I have booked tickets from Germany to Uruguay.
The major Airline for the trip is KLM. There is a stop at Brazil's Sao Paolo GRU airport from where I have a flight to Montevideo. This particular flight is undertaken by GOL Transportes Aereos. The connection is shown below:
The flight number is KL9264 which falls under KLM but I am anxious to know if this is a single ticket or not.
- I have an Indian Passport, and I cross checked with the Brazillian Embassy in India on whether I need a Transit Visa in Brazil. Their reply was the following:
Travelers transiting through Brazilian airports to other countries, whenever the onward flight is booked under a separate ticket and/or different code need to have a transit visa.
Does the connection mentioned above constitute a Single ticket? As was the question previously asked On Expedia How Can I Tell if A Flight on Multiple Airlines is a single ticket or not, the accepted answer came only after the OP had traveled and not beforehand.