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I am US citizen travelling from Narita, Japan to Baltimore, MD, with a two-hour layover in DFW. All flights on American Airlines. Is two hours enough time at DFW?
Arriving on a flight from Cozumel, MX, clearing immigration and customs then a change of terminals. Is 1.5 hours enough time at DFW?
flight from Columbia MO, 6004 connecting to Las Vegas flight 1067. 40 minutes between flights and it says a change of terminals. What do you think, enough time?
Yes, that is enough time if the first flight is on-time. The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security.
flying into DFW from STl with a 1 hour layover for connecting flight to OGG. will this be enough time?
Flying from STl to OGG with short layover in DFW. Will the connecting flight be in same terminal
STI is Santiago, Dominican Republic. Do you mean St. Louis? If so then no, but the Skylink Train connects all Terminals and gates inside security.
Hi, I'm looking at the following & want to check if I would need to collect & re-check bags, & if the connection is enough time.
I read somewhere that if you book flights at once with same carrier (e.g. BA) then you only need to check bags at first airport & collect at final destination?
OUT:
LHR to DFW arriving 19:25 BA1520
DFW to TUL leaving 22:10 BA1643 (2hr 35min connection time)
The other option here is to stop-over & get the 08:40 or 10:29 the next morning - if this is advised are there hotels in the airport?

RTN:
TUL to DFW arriving 13:46 BA5024
DFW to LHR leaving 15:50 BA1505 (2hr 5min connection time)
It seems if I book American Airlines & BA (rather than all through BA) I could choose the flight to arrive at DFW at 11:45 giving a 4hr 5min connection time instead

Thanks
Note that all of the flights you proposed are actually operated by American Airlines. On the way to Tulsa, in DFW you will have to go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags, go through security and to your departure gate on the Skylink train. On the way back to London all you have to do in DFW is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate on the Skylink train. The proposed itinerary is possible.
Hi, I'm looking at the following & want to check if I would need to collect & re-check bags, & if the connection is enough time.
I read somewhere that if you book flights at once with same carrier (e.g. BA) then you only need to check bags at first airport & collect at final destination?
OUT:
LHR to DFW arriving 19:25 BA1520
DFW to TUL leaving 22:10 BA1643 (2hr 35min connection time)
The other option here is to stop-over & get the 08:40 or 10:29 the next morning - if this is advised are there hotels in the airport?

RTN:
TUL to DFW arriving 13:46 BA5024
DFW to LHR leaving 15:50 BA1505 (2hr 5min connection time)
It seems if I book American Airlines & BA (rather than all through BA) I could choose the flight to arrive at DFW at 11:45 giving a 4hr 5min connection time instead

Thanks
I arrive in DFW from Vancouver on an American Airlines flight then catch a Qantas flight on to Sydney Australia. Will I have to go through customs and immigration seeing I will be in transit? Will 1 hour 22 minutes be long enough to connect with my flight? Thank you
You will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Vancouver. All you have to do in DFW is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have enough time.
A family member will be flying into DFW on American, then connecting with a Delta flight (with only carry-on bags). I think he will have just under an hour to make the connection. What will be the best & quickest way for him to travel between terminals?
The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security.
Looking at some flights to get me down to Cancun from Hawaii via DFW AA8 - AA1343 would 72 minutes be enough? Would I need to recheck bags all flights will be on AA. Any help greatly appreciated
Yes, that is enough time. On the way to Cancun all you have to do in DFW is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. The Skylink train connects all gates inside security.