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The suspension only concerns the issuance of the Two-way Travel Pass to Taiwan with G endorsement (private tourism) for Mainland residents (including those abroad on tourist visas, but not for people living abroad on student visa valid longer than a year or with a residence permit). The G endorsement was on a pilot run only for residents in certain cities; ...


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Cut fhe pipe in half, then re-assemble it aftsr the flight with a union joint, which you can probably buy where you bought the pipe.


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The page you linked to states: In addition, for travellers over 11 years of age: A. If you are arriving from a country on the list below, even if you are in transit, or if you have been there in the last 30 days you must present a negative test result carried out less than 72 hours before boarding. You will not be allowed to board without this document. ...


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The main reason is that not all passengers will remain in the plane for the whole "way", and there would be to many empty seats. For example Singapore to Houston with Singapore Airlines, this is routed with a short stop via Manchester. Manchester Houston is considered as a 5th freedom route, people in that plane could have bought a ticket from ...


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Assuming you booked this travel on 1 ticket, and you stay in the transit (airside) you won't need a test. If these were 2 separate tickets, and you have to leave the transit to get your bags and check them in again you would need a test. But what keeps you away from testing? First you wouldn't need to worry if you need a test in France or not, and second it ...


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Airlines offering these fares operate outside their "normal" market and into a foreign market in which they typically have very little market share or assets. Also the flights are typically paid for and put forth in light of the main itinerary, not the sub itineraries. One can consider any revenue captured on sub itineraries gravy. As such they ...


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Not really an answer, but just a vague data point. I do remember doing a fueling stop in Bangor, Maine on the way from Frankfurt to LA. As far as I remember, we were sequestered in the terminal and not allowed to get out. That was a problem, since they only had vending machines and no way to make change, which was really annoying. However, that was a LONG ...


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As others have said and implied, this would at least look like smuggling. Don't try it. I'm not familiar with the current COVID regulations at the Hong Kong airport, but why do you have to meet someone in person? If you know where the item is, and you are dealing with an honest person who would give it to you personally, why can't you get them to deliver it ...


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There are two different issues here: Not breaking the law. An UK/Polish dual citizen can stay in the EU without time limit. (There are rules how other EU states can deny entry, but they have nothing to do with overstaying. Threats to public order or public health, for example.) Not giving the appearance of having broken the law. An UK/Polish dual citizen ...


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Your best bet is to contact the airport. The simplistic approach, where your friend just shows up at the airport and hands you the item isn't going to work, unless you have a visa that will let you exit the international area or your friend can get access to it. However it is possible that if you ask nicely and explain then your friend can hand the item to ...


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