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No.You do no need a transit visa because you already hold a Schengen Visa for Greece..You are transitting through a Schengen country to another schengen country, therefore a seperate transit visa is not needed. You can even get out from the airport and can come back after a short sightseeing..Have a great trip.


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Instead of 14 visa-free enter for indian, all tourists can enter to hk not more than 7 days for transit, given you hold a vaild ticket to 3rd country and a vaild visa. This wont count as 14days visa-free enter


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As an Indian national, you do not require a visa to visit Hong Kong as a tourist for up to 14 days. Changing planes is obviously no problem. Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Hong_Kong


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According to the Hong Kong Immgration Department nationals of India are allowed to visit Hong Kong visa free for 14 days (see part II). Given that you will not be required to have a visa to transit either.


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Well, it depends on different things. Ataturk airport is quite busy, so you will spend some time on the queues. If I understood your question right, you will have a transit at Ataturk. the queue will be on the luggage security control and it will approximately take 20 mins. The total time from gate to gate will approximately be 40-45 mins.


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Arguably the most commonly used means of transportation to get to/from Beauvais is the shuttle from/to Porte Maillot. To date the price is: Price:         ONE  WAY  per person: €17 at the BUS TICKETS SALE POINT / €15.90 ON LINE FREE for children under 3 years old (no ticket)     //     3 years old+ 1day: 1 ticket The airport webpage on airport ...


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Sleepinginairports covers the most likely option: Regal Airport Hotel - Connected to Terminal 1 via air-conditioned bridge. The hotel is a 2 minute walk or 1 min ride via scheduled airport shuttle. Day rooms are available for use from 9am to 9pm. As well as two others close by (5 min shuttle) - Novotel Citigate and Sky City Marriot. But from your ...


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Assuming both flights are from the same airport (Bangkok has two international airports) and your bags are checked through to Columbo, you do not need a visa. When you disembark from your Beijing flight follow the transfer counter signs, clear security and proceed to your next gate. If you are flying on Thai Airways for both flights, then they will likely ...


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Yes, you will need a visa, as you'll be entering the country. The Philippines are not among the visa exempt countries for visiting Japan, and the Japan embassy in the Philippines has a list of all relevant documents / info that you may need. Narita and Haneda are almost 50 miles apart, so you definitely have to exit the airport to get to the other. We have ...


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According to the official Dubai Airports website, you will need to visit Transfer desk E (on the lower level of the airport). The transfer desk will guide you to the shuttle bus headed for Terminal 2.


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I did received boarding pass for spicejet from the transfer desk in Dubai without any issues. Thanks


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If you were on a single booking and didn't need to pass through immigration, you could transit without a visa. Timatic tells us that transit without visa is possible if you remain airside. Since you are on separate tickets and will need to pass through passport control to collect your luggage and change flights, you will need a transit visa. In theory you ...


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Plaza Premium Lounge provide bath and bed service in departure floor, but it is quite expensive


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The only flights to El Nido are by Island Transvoyager (ITI). If you are staying at one of the pricey all-inclusive resorts operated by El Nido Resorts (Lagen Island, Miniloc Island, Apulit Island, Pangulasian Island) you can coordinate with the resort to book your flight via ITI. The airline is under the same parent company as the resorts. They don't appear ...


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Actually I believe this is an illegal connection because for Qantas to Qantas in terminal 1 the minimum connect time is supposed to be 40 minutes. I am surprised the booking engine allowed 35 minutes (possibly the AA codeshare confused it). AA 7342 is a codeshare on QF 434. I tried to force QF 680 connecting to QF 434 at several dates, and although the ...


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If you don't want to stay in the airport until morning, you can continue traveling through the night. The linchpin of this plan is Amtrak Train 65, which departs New York Penn Station at 3 AM and arrives at Philadelphia 30th Street Station at 4:35 AM. Schedule here. The "transit" option of Google Maps shows an itinerary that goes as follows: Airtrain ...


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Short update: we decided to have our flights changed and now have over 3 hours to make the connection. This will give us more peace of mind, I really don't like stressing over connection times when travelling :) Because it's an involuntary change due to BA's decision to change the flight times, we're not even charged any additional fees.


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This is not a transit through Shanghai. The Chinese authorities will only care about where your flight to Shanghai originated, and, where your flight out of Shanghai ends. As you clearly have seen, the country you are arriving from must be different than the one you are going to. Since your itinerary has you arriving from and departing to the same country, ...


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Not unless you are connecting to a UK domestic flight or a flight to Dublin. Or you need to collect and recheck your bag for some reason


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According to British Airways, it depends on the terminal. Check that page for more information. Flight connections with British Airways at London Heathrow The flight connections process within Heathrow airport will vary depending on your origin and final destination. When you arrive at Heathrow, please follow the purple ‘Flight Connections’ ...


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Promoting some comments to an answer Is it a sensible connection to do on two tickets? No Is it a sensible connection on a single ticket? Depends on the traveller If it is all on one ticket, then the airline in question will rebook you if you miss the connection for whatever reason. They will rebook you onto the next available flight. Not the word ...


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No matter where you are flying from, where you are flying to - if you are transiting in the US you will need: Visa to enter the US (if you are not already eligible). Pass through customs clearance. This means that whatever you are carrying has to be allowed to enter the US. In other words, if there are certain exceptions afforded to you at your destination ...


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It is possible, but it is not straight-forward. Canada's visa requirements for citizens of Pakistan state that you require a visa to visit or transit in Canada. If you do still decide to visit your friend, you will have to apply for a tourist visa. If you simply want to transit in Canada ( less than 48h ) then you can apply for a transit visa. Applying for ...


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Atlanta is a very efficient airport. They have a large immigration and customs area, which moves passengers through expeditiously. If your bags are checked through to Munich, then you simply drop that at recheck just outside customs, clear security and head to your gate. If you are flying on different tickets or airlines, then you may have to recheck ...


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There are multiple uses of transfer and transit even within the field of travel, so context is essential. Much as many travelers indiscriminately say direct when they really mean nonstop, precision in your own terminology and tolerance for others' will be necessary for understanding. Some of the key differences lie between Industry use and general use ...


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A "transfer" is essentially moving from one item to another item. So it would apply equally to going from a hotel to an airport, as well as going from one airplane to another airplane. The term "transit" applies more to staying temporarily before continuing on to your next destination. You would "transit" an airport if you fly from A, stop for a while, ...


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As @PassKit said previously. Here's the specific instructions for Chicago O'Hare CONNECTING FLIGHTS If you have a connecting flight and are checked through all the way to your destination, once you claim your luggage and pass through Customs you can drop it off at the airline information desks located directly after Customs. If you are ...


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Assuming you are on a single itinerary (given that you have mentioned codeshare flights), your luggage will be tagged to your final destination, Cincinnati. What this means in practice is that you will not need to collect and recheck your luggage in London. However, you will need to collect it and recheck in Chicago. When you first arrive in the US, you ...


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Dublin Airport isn't that busy at all. Apparently there is a separate line for Transfers. As you are not changing the airliner I don't see any problem. If you are holding EU Passport then the queue will clear off very quickly.


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You cannot avoid problems like this when travelling. It is like trying to avoid traffic when driving. Maybe you live in a village and you travel to work at 5 am. Even so, one day you will get stuck in a jam. It happens. If you're taking connecting flights, you will get delayed and at some point you will miss a flight. It is a normal thing. The best you can ...


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Yes you do need to clear immigration and customs in Atlanta. But on the brightside Atlanta's immigration area is fairly large and well manned, so processing time is not too bad. While as a US citizen I go through a different line, I have seen foreign nationals from my flights awaiting their baggage same time as me, so they have obviously made it through ...


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They do not revoke transit visas on a whim. There needs to be a concrete reason like you obtained it fraudulently or you are using forged documents. The law says that a transit visa means the Home Office has already checked you out and you are cleared. From the rules... The holder of such an entry clearance will not require leave to enter on arrival ...


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No, that will not work When you depart from Norway towards a non-Schengen country, such as the UK, you will go through Schengen exit formalities. Norway will stamp you out. You'll then fly to London, to do which you'll need to show the airline in question that you're eligible to transit without a visa, which not all nationalities are. See Is there a way to ...


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I came through SLC recentley. Yes, that's enough time if everything is on time. My Delta flight out was actually held for 10 minutes or so for late transfers - but this was the last flight of the day, so may not be normal policy. I'd advise that as you leave the first flight, you find a Delta representative and explain to them your situation. They may just ...


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You will not have much leeway time, as your arriving flight and departing flight will be out of two different concourses. Flights on SkyWest fly through the E concourse and Delta's bigger jets fly via either D or C (Delta uses some gates in B as well). 34 minutes is enough time to get from one to the other, but you won't have much time to loiter around, ...


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You will have to change planes. If you're lucky, the two planes will be in the same airport terminal, and you can just hop off one, and run to the other, and catch their final boarding. 34 minutes isn't much time at all. Typically, boarding ends 20 minutes before take-off, so if the second flight is running on time, you'll have roughly 14 minutes to make ...



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