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Changing planes in Schipol

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Changing planes in Schipol

We will traveling from USA to Marseiles and changing planes in Amsterdam. Arriving on Delta and continuing on a Delta code share flight operated by Air France. Will we have to go through immigration in Schipol? I think our luggage will be checked through to final destination but have never had a connecting flight in Europe so not sure how it all works. Anyone have experience with this. We were told a visa is not necessary. We are only staying for 10 days. There is a 2 hr time between flights. Any help appreciated thanks

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1. Re: Changing planes in Schipol

Hi there,

See

tripadvisor.com/Travel-g188590-c170368/Amste…

You are entering Schengen zone at Amsterdam hence yes Immigration is cleared there. Plenty of time though.

All the best,

<Erik> & [Sandya]

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2. Re: Changing planes in Schipol

Luggage will be checked through and as Erik said 2 hours is PLENTY time. Schiphol is really easy to connect in so don't worry about it. If a US citizen then it is correct you don't need a visa to enter Europe.

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