- a person is flying from country
- upon landing, they are refused entry to the country
Bby the border control
question: instead of flying back to
A, can they book the next flight to a country
C and fly there?
EDIT: I was asked to make the scenario more specific, so:
Let's say a citizen of Hong Kong wants to go on a trip to Europe. They chose UK as the first country they will visit.
Hong Kong is a "Special Administrative Region", therefore they do not require a visa to enter the UK, yet border control decides to refuse entry (for whatever reason, but let's assume the traveler did nothing illegal).
The traveler doesn't want to waste his holidays and go back home disappointed. Can he now chose to take a flight to a different European country, such as Germany? (they don't need a visa there either thanks to a visa-waiver program)