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Will be arriving UA from Washington DC with a 1hr 50 min layover to the connecting Adria flight to Ljubljana. Plan on carryon luggage only. Connection procedure? and is this enough time?
You will go through Schengen Entry passport control, then to the Adria transfer desk if you don't already have your boarding pass, and then to your departure gate. You should have enough time.
I´m traveling from BKK to Vienna with a stopover 3 hours in Vie. before flying to Frankfurt. There i have 1 hour 25 minutes to next flight to Keflavik. Is that enough time? All flights are Lufthansa and I´m a Schengen resident. The flights are booked in 1 ticket. Thank you.
Yes, that should be enough time. Note that your flight from Bangkok to Vienna will be operated by Austrian Airlines.
Hello! I am travelling from DFW to CPH, via FRA. Our connection is 1hr 20 minutes, and all of our flights are LH. When we arrive to FRA, what exactly do we do? Do we have to claim our bags and recheck them, is our connection enough time? Thank you!
All you have to do is go through Schengen Entry passport control and to your departure gate. You should have enough time.
Ill b traveling with a toddler (less than 2), and my flight will land at 7:10 and next flight will leave at 10:00..will that be enough time? I'll just need to change his diaper on the layover and then go straight to gate.
my flight arrives Frankfurt at 6:20 am local time. i will have to clear immigration and claim luggage before checking in to my next flight to Copenhagen which leaves same day at 9:25 am. do i have enough time?
Yes, that should be enough time.
I'm flying from BLR to FRA via Lufthansa arriving at 8:50 am. I have a connecting flight to Dallas at 10 am via Lufthansa. This gives me a transit time of 70 mins only. Will there be good enough time for my connecting flight to Dallas, USA?

Yes, that is just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
I am travelling from London on a United ticket on flight UA 9232 but by Lufthansa carrier to Frankfurt on 12 May 17. I have to catch the connecting United Airlines flight to Chicago UA 906 the dame day. The difference between these two flights arrival and departure is one hour and 30 minutes. Can someone clarify whether is it possible for me to check in my baggage at London itself and collect it at Chicago ? And is the time of just one and half hour enough to change gates at Frankfurt ? In essence; whether United Airlines operating through another airline -Lufthansa in this case would provide me the facility of a through check in at London and I would not be burdened to collect and re-check in my bags at Frankfurt.
Yes, you do not have to do anything with your bags in Frankfurt. All you have to do in Frankfurt is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have enough time.
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Do I need to collect my check in luggage at FRA? Thanks.
No, you don't need to do anything with your bags in Frankfurt if both flights are on the same reservation. Just go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
I'm flying to LAX from heathrow with a connecting flight in Frankfurt, will 1 hour layover be enough time to get my connecting flight?
If both flights are on Lufthansa, yes, that should be enough time.
I am flying from South Africa to Croatia via FRA, all on Lufthansa. I have a Croatian visa, but will I need to go through security checks during transit and therefore require a Schengen visa?
Security checks alone do not require a transit visa. Only border control does, unless you are a citizen of the few dozen countries that require an airport transit visa.
I am flying from Oslo with Lufthansa to Frankfurt and my connecting flight to Miami is also Lufthansa, layover time is 1 hour and 40 minutes. Date is 21/12 2017. Is the layover time sufficient?
Yes, that is enough time if everything goes smoothly.