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Have aTransit flight from Cancun, Mexico to NYJFK->Transit to Turkish airliner to Istanbul, Turkey

Have aTransit flight from Cancun, Mexico to NYJFK->Transit to Turkish airliner to Istanbul, Turkey

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben,

    hope you are doing well.
    I have a ticket purchased, flying from Mexico to Ukraine, having connected flights on February 25th:
    Cancun, Mexico -> JFK NY(Jet Blue)->Transit to Turkish Airlines to fly to Istanbul, Turkey, and eventually to Ukraine

    Direct question is, will it work. I kinda understand that there no flight, but also they are.
    Would you please help me with the correct answer, and may be advise something. Thank you

  2. Clem

    Hi Iryna,

    I’m not sure I understand what your question is. Are you asking if your flights are still on? Without further flight information, it will be difficult to tell; and you would be better off calling the airline to know about that.
    Also remember that transiting through the US requires an ESTA or some kind of visa, if you are not a US resident.

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