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As duration of the intended stay you should put the total number of days you plan on staying in Ukraine, summing over all your planned trips: 47 days. The intended departure from Ukraine should probably be the date of your first trip. Then, since you are asking for a multiple entry visa, you should attach detailed plans - proof of accomodation, proof of ...


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Difficult is subjective, so we'll leave that. However, there is a process, which is easy to find with a google search. However, to help: You do need a visa as an Iranian citizen applying to visit Ukraine. Then you just need to apply to a visa company, or the Ukrainian consulate/embassy in Iran, if that exists. For example, some people use VisaHQ, and ...


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Flights on UIA (PS) from TBS land at terminal D. Flights on BA to LHR depart from terminal D. PS and BA do have an interlining agreement*, so it should be possible to buy this as a single ticket. As stated by Roman R, the airport provides transfer information which shows only a security control for transferring passengers and a transfer desk to collect ...


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Bumping old post for future reference: The IATA database used to contain slightly wrong info. You can Transit Kiev at least if you have a through ticket on Ukraine International Airlines, using an EU ID Card. It's been updated since, however


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Old post, but will answer anyway: the outbound trip (HEL-KBP-LCA) is not doable with a Finnish ID Card, whereas the return trip (LCA-KBP-HEL) is Why? The answer is that Finnish border guards won't allow Finnish citizens to board a plane to a country located outside both the EU and Schengen (in this case Ukraine). This is due to Finnish law, which states ...



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