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  1. #13061

    Narita Security

    Yes, mid travel security check is a pain in the butt.

    NO, they have not stopped requiring check at Narita.

    I travel multiple times DFW NRT HAN.

    Each time security check in Narita.

    Happy hunting.

    Rainman.

    I have heard that, about a year ago, Narita airport stopped requiring US transit passengers to undergo security checks to go to connecting flights. Is this true? In two weeks, I'll be flying United from Houston to Manila via Narita. I always hated that damn transit security screen at Narita.

  2. #13060

    Narita Security

    Yes, mid travel security check is a pain in the butt.

    No, they have not stopped requiring check at Narita.

    I travel multiple times DFW NRT HAN.

    Each time security check in Narita.

    Happy hunting.

    Rainman.

    I have heard that, about a year ago, Narita airport stopped requiring US transit passengers to undergo security checks to go to connecting flights. Is this true? In two weeks, I'll be flying United from Houston to Manila via Narita. I always hated that damn transit security screen at Narita.

  3. #13059
    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalGuy  [View Original Post]
    I have heard that, about a year ago, Narita airport stopped requiring US transit passengers to undergo security checks to go to connecting flights. Is this true? In two weeks, I'll be flying United from Houston to Manila via Narita. I always hated that damn transit security screen at Narita.
    That is only when you are not getting on a plane to the USA. If you are coming from the USA and going to Manila then you no longer go through the security phase. But going the other way you do.

  4. #13058
    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalGuy  [View Original Post]
    I have heard that, about a year ago, Narita airport stopped requiring US transit passengers to undergo security checks to go to connecting flights. Is this true? In two weeks, I'll be flying United from Houston to Manila via Narita. I always hated that damn transit security screen at Narita.

    RG.
    It wasn't a year ago bc I had to go thru it a little while back.

    Mid January, 2020 I transit thru NRT via United to Manila and as I got off the plane, like usual there was a uniformed gate person holding signs for transit passengers to go a certain way. To my surprise I walked right out to the gate waiting area. No security screening! For a minute I had a brain freeze and didn't know what to do.

    So, no more secondary screening for United transit passengers.

  5. #13057

    Narita Security Check for US Transit Passengers?

    I have heard that, about a year ago, Narita airport stopped requiring US transit passengers to undergo security checks to go to connecting flights. Is this true? In two weeks, I'll be flying United from Houston to Manila via Narita. I always hated that damn transit security screen at Narita.

    RG.

  6. #13056
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    EVA knew that in advance. Its a piss-off that they did not notify you (and all customers) in advance to re-book your flight.
    Yes they don't accept China, Taiwan, hongkong.

    Taiwan has raised the case, they don't like to be mixed with China.

  7. #13055
    Quote Originally Posted by Fizzman1970  [View Original Post]
    Last night I had a flight to go to the Philippines from Chicago, but Eva air wouldn't let me check-in. They said the Philippines was not accepting passengers from any Chinese Province including Taiwan. This was where my layover would have been. The only people they would let board the plane were Filipino citizens or people with Filipino passports to be more exact.
    EVA knew that in advance. Its a piss-off that they did not notify you (and all customers) in advance to re-book your flight.

  8. #13054

    EVA Air wouldn't let me board.

    Last night I had a flight to go to the Philippines from Chicago, but Eva air wouldn't let me check-in. They said the Philippines was not accepting passengers from any Chinese Province including Taiwan. This was where my layover would have been. The only people they would let board the plane were Filipino citizens or people with Filipino passports to be more exact.

  9. #13053
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Brilliant.

  10. #13052

    Reply

    Hi M. A,

    Here are countries affected.

    https://www.pharmaceutical-technolog...ries-affected/

    I know that China, Singapore, Thailand, Korea and Japan now have cases who are untraceable to contact to China patients. This is making more them ensure more thorough measures.

    Vic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Albert9989  [View Original Post]
    What do you call infected country?

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  12. #13050
    Quote Originally Posted by CodeName47  [View Original Post]
    From the sounds of it planing for end of March early April is a bad idea.
    Damn right it is a bad idea. You better go now while it is still in the baby stage. By April it will be an epidemic of biblical proportion.

  13. #13049
    Quote Originally Posted by CodeName47  [View Original Post]
    I am worried more about getting back to Melbourne after the trip.
    Exact, me too, that's why I will organise my own quarantine in my country as nobody wants to organise it for me.

    They just say stay at home. Cool, band what about my family?

  14. #13048
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    I am planning the same mid March transiting thru NRT.

    By then we will know if the world is coming to an end or not.

    If you are any bit worried about coronavirus then it is best to cancel any plans. I don't see how anyone worried would be able to maintain a hardon even with vitamin V or see.
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    I will be there the last week of this month. If you do not hear back from me before your trip, you will know that the virus caught up with me and I am no longer.
    I am worried more about getting back to Melbourne after the trip.

  15. #13047
    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalGuy  [View Original Post]
    No, not really. I figure the chances of contracting that disease are about the same as staying in the US. There hasn't been much of an impact on either the Philippines or Japan, so I'm not worried. I'll be extra careful, however, about washing my hands frequently and using hand sanitizer. I'm more worried about riding in Philippine taxis. LOL.

    RG.
    I am in the middle of finalizing the dates. Most likely will go in end of March. And will return to Melbourne on mid April. Hopefully by then there won't be any trouble getting back to Melbourne.

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