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Hi! I am flying into JFK from LHR and will obviously do customs and border control there. I am then getting a totally new flight on a seperate ticket from JFK to Atlanta, where I am then getting a connecting flight from Atlanta to Lexington bluegrass. I only have 30mins from when I land in Atlanta to get on my connecting flight. Is this achieveable? What security will I then have to go through when I arrive? (As I will have already done customs etc at JFK). All my flights are operated by Delta. Any info about what terminals I need to get to and from and security information would be much appreciated.
All you have to do in Atlanta is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. All concourses are connected inside security by the Plane Train. It is possible, but risky.
I've booked a flight via Virgin Atlantic starting with an internal domestic flight with Delta which is scheduled to land at 6.33 pm. I then have to get across the airport to pick up a Virgin flight to the UK that departs at 7.25pm. My thoughts are that this doesn't give enough time to get across a busy airport given delays getting off the plane and to the international gate. Virgin won't put me on an earlier internal flight unless I pay£150! Not happy. Am I going to have enough time to make the connection?
That is enough time if the first flight is on-time. All you have to do is take the Plane Train from your arrival concourse to Concourse F.
Need direction as to drive to international terminal for Lufthansa
It is thoroughly signed. You get to it off I-75
I'm arriving in ATL at 6:07 (terminal s) and I need to get to Virgin Atlantic connection by 7:15 (Terminal I) 1. is Term. S the domestic terminal? 2. I am assuming Term I is Concourse F? 3. how close will I be cutting it? Leave it to Delta to label the terminals different from the airport.....
You don't actually have to change terminals. You just take the Plane Train from your arrival concourse to Concourse F. You have enough time.
Arriving in Atlanta on a domestic Delta flight, how do I get to concourse for a Delta (Air France) flight to Paris?
The Plane Train connects all concourses inside security. You just have to take the Plane Train from your arrival concourse to your departure concourse.
We are a Uk family of 5 travelling from Orlando to Atlanta for a connecting flight to Cancun in August.
Flight arrival 1150
Cancun flight leaves 1355

Any directions or tips would be great...thanks.
That is plenty of time. All you have to do is take the Plane Train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you depart.
We are arriving into Terminal I from YYZ (We will be clearing US customs there) and leaving from Terminal I to MSY. We have a 1 hour connection time. Is this doable?
On the way back we have 2.5 hours so I do not have a concern there.
All you have to do in Atlanta is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. If you have to change concourses (you probably will), they are all connected inside security by the Plane Train. You have enough time.
Which terminal do I go to if I am flying from Atlanta to Newark NJ to Scotland? And when I get to Newark which terminal?
If you are flying United then you go to the N Domestic Terminal. In Newark you will arrive in Terminal C or A and depart from Terminal C.
I am flying with my elderly mom who cannot walk long distances between flights. We will have a 50 minute layover in Atlanta. Will there be a cart available to get us to the next flight? Do I need to request one? Thanks.
You will have to request Wheelchair service by calling your airline.
Thank you, I will.
Sorry, further to my question from a few minutes ago, I meant is 2hrs 20mins enough to transfer from a UK flight to Terminal I (not S) to Terminal S to fly onto Indianapolis?
Many thanks, Neil
Yes, that is enough time. Once you clear customs you will go through security and take the plane train directly to your departure concourse. You don't actually have to go to Terminal S.