd day after the supposed original arrival time (2) For Munich no problem (3) For LHR ...


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It's incredibly easy and well organized to transfer at dxb. You have absolutely nothing to worry about. Everything is perfectly organized, and there are huge signs everywhere. You won't miss it. There will be vast numbers of people doing just what you are doing. Even if you need to ask there are people everywhere to ask. (These are even these virtual cut-...


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Once he exits Customs, he'll simply need to take an elevator upstairs to Level 2 and either recheck his bags at Frontier's ticketing counter, or proceed directly to the security checkpoint if he has no bags to check. All of these steps will occur within Terminal 3. Once he has passed through the security checkpoint, straight ahead he'll see some escalators ...


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According to the Government of Canada website: I will transit by air through Canada. Do I need an eTA? Passengers transiting Canada will need an eTA or a visa, regardless of the length of time in Canada. Travellers whose planes refuel in Canada going to and from the United States, as well as participants in the China Transit Program and Transit ...


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You're not required to pass Canadian customs, so no need to pick up and recheck your bag, they'll be checked through to New York. However you do need to pass the immigration requirements to transit through Canada. Assuming you have a Dutch passport, you need to get an ETA. After that, you have to pass American immigration officials (because of pre-...


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Most likely not but Canada is rather complicated and every airport is a bit different. Check out https://www.aircanada.com/en/travelinfo/airport/images/yyz.pdf for Toronto. See section on "international to US". Apparently your baggage is checked through but you still must meed Canadian Visa requirements.


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It's actually very simple, there are no complex rules on how to keep time, what counts or not, or anything like that. Each time you cross an external border, you should get a stamp with a date on it. The day you got an entry stamp, the day you got an exit stamp and every day between them count as one day towards the 90-day limit. So if you enter and leave ...


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Once your first flight lands, and you disembark and enter the airport, there will either be a sign, or an airport employee signalling which direction transit/onward/connecting passengers should go. Follow that and you should enter a part of a terminal where there are gates and one or more TV screens that show which flights correspond to which gates. Look at ...



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