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Going south and entering the US, you will have to pass US Immigration. You'll do so at the US CBP Preclearance Facility at the Winnipeg airport, before you board your first flight. That makes the Winnipeg > Chicago flight effectively a "domestic" US flight. When you arrive at ORD, you'll just deplane and find your departure gate. You may have to pass ...


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If your flights are on the same booking, your luggage will be transferred to your next flight so you don’t need to worry about that. As your flight is with United airlines, all of those leave from terminal 1 so you don’t have to pass security to change terminal. As you are travelling with a 2 1/2 year old with a car seat you should probably contact the ...


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Officially, having a US visa allows you to exit Incheon airport during a transit, but only when you are traveling to or from the US. Anecdotally, I have heard that Korean immigration officials have allowed transiting passengers with a US visa to leave the airport even if they are not traveling to or from the US. I would not count on this, though, as it is ...


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You aren’t visa free to South Korea. You can only transit without a visa if you stay in the departures area. You will need to apply for a visit visa to exit the airport.


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As we have discussed here before, Munich is an extraordinarily efficient airport. Even when things are really bad I wouldn't expect immigration (you need a Schengen visa to go to Munich btw) to take more than 30 minutes, typically less than ten. So by all means you will be out in less than an hour, with a little luck it can be as little as 30 minutes (I ...


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