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Hi guys,

Calling for all your expert advise again

Does anybody know if there was a long gap in-between a connecting flight for example 10 hours is it possible to leave the airport?
(It would be a french airport if that makes a difference?)

And also if the connecting flight was intentionally missed (to have a few days in France) and then say we got a flight or even possibly the euro star from France to England would this be an issue?

The flight would be from Brazil landing in France with a connection to England...

***The reason it needs to have a connection and not just a direct flight to France is because it would be a return itinerary and the return would be from England (its cheaper that way)

Any help much appreciated :)
 

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Hi guys,

Calling for all your expert advise again

Does anybody know if there was a long gap in-between a connecting flight for example 10 hours is it possible to leave the airport?
(It would be a french airport if that makes a difference?)

And also if the connecting flight was intentionally missed (to have a few days in France) and then say we got a flight or even possibly the euro star from France to England would this be an issue?

The flight would be from Brazil landing in France with a connection to England...

***The reason it needs to have a connection and not just a direct flight to France is because it would be a return itinerary and the return would be from England (its cheaper that way)

Any help much appreciated :)
Alighting in France would depend on your visa. Be aware that if you omit a leg, then sometimes (maybe quite often) the rest of your itinerary may be cancelled.
 

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Yes thats something that I would need to look in to actually as it will all be bought with the same airline- wouldn't want to loose money trying to save a few quid...

One would be a British passport one would be Brazilian.
 

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Yes thats something that I would need to look in to actually as it will all be bought with the same airline- wouldn't want to loose money trying to save a few quid...

One would be a British passport one would be Brazilian.
The British passport would have no problem. I don't know about the Brazilian one - it would depend on the visa.

As far as the flights are concerned, why not get an open-jaws ticket where you fly into one country then take a train to another and fly out from that country.
 
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