Tricky transits

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  • traveldoc1
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    HEL is generally one of the most efficient airports for transit. And if you arrive from a European destination for onward transfer you do not even have to go though security again, thus speeding tings up enormously.


    Daan
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    No need to worry AT ALL. You’re connecting from non-Schengen to non-Schengen, so no passport control and just a swift baggage control in a new-ish area. I would say 60 minutes would be plenty already, it’s really an easy one. Forget about the casino, it has gone for over a year now.


    RHMAngel
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    Dear (construction & operations) Gods

    Please please, be all like Singapore’s Changi or Japan’s airports.

    Airports & staff from hell – you belong to Satan.


    SimonS1
    Participant

    The connection from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 in Mumbai is interesting. In the end I piled all my stuff in a rickshaw and it was about USD 1.

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