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I am arriving Air NZ terminal D & leaving terminal A to Toronto on Air Canada. Is there a recheck of bags at Terminal D for Air Canada flights (is all on one ticket & is code share)? I have 3 hrs between flights - presume this is enough? Thanks
Yes, you can re-check your bags in Terminal D at the re-check desk. You should have enough time.
Hello -we are flying from Cabo San Lucas to Houston and then connecting to Newark. Our flight will arrive in Houston on a Sat eve at approx. 4:55pm and our flight to Newark leaves at 7:30pm. After we go through customs do we have to reclaim our bags? How does the check in with bags works for the connection? I am hoping 2 hours will be sufficient? Thank you!!
Yes, 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 to your departure gate. You should have enough time.
Hi, I have a flight from Mexico to Tokyo with a 1hr 30min layover in IAH. The flights are with ANA. I have a checked bag. Can I make the connection when both flights are in terminal E? Will my bag go all the way to Tokyo? Thanks
Your bags will be tagged to Tokyo but you may have to claim them in Houston. You will go through US Immigration, US Customs, and Security. You have barely enough time if everything goes perfectly.
My child and I are both traveling internationally but from two different terminals. My child is Terminal D and I'm Terminal E. Question - Can I go through TSA screening in terminal D and get to terminal E without going through TSA screening again?
Yes, you can, they're really just two sides of the same building.
Let me start this letter with a comment about living within 20 miles of IAH for over 30 years. I have flown for many of those years, but have only recently been relegated to the need for wheelchair assistance. I have 8 fused vertebrae and unbelievable pain that I wake, walk and live through each day. If you are like me (prior to being disabled), then you probably have no idea what it's like to be in this position, until you are in it. I hope and pray you never will have to experience it.
On July 22 I flew out of IAH to PIT on a United flight. The flight was uneventful except for an unforeseen air pocket â€“ which caused a huge pounding on my already sore spine. Upon landing we were met in the jetway â€“ IN THE JETWAY â€“ by a representative from PIT Aviation Safeguard Wheelchair Assistance. His name was Ricky. Ricky was very outgoing, personable and wanted to know your needs â€“ not just your injury â€“ but what he could do to make you more comfortable without causing more injury. He was amazing. Not only did he take us to our luggage, but then escorted us across the street to the rental car agency until we received our car. He truly epitomized the definition of customer service.
Upon my return from PIT to IAH we used the services at PIT again. Just as we found with our first experience, the people hired and supervised by PIT were amazing. ALL of them were very concerned about your comfort and anything they could do to make your transition more comfortable. Amazing people with obviously amazing training and expectations. Then we returned to Houston IAH. Having to wait for a cart. Then having the driver sit in the cart as we loaded the luggage (yes, me too) into the cart was not what I expected.
Perhaps Houston IAH could use a page out of PIT's training manual when working with the disabled??? Instead of just working for a paycheck, people should be hired for their 'attitude' and/or ability to serve. It seems PIT has found the formula. IAH needs to study PIT's playbook and study it carefully before they try to claim a "decent" status for the disabled. On a scorecard, I would rate IAH a 2 and PIT a 9.5. There's a lot of room for improvement at IAH. Try asking for help.
I'm sorry about your experience, but this is not IAH's website. Nobody from IAH will read this.