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I am a Fiji national with a multiple entry schengen visa travelling to Sweden this weekend.I am travelling via Los Angeles with a USA visa and London to Sweden. I also have a multiple entry Australian visa.

Do i need a transit visa for the 7 hour layover in London travelling on the same British Airways airlines from Los Angeles to Sweden with the visas I already have.

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  • No you don't, and with the US visa you can even enter the UK and stay until 23:59 the next day, giving you time to visit London (although 7 hours may be a bit tight for that) – Crazydre Apr 24 '18 at 11:17
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It seems the citizens of Fiji need a visa to enter or transit the UK landside only, so if you are not leaving an international airport, you'll be fine.

  • The etkt only says that I will arive in London, Heathrow on British Airways and will depart from London, Heathrow on British Airways.I am not sure if I will change terminals or whether this will involve a landside transit. – Anthony Ho Apr 24 '18 at 11:54

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