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Please bear in mind that it's a quite long whole day journey. There are the following option to get from Langkawi to Phuket. I believe the same should work in reverse. By ferry: Tigerline (~3300-3700 THB) Service was launched at the end of 2012. High season route only (operating Nov - April). Check in point located inside the Kuah Jetty (located in ...


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There aren't many flights to El Nido from anywhere, never mind from Cebu or Negros. There used to be a SEAir flight which I've taken and which was a wonderful experience, taking off from the giant NAIA at Manila in a tiny plane and coming in to land just a few metres above the sea :) You can still fly there on ITI - but I think resort customers may get ...


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Norway, Germany and Austria are all in the Schengen area, so as far as visas and border controls go you'll be making only one entry (Kosovo to Germany) and one exit (Austria to Kosovo). Any travel between Germany, Norway and Austria counts as domestic for border-control purposes.


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As both tickets are on British Airways, they most likely will allow you to check your bags through. But keep in mind that this would be a courtesy and not a right, so it will be up to the agent checking you in. If the agent does not check them through, you would need to clear immigration and customs to check in for your next flight.


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On the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in London site, I found the following: UK Citizens - Visit Visa Citizens of the UK (with right of abode in the UK) will be granted a free of charge visit visa on arrival in the UAE. No application in advance of travel is necessary. Please note that your passport will be stamped for 30 days upon arrival. If ...


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Munich is not a problem at all, Düsseldorf seems a bit trickier, according to the German Missions in the US: Munich (open 24 hours) Düsseldorf (6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. only) and if the airline has arranged the transit beforehand with the authorities responsible for cross-border security (the Federal Police) Russian citizens don't need a visa to ...


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In the EU, the UK requires a transit visas for Indian citizens. In the Schengen area, the Czech Republic, Spain, France, and Germany also require transit visas (cf. official table from the EU commission). All other Schengen countries (including the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Portugal, etc.) allow visa-free transit. Ireland does too. Beware there are ...


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London should be fine as you are travelling to Canada with a valid visa. See also Is there a way to find out if I need a transit visa for a layover in the UK? Munich should be fine too. Turkish citizens do need a visa to transit there but there is an exemption for Canadian visa holders, see Do I need a visa to transit in the Schengen area? for all the ...


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Assuming you have to recheck luggage (if you have a single ticket, check with Icelandair before you do anything rash!) it will be cutting it rather close. It will probably take at least 20 minutes until your bag is on the carousel, longer than that in busy periods. The baggage reclaim is in Terminal 3 for all international arrivals, and you then have to ...


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Your girlfriend probably doesn't need to appear herself at the police station when you register (although it might make things go more smoothly). You should be prepared with: Your identification (passport) Her identification Her household lease details When I did this, there was no requirement to bring any other people such as from a sponsoring work ...


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Assuming both airlines let you check in online and print your boarding pass, you shouldn't need to exit the international area, so theoretically you wouldn't need a visa. However, there is a possibility that the airline will not let you board the flight in the first place, since as far as they know you are staying in Germany, so you probbly should contact ...


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Let's take the questions one by one, but you may want to skip to my answer to question 5. You can confirm for yourself here -- if you are an Indian citizen and none of the other restrictions on that page apply then you can gain visa-free entry for up to 14 days (for a visit only, i.e. not to work, etc). You should always check that this advice is still ...


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You should not have a problem, but you should make absolutely sure you carry proof of your further travel with you. Your visa is free - but you still have to abide by the normal rules for visa on arrival which is three months validity on your passport; however as you are traveling onward this may be waived as you would probably be considered a transit ...


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Yes you can. With a transit visa for Canada, you have up to 48 hours. Since your layover is 23 hours, you can get dinner, spend the night in a hotel, and do some sightseeing the following morning. Give yourself an hour for traffic if during the week, and be back at the airport 1.5-2 hours before your flight and enjoy!


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The answers are yes, no, depends on the airport. I have never been on this particular route, but by international agreement airports let transitioning passengers stay in the airport until their next flight. Do not try to leave the airport, you need a visa for that. Your third question is the tricky one. You may (but maybe not) need to pick up your bags ...



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