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Hi, I fly into ATL from MCO tonight (Delta) and fly out on KLM to AMS. I've 1hr 35mins. Is that likely to be enough time? Will I have to pick my luggage up as I did on the way in? Many thanks.
You will not have to claim your bags in Atlanta on your way to Amsterdam, there is no US Customs when leaving the US. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate using the Plane Train. You have enough time.
I am flying in on Delta to the South Terminal, My Husband is flying in Frontier in the North terminal 2 hours later. Will I be able to go from the south terminal to the north without going back through security?
They are the same building. The North and South baggage claims are just two sides of the same building - you can walk between them. Additionally you could even meet him at his departure gate on the D concourse after you arrive.
I am flying from Manchester into Atlanta Gate B10, from there I have to find GateA28 to board to Pensacola. Do I have to take a train or anything?
I'm guessing you mean Manchester, New Hampshire (a flight from Manchester, England would not arrive in B). Yes, you will have to take the Plane Train from B to A. It connects all concourses inside security.
I'm flying out of Tampa and landingn in the S Terminal in Atlanta (on Tuesday, 27 Sep). I have a 3 hour layover and then I leave out of I Terminal (at least that's what my itinerary says) to head to Incheon International Airport in Korea. What is the process for baggage recheck and customs? Will I have to drag all my baggage all over the airport? I've just had a really bad experience in LA and want to be prepared.
You don't actually have to change terminals. If both flights are on the same reservation, you don't have to do anything with your bags in Atlanta on your way to Seoul. All you have to do is take the train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you depart.
Hi, I'm a British citizen travelling from MAN to ATL to MCO I land in ATL at 15:05 and the flight to MCO leaves at 17:00 The flight is virgin connecting to delta so will this be enough time given i will have to go through security and collect/drop off baggage etc? Thanks
That should be just about enough time if everything goes smoothly.
When or how can I find out which concourse my Virgin Atlantic flight from MAN will land at next summer? I'll then be connecting to a Delta domestic flight to MCO which I think will depart from the domestic terminally.
When next summer is it you're going goosey ? I am also doing the same next summer and was wondering the same thing.
July . Looking at your flight times, we nearly booked that flight but found another flight an hour later so that gave us a 3 hour layover before we depart for MCO