[76attendees] Re(2): transport from Hiroshima airport to hotel

Peter Lovell <plovell@mac.com> Mon, 02 November 2009 22:10 UTC

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On Tue, Nov 3, 2009, Keith Davidson <keith@internetnz.net.nz> wrote:

>Always you clear customs at the point of entry into the country.

That's true but the "point of entry" is not always the first airport at
which you land. It depends upon the country.

In the United States, the point of entry is always the first airport.
But, for example, if you fly United from LA to Melbourne, Australia you
land at Sydney first and then fly on to Melbourne. Although you land at
Sydney, your "point of entry" is Melbourne and that's where Customs &
Immigration happens. When you fly Melbourne -> LA then Melbourne is your
departure point, even though you land in Sydney.

Cheers.....Peter