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Old Dec 26, 12, 12:54 am   #1
 
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TIMATIC Online (for passport and visa information)

Hello everyone!

PLease advise where can I find latest edition of TIMATIC on the web???
Preferably for free!

Thnx
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Old Dec 29, 12, 1:02 pm   #2
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Welcome to FlyerTalk.

Whereas Delta Airlines used to provide a page to enter data that used timaticweb (web-based version of Timatic), they no longer do.

Nonetheless, you can use this form provided by United Airlines to derive the same information, also from timaticweb.

Star Alliance provides a similar webform here, using IATA Netherlands.
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Old Dec 29, 12, 2:19 pm   #3
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The *A form is much more complete. The UA form is correct as far as it goes, but fails to ask all of the questions which might make a difference.
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Old Dec 29, 12, 4:20 pm   #4
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Thanks for that! I was used to using the Delta Airlines form, and suddenly - poof!

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The *A form is much more complete. The UA form is correct as far as it goes, but fails to ask all of the questions which might make a difference.
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Old Jan 3, 13, 3:03 am   #5
 
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You can also access it on the oneworld site
http://www.oneworld.com/airports-des...h-information/
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Old Dec 16, 13, 3:16 am   #6
 
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Skyteam is here - (to finish the Timatic tour of the alliances


http://www.skyteam.com/en/your-trip/...sa-and-Health/
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Old Jan 6, 16, 12:29 pm   #7
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http://www.skyteam.com/en/Why-SkyTea...sa-and-Health/

Is free access to the TIMATIC database that the airlines use.

This is what they will(should?) look at when deciding about letting you on the plane.
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Old Jan 6, 16, 2:29 pm   #8
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TIMATIC is actually a proprietary database maintained by IATA. The carriers use a version available to them through whatever GDS they use. The carriers effectively pay for TIMATIC through IATA dues.

All that matters is that you are looking at a system which draws from TIMATIC so that you can see what the carrier will see.
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