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Of course it depends on the airport and the time of day, but 45 minutes is typically enough to deplane an international flight, go through immigration and customs, and board a national flight. So this offer is perfectly reasonable.


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Why do you think the air train will not be operating? This airport info says it's 24x7. I travel to Nashville on United several times a year, usually via Newark, but sometimes via Chicago. I never book a ticket with a connection of less than 2hrs 30 min. I've never (yet) missed a connection. As has been observed, wait times at immigration are ...


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I couldn't find any information about denying entry for transit visa holders (whether official, semi-official, anecdotes, etc.) Many sources indicate that it's quite rare to be denied entry to the US. According to this official summary (as of March, 2016) Out of more than 1 million visitors/day, only 367 visitors are denied entry and deemed inadmissible, ...


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For your itinerary, you need: US visit or transit visa Grand Cayman visa. You already have all the requirements; as having a US visa exempts you from having a UK transit visa - which you would have required otherwise. In Dubai - there are no transit visa requirements. If one is required (if your transit is more than 24 hours), it will be arranged for ...


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Original Poster posting the experience this time. The airline paid for the transfer. You have to ask for it. I arrived at the SHA airport terminal 1. Took the free bus shuttle to T2, took 15 mins. (Shuttle to PVG only runs from T2) Went to the China Eastern Airlines Check In Desk. Asked for a bus pass to PVG airport. They gave me one after checking my ...


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There are indeed a lot of pages that try to let you determine whether you need a visa, but at some point you probably end up, like I just did, finding a page (for a standard visitor visa in my case) with an apply section and it seems a clear enough process.


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On the very first page of www.gov.uk/apply-uk-visa, click on the link highlighted below, and then follow the step-by-step wizard.


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You do not need a transit visa. You can walk from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3. Terminal 1 is the original airport terminal, which is for all international airlines. Terminal 2 is for low-cost airlines and other operators. Terminal 3 is dedicated for Emirates and Qantas, and there is a separate building (part of Terminal 3) which is dedicated for the A380. ...


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She will need to clear customs, with her bags, in Toronto. Then she will need to drop her luggage off so that it goes to Winnipeg. There are a lot of signs and a lot of uniformed staff to help you through this process. The YYZ airport has a guide to help you through this. If, as I expect, LOT have tagged the bag as Winnipeg via Toronto, she literally just ...


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Helsinki is a comparatively small airport. A walk from what they call ‘terminal 1’ to ‘terminal 2’ is quicker than walking from the furthest A gate in Frankfurt to the furthest B gate, although they are both in Frankfurt’s terminal 1. And apart from it being rather small, there are other reasons why that connection is well doable: Helsinki does not ...


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There is no need to mention that you had a previous visa refusal. The consulate has access to your old record and they know the previous condition with you. So i don't think there is a need for such kind of information to be mentioned.


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Filipino citzens need to get an airport transit visa in advance to transit in Paris. There are exemptions for people with valid visas from a few other countries (like the US or Canada) and for seamen (but possibly only when joining a ship in a French harbour) that might apply in some cases but generally speaking a visa is required.


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No, there is no affects occur on your future travel plan if your Canadian visa is refused. You have to simply fill all important information including your name and apply again. I think this is not a big issue. So don't worry about that.


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Since the OP has already booked tickets, I don't think any of the information I'm adding here is going to help much, but just to set the record straight. According to expertflyer, AA and EI do have ticketing and baggage interlining agreements. I can bring up a fare on matrix for ORD-AA-LHR-EI-SNN on a single AA fare which would have allowed through check of ...


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The fact that you have purchased two separate tickets (as in two unrelated transactions and neither airline knows about the other flight) will make things substantially more difficult. If you bought the flights separately, you officially can't use the Heathrow Connections service and will have to exit the plane and walk to arrivals, go through UK ...


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Providing this is on a single ticket, you will check in your luggage in Sacramento and pick it up in Prague. When you check your luggage in, you will see the final destination printed on the luggage tag, which will be PRG. On the return, assuming you're following the same route, you will need to pick up your luggage in LA and carry to the transfer belt ...


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PEK-J268-GYD-J263 TXL has a layover of 1 hour 45 minutes in GYD. This is above minimum connection time and should be fine. However, Azerbaijan airlines (J2) only has one flight per day from GYD to TXL so if you do miss it, they would most likely rebook on you on the next day and you would have to stay overnight. It is possible that they could also rebook you ...


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Can you do this, yes, but the airline will reprice your ticket based on the new routing and will charge you any difference if the new airfare is higher plus a change fee. If you try to avoid re-ticketing by not informing the airline, traveling with only carry-on bags and then leave the flight in Beijing, you may have issues with Chinese Immigration, as ...


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You'll need a visa only if you want to leave the airport. National Egypt (EG) /Transit Morocco (MA) Destination Egypt (EG) Visa required, except for Children under 17 years of age of any nationality , if having Moroccan parent(s) and being registered in parent's passport TWOV (Transit Without Visa): ... Visa required, ...


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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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One general option - not mentioned in the comments - is to look at historical delay information. How often is the plane late, and how late is it? This is available on a number of websites; I'm a fan of Flightradar24, which shows accurate runway to runway times, but Flightaware is another good option - especially in areas where airlines actually update their ...


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Unless you have some very specific document like a limited territorial validity Schengen visa, a récépissé for an asylum application or a temporary visa delivered to let you leave the country after receiving an obligation de quitter le territoire français, chances are you have the right to transit in another Schengen country with your French visa (it's the ...


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Munich is one of the better airports in the world to transit through. You will NOT need to go through immigration/customs in Munich, and you will not be required to exit the transit area. Chinese citizens do not require a visa, as long as you have an onward ticket departing within 24 hours.


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Your F1 (Student Visa) is only valid if you also have a valid I-20 form signed by the university or college that you are currently enrolled in (or if you have finished your program, are currently working on the practical training (OPT) option of the F1). If you are in one of these situations, your school should have signed your I-20 before you left the ...



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