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Published on April 1st, 2013 | by Simon
If you are taking a series of one way flights you may not know where or when you want to move on from your upcoming destination.
Unfortunately, most countries offering the convenience of visa on arrival (whether paid or not) have regulations which demand you have an onward air ticket to qualify. In decades of travel, I have never been asked for proof by any immigration agent, but increasingly airlines are requiring this when you check in for your flight. I have been asked to show proof of onward travel by Air Berlin, Air Asia, Fly Dubai, and Jetstar. It’s not a given but if you cannot provide it, no amount of convincing will work and you have no way of knowing if the checkin staff will ask for evidence.
So what to do.
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