backfire
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Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:01 am

Just wondering - what's the shortest period of time you've spent in a country?

And by the way, transit stops don't count. To qualify as being 'in' the country you have to have gone through passport control on the way in, and again on the way out - otherwise you're just airside in 'no-man's-land'.

I only ask to see if anyone can beat my personal best of 17 minutes. Big grin
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:06 am

About 3 hours in Mexico, 1993, crossed the border into Tijuana and thats about all me and my parents could take...

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:09 am

1.8 seconds.

We arrived in CDG from IAH and did a touch and go around due to some problem with the brakes, and then due to traffic, we diverted to Brussels. Therefore technically, I was in France for about just under 2 seconds.

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:10 am

Regularly do ~25-30 minutes at Frankfurt and Amsterdam. Thats enough time to go landside for cheaper shopping!
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:11 am

Nice try, Artsyman - but a touch-and-go is still airside, so you still weren't officially in France.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:12 am

I flew MAN-PMV for 4 days in 2001. Hated the hotel and my mate was doing my head in moaning all the time, so we came back PMV-LGW, then I flew to ALC to see my mates by myself for 9 days. Had a better time in Europe. Bloody expensive trip though!!
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:17 am

I get the @sshole award here, just went to Tokyo for one day. Actually I was there a total of 26 hours.

Justin

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:17 am

I flew to Hong Kong in 1998 for about 40 hours: left FRA on Friday around 14:00, arrived in Hong Kong (Kai Tak) at 07:00 on Saturday, left Sunday around 23:00 and was back in FRA at 05:00 on Monday morning... it was fun, and I got a really good price on the notebook computer that I bought there... Big grin

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:20 am

I spend approximately 15 minutes in the Netherlands, I wasn't traveling by plane but by car. A buddy and I drove over the border, we went inside a coffee shop which is located 2 kilometers behind the border, we bought a few grammes of weed as well as a can of Fanta Cassis, than we drove back home to smoke  Smokin cool  Big thumbs up.

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:27 am

BY AIRPLANE:

What if there is no two-way passport control? I arrived on a VCE-CDG flight once, went through exit control, and from CDG on to IAD, total time, about 45 minutes.

With two-way passport control, I have done TLV-LHR then LHR-GRU once. About 6 hours "officially" in the United Kingdom, and two more in no man's land (LHR airside).

Once I did TLV-JFK, then in the evening, JFK-GRU. Time outside passport control? about 10 hours.

BY TRAIN:
I once went from Germany to Switzerland with a train change in France, probably stayed on French soil for about half an hour.
Monaco, about four hours. If you do it by train without stopping, it can be really quick. I stopped to visit.

BY BUS:
One-day trips from Brazil to Argentina, and to Paraguay, about four to five hours in each. Near Iguassu Falls.

BY FOOT!!!!
Vatican City, about three minutes, crossing St. Peter's square from one side to the other.

 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:33 am

2 hours in Tijuana Mexico. Just crossed from California.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:42 am

Last year Easyjet were offering cheap tickets, so I got a return ticket to Madrid from Luton for a day trip costing me under £25. My flight arrived into Barajas at 10:30am and my return flight was at 21:30. That gave me 11 hours in this beautiful city. I went to see the main sites like Plaza Mayor, Gran Via, Alcala, Plaza de Espana and Plaza Castilla (two huge leaning towers facing one another). It was during March yet the temperature reached 27 degrees celcius! I would advice anyone to go see the city!

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:43 am

I've got a couple...

I was in Tallinn, Estonia (arrived and departed by ferry), for an hour and 15 minutes. Arrived from and departed to Helsinki, went through passport control on both sides.

I was connecting through Hong Kong, but as a staff traveller switching airlines, was required to go through Immigration and Customs, as well as retrieve my checked bag, before rushing off to Virgin after arriving on Cathay Pacific. Total time in the airport? 2 hours (only because the flight was delayed due to the Heathrow curfew)

But my best was in Frankfurt Airport, when I got sort of lost - and I cleared Immigration/Customs when I didn't need to. Total time in the country? 6 minutes. And I did it twice  Smile Ha! Beat ya Backfire!  Smile

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:44 am

7 minutes 30 seconds (I timed it). I had cleared passport control at FRA but left my coat at the Admirals Club which is outside immigration. So, I had to re-enter germany, run to the club, get my coat, run back through security and exit the country once again. The passport control agents were VERY puzzled to see me again (I'd entered the country the first time only 2 hours prior to that) but after I explained they laughed, asked if I wanted to be stamped again (I said yes) and waved me on.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:46 am

17 minutes here as well!. The time it took to drive through Vaduz, Lichtenstein on my way through from Innsbruck, Austria to Lucerne, Switzerland in July of 2003.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 8:48 am

Dazed767, I got you beat there for shortest stay after an intercontinental flight!  Big grin

Flying my girlfriend home to SIN from STO (with SK ARN-CPH-BKK-SIN) I spent 23 hours there before flying back with Swiss, SIN-BKK-ZRH-ARN!  Smile

No jetlag at all! Big grin
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 9:34 am

Crossed the Dominican Republic - Haiti border in 1990 or so by car, got the passport stamped, turned around. Had to have been 2-3 minutes.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 9:55 am

my shortest time to be in a country is 30 to 40 minutes. That was transit time from one LH flight to another in Frankfurt.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 10:00 am

Total time in the country? 6 minutes

I find that hard to believe. It takes longer to simply get from the gate to passport control and back up through security at Frankfurt!  Smile

shortest stay after an intercontinental flight

These last few months I have regularly flown to London on the redeye for meetings and then back on an afternoon flight just a few hours later. No longer than 6-7 hours at destination.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 10:20 am

About 2 hours in Tijuana, Mexico.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 10:31 am

SK973 - Here comes the fun part, I got into MIA about 90 mins late, I had to go pick up my car, and drive to boca raton (about 40 mins North of MIA). I didn't check in at the hotel til after midnight, and I had orientation the next morning at 8am for my new job. TALK ABOUT FEELIN LIKE SH#% THE NEXT DAY!
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 10:46 am

about 8 seconds when i accidently tripped into the vatican Big grin i got up and went back to rome,then walked 5 feet back into the vatican Big grin  Big thumbs up ok so that never happened,but i did spend about an hour and a half one day when i first went there.went around the piazza,and then into st peters (its HUGE!).next day i went back to see the vatican museums,and went up to the capula ontop of st peters (snapped a good picture of the piazza,too bad i dont have a scanner).I really found out just how large St Peters cathederal was when i was at the base of the dome looking down into the place. for the first minute i did not see the people down in the cathederal because they were so small.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 10:55 am

About two hours in AMS and MXP.

In AMS I arrived around 0925 and left on the same aircraft at 1125. I went through passport control, wandered around the Schiphol plaza for 15 minutes and then checked in for my return flight. I then spent about an hour wandering around the terminal doing some spotting. I even had time to check out the Rijksmuseum and pick up a small souvenir before reporting to my gate for departure.

In MXP I had a similar scenario where I arrived and did some plane spotting before returning on the same aircraft. Again, I was only there for about two hours but I got some beautiful pictures of the Alps. I did the same thing about two years ago and went to Frankfurt but I took the FRA-JFK flight back which gave me about 5 hours in FRA.

I would of stayed longer on these trips but I was unable to get the time off from work which meant one day there and the next day coming back. Of course, it helps to be an airline employee. Big grin



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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 11:07 am

I spent 11 1/2 hours in Calgary, Alberta during October 20th and 21st 2001. What a disastrous trip. I flew DCA-MSP-YYC-MSP-DCA. A month and a half after 9/11, DCA security was more skittery than a nervous cat. I missed my original flight while my luggage was being searched after someone found a pair of nose hair scissors in my toiletry case. No doubt they thought I was going to break into the cockpit and trim someone's mustache. Arriving in Calgary ten at night, Customs refused to believe I was driving 135 kilometers to Banff Springs just for the weekend (actually I missed a chartered coach). As it was minus 3 celsius (26 degrees farenheit), I opened my rollerbag to get my lined jacket and realized it was still back at DCA security. It had been an unnatural 70 degrees (21 celsius) in Washington DC, and I didn't need to wear it. But thanks to the nicest Best Western people at 38th and Barlow Trail (and their central heating) I lived long enough to fly out of Calgary eleven hours later.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy


 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 11:11 am

If passport control is the measure on a flight, then I have you beat at 10 minutes in Shannon, Ireland. Aug 02.

It was one of our ops stops on an ATA L-1011 from Tinker to Saudi. We had about an hour and half in the airport waiting for the plane to get serviced. So I went downstairs got my passport stamped and walked around outside for about 10 minutes and then came back inside, through security, and back to the bar. Basically just to get the stamp  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

Weather diverted to Qatar during OIF and spent about 24 hours in country before leaving, but of course there was no passport control. That is the shortest 'overnight' I've done anywhere. Unless you count a fuel stop problem in Larnaca in December of 02, where I spent several hours after midnight in the terminal waiting for issues (but no bed).

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 11:56 am

Shortest time for me is :-

24 hours in New York, and also 28 hours in Hong Kong.

Also been to Denmark for 4 hours, arrived by ferry, did a little coach trip then went back to England on the same ferry.

Shortest time not going out of passport control from arriving to push back was about 25 mins in Singapore, delayed flight inbound from MAN and tranferred onto SYD flight that was held for transfer pax, bags even made it too !!.

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:24 pm

Not even 24 hours in Mexico (Tijuana) on my US trip in 1991... I think all up it may have been 3 or 4 hours, from memory. May be more because of the traveling...

Either way, I barely remember it, except for bargaining a fake Gucci watch down from $95 to $17.

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:27 pm

Just under 2 minutes.


I walked underground inside of a coal mine, or an old coal mine, from Austria to Germany.

So I was in the big G, not too long but a enough for me.


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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:29 pm

About 7 hours in France after flying BOS-CDG on AA J class, then returning later that day.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:41 pm

Around 15 minutes in the French Guyana? Or was it the British? Well... it was in Georgetown, South America.

I also spent like 3 hours in St. Maarten in that same trip. What a nice beautiful piece of heaven!

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:47 pm

Canada for a couple hours at Niagara Falls on a few occasions, but I guess that doesn't count. Does it?  Big grin

About 8 hours on five different occasions, and they were all on cruises:

Dominican Republic
Barbados
St. Lucia
Antigua
St. Maarten

I have never done a transit through a country while flying.

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 1:05 pm

Once i drove through italy for about 30mins. We went through the Mont Blanc tunnel past a town called Aosta and went back to France again, via the St Bernards pass to Bourg St Mourice, It was a beautiful drive. I've never been to Italy otherwise apart from this time. Apparently there is the remains of two Air India crashes on that mountain.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 1:09 pm

The shortest time in a country was in Iceland in 1994. I was flying from Toronto to Copenhagen on Sterling Airlines. We landed in Iceland to refuel.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 1:41 pm

Georgetown is just Guyana but it was formerly a British possession Fly727...

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 1:46 pm

August 2001, I was in Seattle for a few days and decided to drive up to Vancouver. I ended up spending maybe four hours in that beautiful city. No doubt in today's atmosphere stricter border security would make a day trip of that sort too much of a hassle.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 2:08 pm

About 15 minutes in Belgium, I came up from Aachen, through Maastricht, and missed the turn going to up north to Eindhoven. Instead I went west, direction Antwerp. I took the first motorway exit in Belgium and drove back.

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 2:42 pm

My shortest off a plane was 4 hours in Singapore. They had a free tour of the city for those who had long layovers.

My shortest by ship was about 2 hours in Kusadasi, Turkey. I got off the cruise ship, went on a tour of the ruins there and then got back on.

My shortest by car was 7 hours in Saskatchewan. Had lunch in Moose Jaw, and then went shopping for Hockey gear in Regina.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 2:44 pm

About 25 minutes in Britain. Just in time to make a connection from Gatwick to CDG. The BA 734 door nearly walloped me in the ass!  Big grin

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 3:15 pm

About 10 minutes, the time it took our family to drive into Monaco, allow my sister to step out of the car and get her picture taken, get back in the car, and for us to drive through and back out of Monaco on our way to Nice.

So ten minutes in Monaco.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 3:26 pm

About an hour in France, I drove with a friend from Freiburg to Colmar in the pre Euro days and we had no Francs so we went back to Germany.
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 3:56 pm

About 1 minute in Switzerland when I was a kid, 'kay ?

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 6:17 pm

I took the boat between Sweden and Finland last summer, just for fun together with a few friends. We only got off the boat for about 15 minutes while it was docked in Finland, and then we decided to get back on again because of our hangovers...
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 6:28 pm

I did something similar to Fritzi. Took the boat between Sweden (Gothenburg) and Denmark (Fredrikshamn) when I was younger, I only got off the boat for like an hour or so to buy some nice Danish cheese, beer, etc. with my family. Unlike Fritzi I had not consumed any alcoholic beverages. I was about 10 years old. Big grin
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 6:37 pm

About one minute in Switzerland.

Just walked over a small pedestrian bridge across a river from the German to the Swiss side, looked around for a minute and walked back.

That's all. No passport control BTW, because it was in the middle of nowhere.  Smile
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 7:29 pm

1 hour in Switzerland

4 hours in Singapore

15 min in the Netherlands

10 min in G.D.Luxemburg
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 11:03 pm


I did some hiking in the middle of nowhere along the Austro-German border. At one point, the border zig-zagged a bit, while the path didn´t. So there was a border crossing every few metres/seconds. At the beginning of the path there was even a sign put up by the Austrian authorities that it was illegal to cross into Austria without proper documentation Big grin

Other than that, I illegally spent two seconds in Belarus before returning to Lithuanian safety.

And, if you´re into formalities: landed at Bratislava with SkyEurope and took the SkyEurope shuttle bus to Vienna. Time spent in Slovakia from passport control/entry to passport control/exit: 14 minutes; 18 from touch-down to border.

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 11:09 pm

I spent about 5 seconds in Serbia. I just stepped across the Macedonia/Serbia border. in 93  Big thumbs up
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Tue Mar 30, 2004 11:20 pm

Just under 10 minutes at Singapore. Was flying PER-SIN-PEN. Had to go outside of the transit area to get an "order" for duty free which a family friend wanted me to fill in my end destination of LGK.

Technically, because I left the transit area, I should have paid departure tax ex-SIN, but because I had my SIN-PEN boarding passes issued in PER, I got out of that one quite nicely -- no need to check-in -- no need to pay departure tax -- right back thru customs -- and surprisingly customs never questioned why there was no departure tax on any of my documents.
 
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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Wed Mar 31, 2004 3:36 am

Last year just like 2 or 3 hours in Austria. My best friend and I were driving from Munich, Germany to Ravenna, Italy. I told him... "Please pull over the car... I need to place my feet in Austria". We bought the MAUT thing for the Austrian Highway System in a little store and later ended up having dinner in a McDonald's in the middle of the Alps. From the highway we could see Salzburg and Innsbruck, but that's it.

By the way... I love crossing borders by land...!

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RE: Your Shortest Time In A Country?

Wed Mar 31, 2004 3:41 am

About 2 hours in Canada, and the same in Switzerland.  Smile

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