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There are locations that fly to LHR that do not conform to international norms regarding international safety. Lagos, Nigeria, for example, does not conform to certain protocols, and Therefore is not considered secure. Rather than ferreting out individual flights, it is considered prudent simply to screen all passengers again.


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Rome2Rio suggests flying Delhi-Amsterdam-Havana on KLM, continuing to Grand Cayman on Cayman Airways. Assuming you're an Indian passport holder, you should not need an airport transit visa for the Netherlands (Schengen), and Cuba apparently also does not require a visa if you're continuing to a third country within 72 hours.


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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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As a citizen of Brazil, you are not eligible for transit without visa, so you will have to apply for a transit visa (771). If you have an onward flight ticket to your home country, I think the odds you being granted the visa are quite high, but of course this is fully up to Australian immigration. You will also have to purchase your ticket before you can ...


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Trying to be as objective as possible - your case will be extremely difficult to prove that the error was on the airline side. In a way, the airline can show that they did the utmost in order to inform you on the gate change Using the PA multiple times and NOT assigning a gate number at least 30 minutes before departure. (Was not on the screen) You can ...


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The point is enforcing their price discrimination practices. What airlines do is trying to extract as much profit as possible from each passenger. Ideally they want to sell the ticket at the highest price a person is ready to pay for it and the distance, costs, etc. aren't directly relevant (see also Why do hotel booking sites ask for the number of people? ...


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Traveling by herself through Ireland She would need a visa for Ireland, however would not be required to pay the fee under the "Short Stay Visa Programme" with countries including India. She can only using enter using the Common Travel Area rules if she is a visitor to the UK. The visitors to the UK section outlines the following: This covers people ...


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A transit visa is not necessary, since you are not among the unlucky few listed here, which for the record are Afghanistan Bangladesh Congo (Democratic Republic) Eritrea Ethiopia Ghana Iran Iraq Nigeria Pakistan Somalia Sri Lanka Angola Guinea Guinea Bissau Nepal Sudan Syria South Sudan Sierra Leone


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That would be international - AMS and CDG are in the Schengen zone, Ireland isn't.


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Assuming you are an Indian citizen, if you don't need to pass immigration in Germany you don't need a visa anyway, regardless of your US visa status. http://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/EN/Infoservice/FAQ/VisumFuerD/33-Transit.html?nn=480902 The vast majority of foreign travellers benefit from the "transit privilege" - if during a stopover at a German ...


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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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If it's all one ticket, you won't have to worry. When you check in at Perth airport, they should check your luggage all the way through to Leeds, as it's one ticket, but check with them that they do. The baggage tag receiptss you'll be given will then show them as going to Leeds. On arrival into Heathrow, follow the Purple "Flight Connections" signs, then ...


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It is usually important to know which passport you hold in order to answer this kind of a question, but a general (and complete) answer would be in the link below: http://www.immd.gov.hk/en/services/hk-visas/visit-transit/visit-visa-entry-permit.html Do note, that if you belong to the group of nations that require a visa for HK (myanmar being among them) ...


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Are you sure you have the right form? This is the application form for the Visitor in Transit visa, and it does not have a box for your address while in the UK, except for applicants under the age of 18.


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"Same-day transit between Heathrow and Gatwick" should do nicely then.


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It would definitely be arriving into Ireland as an "international" arrival. Same as departing from Ireland to either to AMS or CDG. As such you would need a valid passport for this flight. The only flights to and from Ireland that are classed as domestic are from within Ireland or the UK and you can travel on a EU issued driving licence or national identity ...


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Since AMS (Amsterdam Schiphol) is in the Netherlands and CDG (Paris Charles De Gaulle) is in France, both in the Schengen area, any flight to Ireland, which is not in the Schengen area, will definitely be considered as an international flight. Domestic flights are usually defined as flights within the same country, but flights between two Schengen countries ...


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Turns out, @Karlson is right! It has to be less than 6 months. Exactly 6 months or more is not an option and does not work out. Quoting @Karlson: More then likely this is not going to work. When you enter the country let's say on August 11th, 6 months will end on February 10th and given the direction of travel and flights which usually happen ...


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Well if you want to be on the safe side, you can always book a cheap hostel even if you don't plan to stay in it. With 12% booking fee and a booking protection it would effectively cost you 1-3 euros which you can cancel and even redeem on a later booking. Compared to 15 Euros (depending from where you are) visa it is hardly a big extra cost. I believe a ...



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