Asked by Nathan from United Kingdom | Oct. 24, 2018 08:57
About:72-Hour Visa-Free Transit


Thanks in advance!
Australian booking flights and going to utilise the 72 hour twov.

If i buy a one way direct flight from London to Guangzhou with airline A but my second flight with airline B is Guangzhou to London (with stopover in Bangkok) will that be viewed as an ineligible LHR-CAN-LHR or an eligible LHR-CAN-BKK-LHR?

My understanding for the trip back to London is that it's separate boarding passes so it should be fine. But if not i'll fork out the extra for a direct from CAN-BKK and then BKK-LHR.

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Answered by Rob | Oct. 24, 2018 11:32
Separate carriers and tickets are fine. Chinese immigration only see you as LHR-CAN-BKK which is obviously ok for twov.
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