I am flying from New York to Islamabad and am connecting in the UK. The flight from New York to the UK will be with United Airlines.
Will United need to see a Pakistani visa or authorization to enter to board the plane? I am allowed to enter the UK with my Canadian passport.
I ask because I need to pick up my Pakistani national ID in the UK, during my connection (10+ hours), and then fly with that + my passport to Pakistan.
I have tried calling United Airlines and have received mixed answers each time. One United representative said I could get a 30-day visa on arrival in the airport in Pakistan so I'd be OK to fly, but I checked and apparently for that visa I need to be a part of a tour group.
I really just need to know if United cares about my final destination visa or if they leave that to the last-leg airline.