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Hi. I'm flying from Montreal (YUL) to Phoenix with a connection flight in Detroit. I would only have 50 minutes to make the connection. Do you think that it's enough? I have a Canadian passport and my boyfriend has a French passport. Also, we will pass the US customs in the Montreal Airport and we will only have carry-ons. Also, if we happen to miss the flight, what happens ? According to a post on the forum, we're under the "limit" for connection flights with Delta. Thank you so much!
Yes, that is enough time. All you do in Detroit is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You are not under the limit because you will go through preclearance in Montreal. If you do miss your connection because the first flight is late then you will be rebooked on the next available flight to Phoenix.
A group of five of us are flying in from London on Delta 0017, arriving at 13.13. We have a connecting flight to Las Vegas (Delta 2317) that leaves at 15.30. Any tips on terminals for the outbound flight, the quickest way to collect luggage, go through customs etc would be very helpful. We're all UK citizens, so will need to go through immigration. Thanks, A
All Delta flights in the McNamara Terminal. There's no tips necessary. Everywhere you need to go is clearly marked. You have enough time.
I will be traveling later this week From FLL on DL2444 and be transferring to DL2110 to SLC... I only have a 30 minute layover. Is this enough time? Are the gates relatively close? Thank you for your time
Both flights will be on Concourse A of the McNamara Terminal. You have enough time if the first flight is on-time.
Based on previous flights on Delta's website, I'm assuming my first flight will arrive in Concourse A, and my second will leave from Concourse B. Is 80 minutes enough time, and is there a post- TSA way to connect?
Yes, A and B are connected inside security. That is plenty of time. it shouldn't take you more than 10 minutes to go between gates if the first flight is domestic.