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We've booked a flight from Denver to Dublin with a 2h40m layover in Chicago. Looks like we land in terminal 1 and depart from terminal 5. Should this be enough time to make our flight assuming the first flight is on time? It's United to Chicago and Aer Lingus to Dublin, all under the same reservation.
Yes, that should be enough time. You will have to take the ATS Train to Terminal 5 and go through security.
I have a flight delay and need to get from terminal 1 to terminal 5 in an hour and 15 minutes to go to Sweden on SAS. Is that doable and any tips to faster? Will I have to security again?
Yes, you have to go through security again in Terminal 5. I hope you made it.
Thank you! I ended up only having 30 minutes! And... I made it!! #ninjawarrior :) I was a C1! (I cried in joy and exhaustion when I got to my gate and as a tip I also was on the phone with the airline and had them call the gate to let them know I was coming! :)
Hi my flight (ANA operated by United) arrives at Terminal 1 with 1hr22min layover til my next flight to NRT (also on ANA) also in Terminal 1. Would I have enough time? I'm worry I'll miss my flight as I usually go with non-stop flights.
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do in Chicago is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
I have flight arriving term c from kc and catching aer lingus to Dublin the layover is an hour 5 min, is that long enough?
Your title says 1h45m, but your comment says 1h5m. That's a big difference. Also, are they booked on the same reservation? No matter what, you will take the ATS train to the International Terminal for your flight to Dublin. 1h5m is not enough no matter what. 1h45m should be enough if they are booked on one reservation, which means that United would check your bags all the way through to Ireland.
yes, I meant 1 hour 45 min. lol, typo. It is the same reservation .
Yes, that is long enough. If you are on United you will arrive in Terminal 1 or 2, There is no Terminal C. You depart from Terminal 5.
thank you, I remember a very long security line the last time, and I wasnt sure how long it took us to get thru. Debating the prescreen that you can pay for. Thanks again
PreCheck won't help you in Terminal 5 as they don't have a Precheck line there as none of the airlines in Terminal 5 are Precheck participants.
flying from Edinburgh,UK to Las Vegas with a connection time of 1hour 40mins, all flights booked with United, will this be enough time ?
That is just enough time if everything goes smoothly. You will arrive in Terminal 5, go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, take the ATS Train to Terminal 1, go through security and to your departure gate.
Would it be worth looking into priority security to avoid queues ?
I believe it is worth it in general to pay $85 every five years to avoid all security lines. However, I suppose it depends on how often you travel.