Some airports report themselves how many transfer passengers they have (or at least what's the % of all passengers). E.g. Schiphol (AMS) had 71.053 million passengers in 2018, of which 36.6% were transfers, for a total of 26 million transited passengers. Heathrow claims a figure of 24 million transited passengers, 30% of its total.
According to the paper ...
I (the OP) have now traveled from Casablanca to London, connecting via Madrid. I am posting this answer in the hope that it might help someone in a similar situation. I have revised the answer on the basis of new information and comments.
Back in Casablanca they printed a boarding card that stated the second leg would leave from gate H, which seemingly ...
The free train between terminal 4 and 2/3 is part of TfL Rail's Heathrow-Paddington line. Some services go only to terminal 2/3; others continue to Paddington (and are not free except for the bit between terminals 4 and 2/3).
They run from roughly 5 AM to midnight on most days; 6 AM to midnight on Sundays.
If you're transiting, you probably won't want the ...
Yes, you'll go through US customs and immigration in Vancouver (known as "preclearance"; source: US Customs and Border Patrol). That means that changing planes in San Francisco will be just like changing between two domestic flights. You don't mention the length of your layover in Vancouver; I hope it's long enough for you to get through preclearance.
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– Proceed to your boarding gate.*
* Via Immigration/Passport control if you are transferring to a Schengen flight at terminal 2D or 2F.
Since you're transferring to a non-Schengen flight at terminal 2E, the immigration checkpoint does not apply to you.
This forum post outlines a 2E to 2C trip:
Disembark and follow the signs for "Correspondances/Flight Transfers."
You will pass some info desks. These agents tend to be very helpful and should be your first stop if you have questions and/or need onward boarding passes printed. Greet them with "Bonjour," switch to English, and they'll generally treat you well....
Travelling from Taipei to Chiayi, and then directly to Alishan National Park is already a very long journey, the 7329 bus journey from Chiayi HSR to Alishan is over 2 hours in itself. Adding Fenqihu into the trip will definitely be stretching your time significantly - you will be spending more time travelling than standing still, although the Forest Railway ...
You’re coming from a Schengen country into Munich and departing to a non-Schengen but EU country. Your itinerary consists only of Star Alliance flights (Adria Airways and Lufthansa). This means that you will be arriving at and departing from terminal 2 which is used exclusively by Lufthansa and its Star Alliance partners. You will need to clear exit ...
Timatic says that you will need a visa for Thailand:
Transit - Thailand (TH)
TWOV (Transit Without Visa):
Passengers transiting through Bangkok (BKK) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country within 12 hours. They must stay in the international transit area of the airport and have documents required for the next destination.
You do not need any visa to enter Canada, because you have the Canadian travel document itself.
Further, you don't need any document to enter Canada because you are already in Canada.
And you don't need any sort of international travel documents for a purely domestic flight.
You do need the travel document to return to Canada after your trip to Egypt.
No, because Ukrainian citizens don’t need a visa to visit France in the first place (provided they hold a biometric passport). Additionally, it may well be that the passenger will stay airside without passing through immigration at all. Are there any special circumstances?
This question gives details of what kind of visa you are need to transit the Schengen area. A Canadian visa helps you only if it is valid, which yours us not. You need to apply for a Schengen transit visa.
It is up to the airline to let you board the flight, just call them and ask what their policy is, personally I have been both rejected once when going to China and allowed once when going to Australia in the same situation and it has nothing to do with Schengen and all to do whether the airline requires your visa to be valid at the time of boarding or at the ...
As an Australian transiting through Shanghai, you're actually entitled to the 144-hour visa, which lets you go anywhere in the Shanghai area and beyond. So that part is definitely fine.
It's been a while since I was last in Pudong, but assuming it's similar to Beijing, there is clear signage on arrival for where to go for on-arrival visas. Once you've ...
You can check what kind of visa you need to transit in the UK here. However the short answer is that both of you need a visa to transit in the UK.
You can apply for either an Airside visa, in which case you cannot leave the airport, or a Landside visa which will allow you to pass through immigration and visit London
First, note that you will need either a transit visa or a visitor visa for Canada, which must be applied for in advance. The government of Canada has a nice webpage where you can find out what you'll need. Since you said that you'll only be in Toronto Pearson for 6 hours, and assuming that you're an Ethiopian citizen, I'll assume that you would be applying ...
The following assumes you will travel on an Ethiopian passport and do not possess any other passports:
You will need a visa to leave the airport in Canada.
You probably need a visa to transit Canada regardless, as Ethiopia is not listed on the TWOV eligibility criteria here.
You need a visa for UAE in order to change airports.
Because your initial flight lands at DWC, and your connecting flight departs fromm DXB, you must clear immigration at DWC, take ground transportation to DXB, and exit immigration at DXB to reach your connecting flight.
Contact your airline for help with obtaining the UAE transit visa. These can be ...
Yes, if your Schengen visa is valid for multiple entries. People with multiple-entry visa for a Schengen country (or an EU country or the US) may enter Bosnia and Herzegovina on the basis of that visa for a stay of up to 30 days (yours will be more like 30 minutes).
Reference from the embassy to India:
(1) Citizens of the countries with whom Bosnia and ...
I've looked into this on several occasions.
Based on my research there was no simple way to travel between the two islands.
The ferry takes too long and is not a direct service. (I also read on other forums that the journey can get quite unpleasant)
Road takes way too long.
Air was the best option but meant laying over for a couple of hours, and via KL ...
Indonesian nationals normally need a visa to visit South Korea, but when you have a USA visa and are on a journey to or from the USA you can use the transit tourist program to take one of several short guided tours. Stop at the Transit Tour desk in Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 to book a tour.
If you booked a single booking with Emirates, with flights on Emirates and flydubai, your baggage will be checked through to your final destination.
If you’re travelling from an Emirates destination and connecting onto flydubai, your baggage will be checked through to your final destination.
If you’re travelling from a flydubai destination and ...
A US permanent resident does not need a UK transit visa in any case, provided that she can show her green card, so your wife does not need a visa for this trip.
There is also a case to be made that the UK must allow her to transit under the EU free movement regime, because she is traveling to join you. But the EEA family permit is not issued for that ...