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Flying KL1058 City Hopper to Schipol and then onwards by KLM6033 (Delta Airlines operated) on 25/4/17. Just been advised flight out from schipol is 20 mins early leaving us 1Hr 20 min to transfer. Is this enough time to comfortably go between gates and do all the checks before the boarding time allotted. what gates do the one flight land at and the second flight take off from.
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do is go through US Security questions and to your departure gate. You won't know your exact gates until the day of your flight.
Hi, I have 55 minutes between flights from Vienna to Amsterdam, then Amsterdam to MSP. Do I have to show my passport and will 50 minutes be enough time
Yes, you will have to go through Schengen Exit passport control (a brief process) and US Security questions before going to the gate for your MSP flight. You have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
Hello,
I will be flying from DTW to FCO, via AMS. I have a 2 hour layover in AMS. Is this enough time? What is the procedure when we arrive to AMS? Do we have to collect bags?
Yes, that should be plenty of time. All you have to do is go through Schengen entry passport control and to your departure gate.
Hi: We are considering a connection at AMS with a 50 mins transfer. Is this enough time? 1 reservation from BGO-AMS-ATL on KLM and Delta. Thanks.
That's just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
Hi we will be flying DL126 BOS-AMS and transferring AMS-BHX with about 2 1/2 hour transfer coming and 2 hours on the return leg, will be transferring to Cityhopper, but it's one booking via DL. I assume that would be enough time, but all advice appreciated.
That is plenty of time. All you have to do in Amsterdam both ways is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Flying into Amsterdam and land at 9:20 am. Would like to book a 11:50 am flight to Stockholm on Norwegian. We will have to get bags, customs, and then check in for Norwegian flight. Will we have enough time?
That's just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
Flying into Amsterdam and land at 9:20 am. Would like to book a 11:50 am flight to Stockholm on Norwegian. We will have to get bags, customs, and then check in for Norwegian flight. Will we have enough time?
That's just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
Hi,
I will travel with 2 different airlines and I need to pick up my luggage at Amsterdam airport, and go trough the departure area and customs again. I read a lot comments about very long queue in custom's area. How much time do I need between my 2 flights? (one inside Europe, the other outside Europe).
Thank you!
What exact countries are you flying to/from and airlines are you flying on? Your question is too vague to answer.
I am flying from Trondheim to Amsterdam, then I need to pick up my bags. My second fligth is from Amsterdam to Singapore. Same on the way back.
Then I would want 2.5 hours between flights.
I'm flying from Boston to Paris with 1hr and 45 minutes to transfer in Schiphol airport. My question is I would like to leave a carry on bag in a locker in Schipol airport for a few days and was wondering if I would have enough time to deplane, do customs, drop the bag and get back thru security for my connecting flight? I will already have a boarding pass. Thanks
I think that would be really close whether or not that's enough time.
I have a connecting flight in Amsterdam for 2 hours and 15 minutes. The route is DTW-AMS- JNB and the flights are Dl134 and KLM 591. Is this enough time to make the connection
Yes, all you have to do in Amsterdam is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.