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I am flying from Jacksonville to DFW then transferring to QF8 for Sydney. I have one hour to complete this task. Is it possible?
Yes, that is possible. If everything is on the same reservation you just have to go from your arrival gate to your departure gate in Terminal D. The Skylink train connects all terminals and gates inside security.
I will be flying in from Narita to DFW then have a 3 hour and 30 minute layover before going to Miami. Will this be enough time to go through immigration, recheck bags, and security?
Both are AA flights.
Yes, that should be enough time.
Very concerned about only a 40 minute window. What is the most time efficient way to get from Terminal C to Terminal D. Looks like you can walk it but not sure if I then have to go through security again? Advice please.
The best way is to take the Skylink Train. It is faster than walking. It is possible if the first flight is on-time.
I have 25 minutes to go from A29 to C8. Can I make it?
It's not impossible, but it will be difficult. Take the Skylink train.
My Qatar flight is booked from Doha to Salt Lake city. I need to change to AA at DFW. Arriving 5pm and my AA flight to SLC is 7pm. Do I hv to check out n in again? Will I hv enough time?
You will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, go through security and take the Skylink train to your departure gate. You should have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
I have flight from Amarillo,TX throw DFW to Qatar. I have layover about 50 min. Do I have time to catch the Qatar Airways plane. I will have checked in luggage
If both tickets are on the same reservation then that is enough time. You just have to take the Skylink train from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Yes they are connected. Thank you
I am flying TUL to ORD and have 45minutes connection time in DFW. That probably means I have 30mins to make from gate D25 to C37. Do you guys think is it possible to make the connection or should I get a next flight?
Yes, that's possible. Also it's unlikely a flight from Tulsa will arrive in D. The Skylink train connects all gates inside security.
Thanks for the response ZAP. It is an AA flight operated by American Eagle. Do you know how much time does skylink take to travel between Ter D & C?
Then it won't arrive in D. It will arrive in B. The Skylink shouldn't take more than 10 minutes.
Im flying on a flight AA 37 from MAD to PVR. I have a 1 hour and 50 minute layover time. What is the procedure and do I stay in the same Terminal D? Will that be enough time to get through immigration and get bags and go through customs? Will I also have to go through security again before going to connecting gate?
The connection is in DFW
AAflight37 to AA flight1467
You will go through US Immigration, customs and security. You do not have to claim your bag since you are on an International to International connection all on AA over DFW. You have just enough time.
I am taking an internal flight with AA to DFW and then transferring to an international AA flight to LHR - I only have 1hr 20 mins (no luggage) to transit - will I have enough time and not miss my flight? getting really worried :(
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. The Skylink train connects all gates inside security.
I need to fly from CHS to DFW to catch the QF8 to SYD. Looks like there is really only one option which is flying AA and allows approx 2hrs between flights. Is this enough time given they are separate tickets and I will not have baggage checked through all the way? Also if I can check in online for the QF8 flight do airlines like Qantas have baggage drop facilities airside so I don't have to go landside and go through security?
Yes, that should be barely enough time. Since AA and Qantas are Oneworld partners you can show your Qantas confirmation to the AA agent in Charleston and ask that your bags be checked through to Sydney. Otherwise you will have to go landside, claim your bags, take the shuttle to Terminal D, re-check them with Qantas, and go through security.
Thanks for the feedback ZAP - that was my feeling too. I did ring up AA and ask if they checked luggage for Qantas but the reply was very uncertain and basically amounted to "Not as a rule but depends on the staff at the time" - meanwhile Qantas's response was "Ask AA if they'll check the luggage for the international leg." I guess my other option is to try and pack so I don't need to check any luggage.