visa not required:
- for those continuing their journey to a third country within 24 hours, provided holding confirmed onward tickets and all documents required for country of destination.
Hi Gaby85 and many thanks for all the helpful info. I'm an Indian passport holder travelling from Amman to Dubai with a transit in Beirut. Have about 7 hours transit in Beirut & so was wondering if i could get a transit visa on landing there, exit the airport for about 4 hours and then make it back for my connecting flight to Dubai..?
I do not work in the UAE and am on a tourist visa
You can try and ask for a transit visa, but as far as I know they don't grant transit visa for Indian passport holders.
hi gabi, in an italian passport holder, i have an alitalia flight from rome fco to beirut which land at 2.00 and at 8.10 am i'll have to take another flight (MEA) to amman for spending a week in jordan and the week after i'll come back to beirut from Amman (MEA) for spending a long week end in lebbanon before flying back to rome, always with alitalia.
may i stay in the transit area without taking the visa?
have i to take the jordan visa before leaving or i can take it landing in amman?
thank you in advance for your support
Hi Gaby, thanks for your answer, but what i forgot to tell you is that the 2 flights, alitalia and mea, are separated, so standing at what you say i have two chances:
- travel just with my hand baggage, doing the online check in for the mea flight and wait in the transit area;
- travel with a luggage to board, going through the custom controls, recover my luggage, do the check in with mea, and going out from lebbanon after few hours to jordan. in this case won't it be a problem gettin in in lebbanon after 6 days, true?
thanks a lot for your support