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Asked by SHAMACK | Oct. 18, 2017 05:26
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72-Hour Transit at PEK

Can I fly from Singapore to Beijing on one airline and fly to Kuala Lumpur on a different airline and still qualify for the 72-hour transit? The airline I would be flying in and out of China on would be different airlines and different tickets. Is this still ok for the 72-hour transit?

Many thanks!

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Answered by Anna from Italy | Oct. 19, 2017 01:47
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Hi, it is fine to enjoy the visa-free transit policy when using different airlines. Actually, as long as you hold the through ticket, which should be booked together.
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