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I am flying into DFW on AA from Rome (Flt. #239) and connecting to an AA flight (Flt. #1216) to Sacramento. Will I remain in the same terminal? If not what terminal will I arrive and what terminal will I depart for Sacramento?
You will arrive in Terminal D, go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, go through security and to your departure gate which could be in A, C, or D. The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security.
I'll be arriving from madrid on AAFlight with 2hr 10 min layover. Is that enough time for customs, immigration and to find my seattle flight.
I assume I have to change terminals? This is during the busy December holiday season.
Yes, that is enough time. Also note however that the flight schedule will probably change before December.
We arrive on American Airlines from Toronto and we connect on American airlines to Honolulu. We do not have any checked luggage. Will we be departing from the same terminal? We have 1 hr and 40 min to connect and have one passenger who will have to walk slowly with leg issues.
All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security. You have enough time. You will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Toronto.
AA has rescheduled our flights so that we now only have 43 minutes to get from our AA SEA - DFW flight to our DFW-BTR flight (American Eagle). The 4 of us are all able-bodied adults, but we have seats on row 29 of the flight from SEA. If everything is on schedule, do we have a chance of making our connection from DFW-BTR? Our luggage will be checked through to BTR.
Yes, you have a chance, but everything has to go perfectly. The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security in DFW.
Thank you
Hello. I am considering booking a flight on AA/BA from SJC to INV with layovers at DFW (41 min) and LHR (2 hrs. 50 min) Can 41 minutes possibly be enough time for two senior citizens to make their flight to LHR? Thank you.
41 minutes is possible but really leaves no time to spare whatsoever if there are any delays.
My family of 11 will be traveling from Boston to Cozumel on American on 4/21. Our connection time is 40 minutes.
Is anyone familiar with DFW? Will the terminals be far apart for international?
I'm getting anxious about making the connection.
You will arrive in Terminal A, C, or D and depart from Terminal D. The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security. You have barely enough time if the flight from Boston is on-time.
Hi! I am arriving from London (Finnair) and have a layover of 1 hour 55 minutes, until my next flight with American Airlines. Is this enough time to transit? Thanks.
Your flight from London will be on British Airways or American. Finnair doesn't fly from London to DFW. Yes, that is just enough time if everything goes perfectly.
Thank you very much for great service! I hope everything goes perfectly, and if not I might just get to visit Dallas for a day or two =)
Hi, Flying Qantas FLL-DFW and Qantas DFW to SYD with 55 min transit time to connect in DFW. Luggage will be checked through. Is 55 min enough time for baggage and passenger to connect? Thanks.
If both flights are on the same reservation yes that is enough time. The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security.
thx for asking this - we have similar connection in June (RIC-DFW-SYD) on Qantas and were also worried about 55 min time.
I have to recheck baggage after I arrive at DFW terminal B on American Eagle. I will be leaving DFW on American at Terminal D.
Do I have to recheck my luggage at Terminal D or can they be rechecked at the Terminal B? These flights are not on the same reservation.
either call AA to have your two reservations joined together or show your second AA confirmation to the check-in agent at your origin airport. Then you will get your bags checked through to your final destination and won't have to worry about them in DFW.
My return flight from San Jose, Costa Rica to Hong Kong will have 2 stopovers at DFW and Narita,Tokyo respectively. The transfer time from DFW to Narita is only 1 hour and 12 minutes. Do I have enough time to transfer? Thank you.
Realistically, no, that's not enough time. You have to go through US Immigration, Customs, and Security and back to your departure gate to board the flight to Tokyo.