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International Connecting Flights at Pudong Airport?


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Old 06-14-2008, 04:58 PM
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Default International Connecting Flights at Pudong Airport?

I searched for information on-line and it was unsuccessful. I will be traveled from Bangkok, Thailand to Shianghai, Pudong airport. Then, two hours later, I will be connecting to the American Airlines going to Chicago. Do I need any type of transit visa? I am holding a US passport. I thought, it would be considered as International Connecting flights. Based on the information that I have, I will be arrival in Terminal 1, at Pudong and depart to the USA, at Terminal 2. Anyone who has the experience, please let me know where or what web site I could obtain the information. Thank you.
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Old 06-14-2008, 05:27 PM
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Default International Connecting Flights at Pudong Airport?

If you don't plan on leaving the airport you'll be fine - no visa required. I hold a passport from an African country thats well scrutinized everywhere because of the bad economy but i've always successfully transited through several countries china included .. o and the worst that ever happened was in spain i was held for the duration of my lay over and then escoted to the plane - that shouldn't happen to you
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