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As drat's answer explains, it's technically possible, but it's also illegal. There's a sign ahead of Immigration that says "No entry except for passengers with boarding passes and proceeding to their next destination", so if you enter and do not proceed to your flight destination, you're trespassing. This is not a dead letter either: several fans of a ...


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TL;DR: there is no distinction between arrival area and departure area, so it might be possible. However, there will be logistical and possibly legal problems. I don't think it will be worth the risk. As of the logistic part of the question, this is absolutely no problem. At Changi Airport, the arrival and the departure zones are linked together and you ...


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It will depend greatly on the layout of the airport. There are two major models: The airport is a transfer hub, the whole concourse is considered an international area, arriving and departing passengers mix. The airport is a national gateway or a primary destination. Arriving and departing passengers do not mix. Heathrow is an example of the former. You ...



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