Chicago OHare (ORD) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM
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I may be flying from Las Vegas to London through Chicago OHare. LAS-ORD is American Airlines, ORD-LHR is British Airways. Will I need to recheck my bags? It's all on the same reservation/booking. I only have 2 hours and 55 minutes between flights.
No, you won't have to re-check your bags. Just take the ATS Train from T3 to T5 and go through security. You should have plenty of time.
I will be flying from SEATTLE to ORD in Alaska flight scheduled to arrive at 06:00PM in ORD Terminal 3. Then I need to get into the connection international flight ( Qatar Airways) in ORD Terminal T5 which is scheduled to depart at 7:45 PM. Do I have enough time to get into 7:45 flight? Do I need to check in the baggages again in ORD ?If yes,how can I transfer my baggages from terminal 3 to Terminal 5?
Is it one reservation or two separate reservations?
It is one reservation only.
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do is take the ATS Train from T3 to T5 and go through security.
I am flying with AA on March 22 to Guatemala. My first leg is out of O'hare, I then land in Miami with an hour and a half layover and then take off to Guatemala. My initial flight out of ORD wouldn't be out of the international airport, correct? And I shouldn't have to reclaim my bags in Miami, right? Is Miami similar to ORD, where my flight to Guatemala will be out of a non connecting airport?
In Chicago you will leave from Terminal 3 like every other AA flight. In Miami all the gates are connected so all you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate on your way to Guatemala.
We have a flight from DC to ORD arriving in Terminal 3 at 6pm. Departing at 6:40pm (again with AA) from Terminal 3 for a flight to Dublin. Bags will already be checked. Will this be enough time to get from one flight to the next?
It's enough time if the first flight is on-time. Both flights should be in the H/K concourse.