1) You won't need a visa: US citizens are allowed visa-free entry to Britain
2) Go through arrivals
3) you'll need to pass through security to get airside again
4) it can take a hour or more each way to get through passport control and customs, and security Check with BA how long they recommend, but expect to need 1-2 hours to clear on arrival and the ...
All visitors transiting the US have to actually enter the US, going through passport control, baggage reclaim and customs.
In your case, this means you need a visa for the US. You may apply either for a transit visa (C) or a regular visitor visa (B1/B2).
The rules for transiting in Dublin, as given by Timatic, the database which airlines use to verify passenger travel documents:
TWOV (Transit Without Visa):
Visa required, except for Passengers
transiting through Dublin (DUB) with a confirmed onward ticket for a
flight to a third country. They must:
arrive at and depart from Terminal 2, and
To use your L-2 visa to enter the US (including for transit), you have to be eligible for L-2 status. L-2 status applies to dependents of someone in L-1 status, which, in your case, is your husband.
You've indicated that your husband, from whose L-1 status your L-2 status is derived, continues to work for his employer in the US. So there is no reason to ...
I've done a similar transfer in the other direction recently. The Domestic and International wings of the airport are only a 10-min walk apart. If you check in to both flights in advance, with electronic boarding passes, and have no bags, the connection will be straightforward. However, DPS-SIN is an international flight, so you will need to clear ...
According to Timatic, transiting without a visa is possible for Tunisian citizens as follows:
Passengers transiting through Zurich (ZRH) and arriving from a non-Schengen Member State with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country which is not a Schengen Member State. They must:
stay in the international transit area of the airport, and
I did this a few months ago.
For Korean Airlines (free transit hotel):
You need to wait until you arrive in Incheon to request the overnight hotel. Usually it is granted within a few minutes of getting to the assistant desk.
You can't book it before arriving as it's on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you arrive they will most likely put you in a hotel ...
As of this writing, Indian citizens with "ordinary" (i.e., not diplomatic or service) passports need an airport transit visa only in the Czech Republic, Germany, and Spain. They do not need an airport transit visa for transit in Italy, as you have found at the page linked in the question. So your family members will not require an airport transit visa for ...
Taiwan's Bureau of Consular Affairs maintains a webpage where visa information for the Republic of China (R.O.C., or Taiwan) is presented in English. That page contains the following, which sets requirements for a Pakistani citizen (as well as citizens of the other 16 countries listed, which names I've omitted from this Answer) to obtain a visa to enter ...
According to Timatic, yes, you need a visa. https://www.timaticweb2.com/integration/external.php?ref=d975cfc59f5c0abd06d16e872198110b
Transit without a visa is possible for Filipino passengers transiting through:
Bangalore (BLR), Chennai (MAA), Delhi (DEL), Kolkata (CCU) or Mumbai (BOM) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country within ...
The "in transit" term usually means that you are taking the same mode of transport in and out. But if you are transferring from a ship to a plane, that's not really transit. So I would suggest "No".
For the purposes of ESTA, it doesn't really matter either way, since you would get the same kind of entry permission (the Visa Waiver Program) no matter which ...
The operating carrier (United) is the relevant airline here, as opposed to the marketing carrier (Lufthansa). For checking on status, it may be helpful to note that your MUC-IAD flight is United 107, and your IAD-PHX flight is United 1947.
While Dulles is not a great gateway, you are in relative luck insofar as United has its own international arrivals ...
I have already travelled this route with a similar itinerary. The perks of travelling with China Eastern is that the prices are cheap and the food is pretty rad for the money you pay. Unfortunately, most of these flights can have a long layover time and sometimes (like it happened with me on this specific itinerary) you have to take the checked luggage out ...
You require a South African tourist visa since you will be entering South Africa at OR Tambo International Airport and then catching a bus to Eswatini (Swaziland).
For other interested persons, Swaziland has changed the official name to Eswatini.
According to Timatic transiting without a visa is possible for passengers with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country within 24 hours. They must stay in the international transit area of the airport and have documents required for the next destination.
TWOV does not apply to passengers departing to Sevastopol (UKS) or Simferopol (SIP).
If the two flights are booked as a single ticket, then Cathay Pacific think this is doable, and they will provide assistance and rebooking if they don’t make it because the first flight is delayed.
Incoming transit passengers do go through security checks before they can access the departure area, but this is a quick and efficient process in HKIA.
If the ...
75 minutes transit in HK is normally not an issue since your baggage etc will be checked through
But a few things you need to be aware of
You mentioned senior citizens, some times the distance between gates can be very long if you are unlucky.
If you arrive at a very busy time the transit security checkpoint can be very crowded dramatically increasing ...
A common-format residence card is one issued by an EEA or EU country whose design matches the one shown here. The most important features to look for is the red-blue-red background pattern, and stars and a bull symbol on the left-hand side above the photo. (The background pattern on the right is a national design that differs between member countries).
Here are the requirements for TVOW
TWOV (Transit Without Visa):
Passengers transiting through Dublin (DUB) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country. They must:
arrive at and depart from Terminal 2, and
be transiting between 04:00 and 16:00 on the same calendar day, and
stay in the international transit area of the ...
According to https://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/services/visas/visit-transit/visit-visa-entry-permit.html#notes you need a visa by virtue of your nationality, per the notes at the end of the visa requirements table. You might be able to transit with your travel document direct by air, providing you don’t leave the transit area, providing your document qualifies as ...
The flydubai website FAQ states, in relevant part:
When do I need an OK to Board approval to fly with flydubai?
An OK to Board approval from flydubai is mandatory for India and Pakistan citizens travelling from the below cities:
Indian citizens: flying from Kochi, Kozhikode, Delhi or Hyderabad. The approval is required only if you have a paper ...
From United's map of LAX there is a secure walkway from terminal 7 to terminal 6 (see the dotted line on the image)
Thus you will not have to exit and re-enter security when changing terminals. So a 1 hour connection should be OK.
On a personal note, I once landed at Terminal 4, and followed the signs to Tom Bradley (via the dotted lines) and kept ...
Yes, you do. When changing airports you have to enter Thailand and leave the transit area.
You can try Visa on arrival
The list of countries eligible for Transit Without Visa (TWOV) is available on the Australian Home Affairs web site. Sri Lanka is not on that list - you'll need a transit visa.
You can apply for a transit visa (subclass 771) here
As far as I know, there is no airside transfer between Terminal 3 and any other terminal (Terminal 3 is the low cost terminal for charter flights and very low cost carriers — even EasyJet don’t use it).
You will have to deplane, go through immigration, reclaim your bags, go through customs, transfer to Terminal 3 (a bit of a walk + CDGVAL + more walk) and ...
Any traveller transiting through Panama's Tocumen Airport (PTY) does not need a special visa in the following circumstances:
The period between flights is less than 9 hours
You do not leave through Tocumen Airport Immigration gates into Panama City.
If your layover is ever longer than 9 hours, talk to your airline about any special requirements before ...