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Flying into DIA from Rapid City, landing at 11:08. Flying out to Honolulu on United flight UA328 at 12:00. Are they both on the same concourse? I know United Express flights can sometimes be on different concourses than their regular flights. Thank you!
Both should be on concourse B. Actually, it's narrowbody mainline United flights (A319/320 and 737) that are occasionally on concourse A. United Express is pretty much always on Concourse B and flights to Hawaii are always on B. Anyway, you have enough time.
I am considering booking a United flight from CLT to MSO. There is a 55 min connection. Will this be enough time or should I book a later flight with 3+ hrs in layover time? Thnks!
55 minutes is enough time. All you have to do in Denver is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate, both in Concourse B.
If I am flying to Denver on a Southwest Airlines Flight and then changing to a flight on American Airlines to go to Raleigh RDU how many hours would I need in order to get my luggage from SWA, go check in with AA and give them by luggage, and make it to the AA flight for boarding? I thought 2 hours was enough but a friend has suggested I allow for 4.
I would want at least 2.5 hours and that wouldn't leave much to spare if there was a delay on the first flight.
I am traveling with an elderly mother from SFO-Munich via Denver. She will need wheelchair assistance. If we have a 1.5 layover to get from United to Lufthansa will it be enough time? I plan to check all the baggage through to Mucnich in San Francisco. Can I go from United to the Lufthansa gate without going to ticketing?
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do is take the underground train from Concourse B to Concourse A.
Thank you. Will I be able to get the Denver to Munich boarding passes in San Francisco at the United ticket counter when I check the luggage?
Yes, you should be able to.
Arriving to Denver from BDL at 10:24 am on 2/24/17 and leaving at 11:20 am from Terminal 2 to fly to Cabo, Mexico. Is this enough time to make it from one gate to the other?
Flying on United
Denver does not have a "Terminal 2". Both flights will be in Concourse B. All you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have enough time if both flights are on United.
My flight from Madison, wi arrives at 10:21 a.m and I must connect to Tuscon flight at 11:30 am.Both are in concourse b. I need to request a cart between gates.
Enough time, and how do I get a cart in time?
You have plenty of time. If you are handicapped and need a cart, you need to contact United to request wheelchair service.
I am considering a flight with a 38 minute layover. It will be arriving in DEN on United from Albuquerque and departing United to Honolulu. Is this reasonable?
It's possible, all you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate, both on Concourse B, but it leaves no time to spare if the flight from Albuquerque is delayed.
Considering Delta from Atlanta to Denver landing 7:29 then United to Gunnison leaving 7:55. Will this work? Is there enough time?
No, that's pretty much impossible.
Landing at DEN with united 50 min layover to terminal A and leaving with united. Luggage and carry-on. Will I make it?
Both flights will be in Concourse B. All you have to do in Denver is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate as you will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Edmonton. You have enough time.
Flying to Denver from Salt Lake on Southwest. Continuing to Helsinki on Icelandair. Tickets bought separately so need to pick up and re-check my luggage in Denver. I have exactly two hours -- is that enough time to make it to my next flight?
That's barely enough time if the flight from Salt Lake City is on-time and your bags come out quickly.