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Update 19 July: The FAA ban on flights from Turkey to US has been lifted. By now I assume that most flights to Turkey operate as scheduled, but it is best to check before flying. You should still consider travel advice from your government. The Australian advice still is at the same level, with the threats now more due to terrorism than the attempted coup: ...


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I also asked the Turkish airlines sales office and received the reply below: Puteti calatori doar cu cartea de identitate cu conditia sa nu iesiti din zona de tranzit. Buh Tk Office Translation: You can travel with just the identity card on the condition that you don't exit the transit zone. Update following @phoog's suggestion. I also ...


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No, photocopies of a passport are never a substitute for a passport as they're trivial to fake. However assuming that you look like an average European tourist this should be sufficient for the Turkish police to simply check your name in their local database. Try to get some sort of an alternative official ID (such as your national ID card) or simply take ...


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Yes, your husband would need a visa if he wants to exit the transit area. As a Nigerian citizen holding a valid Schengen resident permit, he is eligible to apply for one month e-Visa via the website www.evisa.gov.tr Nigeria: Ordinary, official/service passport holders are required to have visa to enter Turkey. These passport holders with a valid ...



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