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The 6 month rule applies only to entry, not for transiting the UAE. You will be able to transit airside, but you won't be able to pass UAE immigration. When you arrive at AUH just follow the signs for Flight Transfer. It is approximately a 20 minute walk between the terminals.


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There's no public bus from Podgorica airport, so the train is the only public transport option. There's no desk at the Aerodrom station, so you get the ticket on the train, though the conductor likely won't get to you by the time you reach Podgorica, meaning you could get a free ride. As for local roads and driving habits, definitely not recommended for an ...


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You can only buy tax-free if you have a boarding pass for an international flight with you; they want to see it. Therefore, it is mostly irrelevant if you can make it to that area or not, but my guess is you can't. You claim you are flying on internatioanlly after ten days, you will be able to shop then.


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I don't think this is possible: When you land at either of 2E's concourses, you are airside for immigration purposes, but landside for security purposes. To enter either of 2E's shopping areas, you need to go through security. I would be surprised if they let you go through (they check and scan boarding passes). I know they will at least tell you it's the ...


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CDG is quite huge and confusing as per my experience. So, if you have more time then only do your shopping. As you can see you have to go through Security while going to 2F. Thus, if you have a proper time you can. Regarding taxfree, You can claim your tax back before you head home (you can't claim now while entering Europe). If you find yourself inside ...


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You can take the train to the airport. You would have to change trains at Warsaw Zachodnia, from where a suburban train takes you to the airport in 15 minutes. You can probably do this all on one ticket even.


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TL;DR: You may miss the connection, but it's probably not a big deal if you do. 2 hours is feasible if all goes well. Unlike Sydney, all terminals are MEL are directly connected and it's only a few minutes walk from T2 to T3. However, Immigration and Customs at Melbourne can be quite slow, particularly in the early morning when long-haul flights like ...


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If you looking nearby airport then Northolt Airport is just 5-miles away from Harrow, and if you are looking airport that easily reachable by public transport then London Heathrow Airport.


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FLL is in the process of building airside corridors between its four terminals. However, at this time only one of them is complete, that between T3 and T4. The rest are expected to be completed by 2022. If you stay in the same terminal, or if you are going between T3 and T4, you won't have to clear security again (unless you arrive on an international ...


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This airport doesn't have an airside pedestrian access, nor airside buses or trams. All transfers between terminals are accomplished by exiting the terminal and taking shuttle buses that run regularly around the airport from one terminal to the next. Assuming your first flight has departure from a US airport, whether you'll go through security again at Ft. ...


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