Transit passengers are those who have begun their journey in a previous stopover and are making an intermediate stop before their final destination.
LEARN ABOUT THE LANDING AND DISEMBARKING PROCEDURES:
- Transit passengers receive transit cards when exiting the airplane or entering the terminal;
- Passengers will be taken to the transit room and remain there until boarding begins;
- As soon as boarding procedures begin for their onward flight, transit passengers will be the first to board the plane;
IN SPECIAL CONDITIONS, AND WHENEVER AUTHORISED, THE FOLLOWING TRANSIT PASSENGERS WILL BE ALLOWED TO REMAIN ON BOARD:
- Passengers benefiting from special assistance (unaccompanied minors, incapacitated passengers, escorted passengers who have been deported or not allowed entry in the country);
- Pregnant women;
- Passengers on stretchers and their escorts;
Transfer passengers are those who arrive from their departure point or a previous stopover and are awaiting another flight before heading off to their final destination. In this case, the trip may be operated by several airlines.