I am interested to go to Upper mustang area of Nepal, and found a local company Upper mustang trek and tours inc. I am going to travel with them and already book the package, can any one suggest me about it, anybody know about this trekking agency in Nepal.
For Tuesday 2nd September 2017, between 05.45 am – 12.45 pm at Manchester, the airline says no flights were made either incoming or outgoing due to weather conditions. Is this true?
I M TRAVELLING TO DENMARK WITH SCHENGEN VISA TYPE C SINGLE ENTRY FOR 21 DAYS
CAN I TRAVEL TO PARIS OR SWITZERLAND AND BACK TO DENMARK WITH the SAME VISA.
I just have a quick question/confirmation regarding the 6 month expiry rule.
I am travelling from the UK to the USA on 2nd of Sept to 17th Sept 2019.
My passport is set to expire 09 March 2020, so the 6 month range will occur mid-holiday.
As far as I can see on the USA and Ireland websites, the 6 month rule does not apply to UK citizens:
Ireland – https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/ireland/entry-requirements
If you’re using a passport to enter Ireland, it should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay; you don’t need any additional period of validity on your passport beyond this.
USA – https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/non-immigrant-visa-faqs/passport-and-travel-documents/
For certain nationalities, the passport or other travel document must be valid for at least six months beyond the proposed stay in the United States. The six-month requirement does not apply to United Kingdom passports.
I tried contacting my airline to confirm that I should be fine as is, but they just replied with the following:
[Airline] is required to comply with all government passport and visa requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure you are permitted to enter or transit all countries on your itinerary. While we cannot strictly advise you on individual requirements, you can check requirements by visiting the IATA Travel Centre at https://iatatravelcentre.com.
I also ran my details through the IATA website and that all turns up green, but I’m just hoping someone can give further confirmation that I should be fine as is?
I’d rather afford paying out the nose for express passport and ticket modifications if possible.
She will fly from Bangkok to George Town, Cayman Island but needs to pass through Heathrow London Airport as she has a connecting flight there and layover for 4 hours. in that case , will she need a transit visa in London airport for her connecting flight ( BKK, Thailand- Heathrow London airport- Goerge town, Cayman Island)? Please share your experiences with us.. Thank you
I just would like to check if I can apply for a Mexican tourist visa as an Iranian citizen.
I want to travel from Istanbul to Canada using Turkish Airlines. I have an Iranian passport and student visa for Canada. From what I’ve heard, I don’t need a transit visa for my layovers but it seems Turkish Airlines might check for one. Will they?
For those who don’t know, the UK rail network was largely privatised in the 1990s. Whether or not rail privatisation is a good thing is still very much up for debate, but even most pro-privatisation people feel the way it was done wasn’t the right way! One upshot is that most non-trivial journeys will involve travel on trains operated by more than one train company.
Let’s consider a hypothetical journey, A to D with a change of trains at C. The A-C journey is to be operated by TrainCoA, C-D by TrainCoB. Unfortunately, the A-C train is cancelled, so you end up getting a later train A-B, another B-C, and then a later train than you’d planned C-D. Oh, and then the C-D train you eventually caught was very late too. Everything was bought on a single ticket.
In this situation, which train company do claim compensation from? TrainCoA, as their initial cancellation was your first delay? TrainCoB, as their C-D delay was the largest delay on your journey? TrainCoC, who ran the A-B journey that you got instead, as they were the first company who’s trains you managed to take? Or can you take advantage of the privatised nature of the system, review the compensation policies of all three train operating companies, and apply for compensation from whichever company has the most generous compensation for your sequence of delays? (Many of the companies have different minimum delays before compensation is due, and different exclusions on what their delay compensation covers….)
Do I need to supply last 3 months salary slips to apply for a Schengen tourist visa? I recently registered a limited company and will only receive my first pay at the end of this month. I would like to go to the Netherlands next month. The required documents state that “7. Salary Slips (last 03 months) (if employed)”.
Does this apply to people that are self employed?
So far I’ve found two, Canal & Bay Tours, and Panama Marine Adventures. Some of them have mediocre reviews. There are others, like Barefoot Panama, but they seem to be only intermediaries.
Which are the actual operators that offers full or partial Panama Canal transit tours?