Although I'm sure a lot of you tired of seeing this question, but I'm never really get the answer that suits my situation.
I will fly with Qantas from Dublin to Sydney. My Qantas flight back to Europe will end at London Heathrow, and I will transfer at LHR to British Air for the last leg to Dublin (11th July QF1 to BA828).
Full itinerary detail (all time is local time):
1.QF1 Sydney (10/06 15:55) (stop at Changi Singapore approx 100min) to London (11/06 06:25) 2.BA828 London (11/06 08:25) to Dublin (11/06 09:50)
I am not sure whether I will passing UK immigration and custom or not, since Qantas told me I need to re-check my baggage, even though I do all the booking in one booking refernece (all of them under the same booking reference and I can see the British Airways flight in my "Manage Booking" Qantas website).
I have Indonesian passport and Irish Residence Permit Stamp 2. I visited https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa and this sentence: "You must also have an Irish biometric visa (marked ‘BC’ or ‘BC BIVS’ in the ‘Remarks’ section)" made me unsure whether I am exempt from transit visa or not. Ireland abolished re-entry visa (http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Re-entry+visas) so there is nothing in my Passport to confirm the remarks section as showing my Irish Residence Permit card would replace the Re-Entry visa
Is there anyone that can confirm whether I need/not need UK transit visa?