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Layover in FCO without Schengen visa

There are no hotels inside FCO's "airside" area. Thus, If you want to stay in a hotel, you must pass Schengen Immigration, collect your luggage (if any), and pass Schengen Customs, then go ...
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Layover in FCO without Schengen visa

FCO doesn't appear to have any airside sleeping accommodations Some sources claim that as recently as March 2022 the airport is closed at night between 0:00 and 3:00 for Covid related cleaning. I wasn'...
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Do non-Schengen flight crews working in and out of the area, fall foul of the 90/180 day rule?

Normally, flight crew members will enter the Schengen area on the basis of a pilot's license or crew certificate (see Annex VII, item 2 of the Schengen Borders Code), which is not to be stamped (see ...
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