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Air NZ has a connecting flight with 1hour 50min stopover in Houston. That seems awfully tight for inbound passing through customs. Familar with LAX (awful) and SFO (v. good), but not Houston. Advice appreciated.
Houston is about the same as SFO. It's pretty good. It's possible. Also, United has almost hourly flights from Houston to Chicago if you do miss your connection.
I arrive at IAH at 10:45 am and depart 11:30 for Taipei. Any recommendations on what I can do during my layover? I only have a backpack and no check-in luggage. Wouldn't mind finding a place to rest and shower or possibly do something near the airport.
I flew into Houston airport last Wednesday and needed assistants because a sprained my ankle on vacation. I had a wheel chair for part of my way around the airport and it was fabulous, but I was taken for a short trip ny golf cart and I tried to tip according to how far each one took me but one trip with one of the guys, I ask him to change a 20 fir me so I could give home 5 bucks but he said as he handed back my change I get 10 if you ride my cart. I thought he was terribly rude. There was one lady that took great care of me in a wheel chair she was from Dominica Republic and she was so sweet I gave her 20 Dollars but the other jerk is ripping older people and handicap off . He needs fired.
Hi , I am traveling to San Jose, California from NY Laguardia with 39 minutes layover in Houston all on United. I already bought my tickets but now doubting it is possible to make this connection. Both early morning flights arriving in IAH at 8:45 and leaving for SJC at 9:19. Only carry on. Thank you
It's certainly possible if your first flight is on-time. Both flights should be in Terminal C.
I'm flying in from NRT to IAH on an ANA flight. My connecting flight to JAX is with United. My bags will only be checked in through IAH and then I'll have to check in with United once I arrive and clear customs. How does that work inside IAH? Do I have to leave the airport and come back in? Is their a check-in kiosk back there?
If both flights are on the same reservation your bags will be tagged to JAX, but in Houston you will have to go through US Immmigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, then there is a desk right after Customs where you can drop off your bags. Then you go through security and to your departure gate (likely using the Skyway train).
My bags will not be checked through to JAX. It's a separate ticket/itineration/confirmation number. Will I be able to check in after customs and not have to leave the airport?
When you clear US Customs you will be outside security. You will have to take your bags on the Subway Train to your departure Terminal (either B or C), re-check them with United and go through security.
Hi! We are travelling from MSY to SAN with a 45 min layover in IAH on the 12th of January 2017. The flight numbers are UA520 and UA1870. Can you tell me if we have to switch terminals and if so how long will it take?
Both flights should be in Terminal C. You should have enough time if the first flight is on-time.
I'm actually not a US citizen. I'm flying on a Visa Waiver P from Lima, Peru - connecting in Houston, Texas - then to New Jersey, USA as my final destination. Will I have to do see customs and security in Houston, Texas or will I have to see them in my final destination Newark, New Jersey??? Please, help. I'm flying United Arilines.
In Houston you will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, then go through security and to your departure gate.
I will be arriving with United from Costa Rica in Terminal E and havng a connection flight with Lufhansa from Terminal D in Houston. Do I have to immigrate into the US and what's about the luggage. Do I have to clear the Luggage in Terminal E after arrival from Costa Rica and re check in or will the luggae directly tranferred to my final destination to Frankfurt ?
Yes, you have to go through US Immigration, Customs and security. However, since you are on an International to International connection, you should not have to claim your bags.