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Putting them in checked package is simpler and safer. In theory you cannot leave such bottles on the original packages, but if you do not have other liquids, you may interpret that the original packages is the transparent bag. Often you can pass the security check in similar cases: security staff can see the interior (and check which kind of liquid and size)...


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No, security requires the bottles be removed from the original packaging. The Heathrow.com page on Security contains this text about carrying liquids with you into the cabin: Liquids - 100 ml rule Only limited quantities of liquids may be carried through airport security into the departure lounge. This includes bottled drinks, suntan lotion, fragrances, ...


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Whitley Bridge is a rural station in Yorkshire, near Leeds, about 250 km north of London. According to Wikipedia it is only served by a few trains a day, so unless you are traveling at exactly the right time, you'll need to take a taxi or local bus from a nearby station with better service, such as Selby, Knottingley or one of the Pontefract stations. If ...


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Reference links - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-rules/immigration-rules-appendix-v-visitor-rules Section - PART V7. TRANSIT VISITOR


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You can purchase stamps and deposit letters in postboxes after security in each terminal (the online terminal map does not appear to say where exactly these are), so as long as your gift fits into the post box and you are able to buy enough stamps, then it is probably possible to send the item. If you must use an actual post office, you would need to be ...


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I have just obtained two ticket prices from the Trainline website. The first was from Attleborough to Heathrow Airport, the second from Attleborough only to Kings Cross station. It is obvious from the pricing and the routing that the first covers the journey all the way to Heathrow. For Heathrow, there are two options: 2 changes of train, or 3 changes of ...


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The short answer is yes. To be more specific, there are a few possibilities here depending on exactly what you bought. In short, there are three different ways to get to Heathrow by rail for your purposes — there's the main-line Heathrow Express train which runs from London Paddington station and is very fast (15 minutes from Paddington), the slower ...


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Yes, it does, but you will not be able to make any extra stops on the tube. You will be able to use it to go on the tube from Kings Cross to Paddington.


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Short Answer: Flying from Canada to LHR to India, your stay at LHR is only a few hours. You can stay airside, not pass through UK Immigration, and transit without a visa. Flying from India to LHR to Canada, you'll be in the UK overnight. Because the Terminal closes at night, you'll need to pass through UK Immigration to landside when you arrive, spend ...


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