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Timatic (the database used by airlines to determine eligibility and required documentation -- note that I randomly picked UK citizenship, you may want to "change search" to get results for your actual citizenship) currently states: Admission and Transit Restrictions: Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit. Information: This does not apply ...


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From the official instructions: Our transfer passengers, coming from an international point and continuing to an international destination with Turkish Airlines, whose flight routes are not arranged with a single ticket* Learn more Get your baggage from the international arrival hall. Go to the international terminal and the related airline’s counter for ...


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To answer the question, as others have said, No, you generally can't do international-to-international transit in the U.S. without clearing entry immigration inspection and, thus, entering the United States. (There have existed a handful of narrow exceptions to this over the years, such as for passengers continuing on a fifth-freedom flight to another third ...


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The US has never generally disallowed entry by air for non-essential reasons. Only entry by land to the US is limited to essential travel (the current order is here for the Canadian border and here for the Mexican border). Foreign tourists are now able to (and have been able to any time during the COVID-19 pandemic) enter the US by air, as long as they have ...


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No, there is no transit exception to the travel ban for travellers from the Schengen area. Transiting at a U.S. airport requires you to be admitted into the U.S. as separate international transit areas like in some other countries are not available.


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