What is Proof of Onward Travel and What Are Your Options?

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Chris Lim
Last updated: 
16 October 2019
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Weekends
Weekends
2 years ago

One more life hack how to create a real ticket for 24h for free:
1. Go to aeroflot.com and book a flight ticket
2. On the payment screen change language to RU.
3. Choose payment method by cash
4. They will give you booking number PNR for 24h. But without flight itinerary
5. Go to Photoshop for create itinerary
Good Luck

Jane
Jane
2 years ago
Reply to  Weekends

My bf and I just used fake flight tickets while traveling to Bali.
It's a dummy ticket that looks exactly like the confirmation you get from Expedia.

good luck with your travels!

Firo
Firo
2 years ago

I like the idea of renting a ticket.. I personally just bough the cheapest out of Thai to vietnam which I'll be happy to go to.. do you know if they will ask for onward proof?

Susan
Susan
1 year ago

So did the hold ticket work for you every time? How do I find the hold ticket, which page should I find it at? And any idea if trying to get a 60 days visa in my country from consulate is that also ok to use the hold ticket, any experience?

Boyd
Boyd
1 year ago

We're traveling from the US to Singapore, Sabah Malaysia, Brunei, The Philippines then back to the US. The only tickets we have purchased are from the US to Singapore and from The Philippines back to the US. If we show our return ticket from the Philippines back to the US, will that be adequate for boarding flights to the other countries?

Lucie
Lucie
1 year ago

Great article ! Onward tickets keep your booking with PNR confirmed for 14 days. Which is perfect for visa application as well. (i'm not paid to say that :p )

Nina Ragusa
Nina Ragusa
1 year ago

I rent onward tickets. Service could not be better! Immediate responses, personal attention, authentic ticket and they cancel it automatically. I highly recommend and will use them again.

Roman Herrle
Roman Herrle
8 months ago

Number 3 may not work in Thailand. If they ask you for proof, they won't accept an open ticket, as even their consulate's page mentions this.
For Thailand, the easiest way seems to be a smile, a 'hello' in Thai, or, if you want to stay on the safe side: a throw-away ticket for 20 bucks from AirAsia.

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