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Asked by Guest from Australia | Dec. 01, 2019 07:40
About:144-Hour Visa-Free Transit

Transit visa

Is there any restriction on regions or airlines? Can I fly Singapore to Shanghai on Singapore air and then Shanghai to Hong Kong on Hong Kong Airlines? Or must my tickets be the same airline? Is it ok to take such a large detour to Shanghai when Singapore and Hong Kong are so close? Thank you.

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Answered by Janez from Slovenia | Dec. 01, 2019 07:59
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You are definitely and undeniably allowed to use:

- separate tickets
- different airlines
- taking a large detour

For example, there are passengers using 144 hour visa free transit from Hong Kong to Macau via Beijing :) In other words, your proposed itinerary is perfectly eligible for 144 hour visa free transit.

By the way, this is not a visa, but 144 hour visa free transit. There is no visa at all.
Answered by Guest from Japan | Dec. 02, 2019 04:34
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Thank you very much
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