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I have a flight from Glasgow to Amsterdam to Sao Paulo with only 50 mins connection. Is this enough? My main concern is that I will be arriving in Amsterdam at 08:45 am which is pretty busy Id imagine
All you have to do in Amsterdam is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate since you are not entering the Schengen Area.
I am flying from paris to mexico but I have a stop of 1,35 hr in schipol airport. Is that enough time to change planes in order to make it on time?
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do is go through Schengen Exit Passport Control and to your departure gate.
Do you have to go through passport control or any additional security when arriving on Delta from US and connecting to KLM to JRO? I have 1h 40min
No, all you have to do on your way to Kilimanjaro is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have enough time.
I'm coming from the US to Amsterdam to connect to Rome. It says I have 1 hour 50 minutes. Is that enough time to catch flight to ro e
Yes, that should be enough time if both flights are on Delta/KLM/Alitalia
I am flying from Naples to Amsterdam and I have 1h35min to connect to another flight for New York, all with Delta. Is 1h35 min enough in Schipol? I will have a big luggage that will be transferred directly to the second flight. Thank you!
Yes, that is enough time.
I am leaving from US and will have to change plane in AMS. Do i need a visa. I am a Indian citizen. Also my us visa which was stamped has expired and I have a petition only.
Since your US visa is expired you will need a Schengen Airport Transit Visa.
No a "check-out" and check-in @ Icelandic required or can it be done 'inside' eg, concourse C?
You can just get your Icelandair boarding passes at the Icelandair transfer desk.
I am arriving at Schipol from US on United. Have to then get to KLM commuter to Bergen. Is there an easy way to get from international arrival to domestic outbound? Do I have to collect luggage and recheck ?
I have 2.5 hrs to do this but don't know how. Thanks
You will have to go through Schengen Entry Passport control, claim your bags, re-check them with KLM, and go through security. You have just enough time.
Thanks ! Do I have to take ground transport to get to domestic terminal? Like a shuttle ? Do you know if it it is well marked ? I am stressed !!!
After I go thru security, is it in same terminal that I check into KLM or do I have to travel there by shuttle ? Thanks
Flying from Canada to Iceland. Staying 3days in Iceland. Then flying Icelandair to AMS arriving at 12:40. Taking flight on KLM at this enough time with checked baggage? Do I have to get my baggage.? Two separate bookings.
Forgot to mention flying to Prague from AMS.
Yes, that is enough time. Yes, you will have to transfer your bags yourself between airlines.
Delta flight from Salt Lake City to Amsterdam with a 75 minute layover between the next flight to Berlin. Is there sufficient time and any idea which concourse the connecting flight departs from? Looks like I'm arriving at Concourse D43. I presume that I will need to go through passport control, but what about security?
I have a similar question -- If we are flying KLM (via Delta booking) from ATL to AMS and catching a connection to CPH, it appears we will need to go through passport control? Does that entail retrieving checked bags and rechecking them? We are a family of 5, so that will be a hassle and would not want to set a connection that rushes it. Thanks.
You don't have to do anything with your bags. You both should have enough time.
First time flying in Europe and traveling with my 10 year old. Thinking of booking my flight home from Athens through AMS to Salt Lake City with a 1.5 hour layover in AMS. Wondering about the procedure and if this is enough time in AMS. Flying Delta. Thanks for any help you can provide.