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No chance. The Green Line 757 bus seems to take around 1h20m give or take a few minutes, and they're only hourly so if you don't time it well you could be waiting an hour. It's a reasonable walk at Victoria Coach Station to the Tube Station. Then you've got quite a reasonable tube journey to Heathrow of over 50 minutes. Add on time to get through Luton (...


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The answer is "No", it's inconceivable. Five hours would be 50/50. You can see literally 100s of references on the www... https://www.londontoolkit.com/travel/heathrow_luton_bus_transfer.htm The absolute minimum time with no contingency between flights that you should contemplate making a transfer between Heathrow and Luton is 4.5 hours. Note ...


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Added warning: read the whole answer before you read the first lines which discuss road transport. Rome2Rio says the road part of this journey will take an hour and a half. Going by taxi or private car will halve the time, and double the cost. Remember that the time estimates do not include time to stand in line to clear immigration and customs at Luton, nor ...


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As to the visa part of the question: This UK govt site is a self-check for UK visas. Entering your friend's info (citizen of Ukraine, coming to the UK on her way to somewhere else, and presuming the Stansted > Bulgaria flight departs from Stansted on the same calendar day as her arrival at Stansted and she will not leave the Stansted terminal) returns she ...


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Not a chance! IIRC domestic arrivals exit landside and re-enter airside through passport and security control, which won't be that quick. You should not book this on separate reservations. In fact the minimum connection time domestic-international at IST is 90 minutes.


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If these are two seperate tickets, you have no chance of making it. If this is a single ticket, it's doable but tight. Your best shot is probably to take the Aero Train. https://www.flydulles.com/iad/aerotrain-washington-dulles-international-airport Unfortuantely there is no stop in Terminal D, so on arrival you need to hike all the way to the end of ...


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Finnlines has instructions for foot passengers on its website: https://www.finnlines.com/ferry-trips/contact/harbours-and-driving-instructions/travemunde It contains the following mention: Please be aware that there is no walkway from the Lübeck-Travemünde Skandinavienkai train station to the Skandinavienkai Terminal. As a foot passenger you will be taken ...


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For the purpose of immigration all of Schengen can be considered on "country", and flights between countries in within the Schengen area operate pretty much the way domestic flights do elsewhere. Within the Schengen area such flights are called "internal" flights. Airport in the Schengen zone have usually two areas, an "International ...


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I think it is reliable, I have booked through both opodo and gotogate, no issues what-so-ever. I have also had a missed connection in CDG, at which AirFrance gave me food vouchers and re-booked me onto the next flight. It's quite common for airlines not to sell tickets together if you are in doubt buy the tickets on AF seperately.


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Just from looking at a map of the area, my instinct is that this would be very tight. Probably doable with a taxi but not likely on foot is my rough assessment of the matter. However, a more important question is, does it matter? What sort of train journey are you making? If it is a relatively local one (within Schleswig-Holstein, or to Hamburg) it is quite ...


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