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I am flying from Vancouver to Atlanta via Chicago. Both flights are with United. Will I go through customs in Chicago and will my luggage be directly transferred from one plane to the other between my flights?
You will preclear US immigration and customs in Vancouver. All you have to do in Chicago is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
I am a US citizen arriving on a united flight from Frankfurt (terminal 5) and will have to make a connecting domestic flight at terminal 1. The connection time is 1 hour and 55 minutes. I do have Global Entry. Will this be enough time to make the connection?
With Global Entry, yes, you should be able to make that.
My flight arrives at O'Hare at 6:40pm from LGA, and my connecting flight leaves at 7:15pm to BZM the same day. Both flights are through united airlines. . .Do I have even the slightest chance of making that flight. What are the chances my bags won't make the connecting flight either.
do you mean BZN (Bozeman, Montana)? Yes, you can make this connection if the flight from LGA is on-time. All United gatees at ORD are connected inside security and you just have to walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. Obviously if your flight is delayed you'll likely be stuck in Chicago overnight.
Yep Bozeman sorry bout the typo. thank you for your input, worst comes to worst I stay the night and get the next one, it wouldn't be the first time I have had to do that. Atleast I can now take solace in the fact there is a chance cuz I was a knucklehead booking this flight.
I arrive from Copenhagen with SAS at 17.40 and have a connection flight at 18.45 with AA. No luggage and will be going off the plane very fast sins am seating in the front of the plane. Do I have time for cauching my AA flight to Miami ?
No, that connection is still pretty much impossible.
Travelling with American airlines flight AA4327 from Kansas city to ORD arriving at Terminal 3 and then transfer to flight AA3196 to Toronto in 50 minutes which also departs from terminal 3. Someone told me that when flying international we have to go through security check again, is that true? And are 50 minutes enough to make this transfer.
No, that is not true. All you have to do in Chicago is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate, which as you know are both in Terminal 3. You go through Canadian immigration and Customs when you get to Toronto.
This will probably sound like a question with an obvious answer, but it's my first time flying out of the country and I am nervous. I am flying out of St. Louis, connecting in O'Hare, then going on to Narita. Flight details say STL flight will arrive at Terminal 3 and NRT flight will depart from Terminal 3. But a friend told me I would probably have to go through security again to go to the International terminal. There is a 45 minute layover at O'Hare. Is that enough time or will I have to go through security again? Thank you so much.
Your friend is wrong. All you have to do in Chicago is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have enough time if your flight from St. Louis is on-time.
United Reservations caution flags to book flight with 50 minutes connection time for RIC to ORD, ORD to BZN. Change terminal and short time caution flags. First flight United Express, then United. How much time is needed for terminal change on United Domestic Flights thru ORD?
Terminals 1 and 2 are connected inside security by a walkway. It takes less than 10 minutes to get between them and any connection between gates in T1 or T2 shouldn't take more than 15 minutes. You should have enough time if your flight from RIC is on-time.
I am a US citizen flying out of London to Las Vegas via OHare. I will only have 125 minutes to go from terminal 5 to terminal 3. Is that enough time? Will I also have to go through customs-collect my luggage-and go through security?
Yes, you will arrive in T5, go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk (if they are already tagged to LAS), then take the ATS Train to T3 and go through security. You have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.