Does a UK visa obtained in Turkey allow you to travel via Germany? The flights can be cheaper
I think that this is a question best asked at a German consulate.
The UK is not part of the Schengen agreement, so I would imagine that the answer is probably no.
If you have an onward connection and stay airside and don't enter Germany then you are fine.
I suspect that it will not be allowed unless you stay [international] airside but as the end destination is the UK with the correctb visa i will not be able to go to the domestic terminal for the connecting plane
Pity as theres better flight choice.
Strange in a way as it means you may need up to two Visas to enter an EU country.
"Strange in a way as it means you may need up to two Visas to enter an EU country."
No stranger than this UK citizen having to present a passport to the Spanish immigration authorities every time I enter despite having had a residence permit for many years, paying tax and social security there and being on the electoral register!
And no stranger than some EU citizens (viz the French) not having to pay for a Turkish visa whilst other EU citizens do.
Are you talking about a Turkish citizen with a UK visa? If so I will try to find out, I think it is possible though.
Munich airport is one building and it is divided into T1 and T2. It does not have a domestic terminal per say. Flights to/from various destinations, Non-Schengen, International and Schengen-Domestic are shown using at both Terminals.
Pegasus/Antalya and Istanbul and Aer Lingus/Dublin today are shown as using T1 section -D-. Ireland is also Non-Schengen and passengers to and from Ireland need to clear immigration too. Check with Aer Lingus and or contact Munich airport through their web-site. Let the forum know of your results !
A Turkish person on a UK visa can travel via Germany as long as they are going on a connecting flight and not leaving the airport.