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  • Bobby
    Jul 1, 2015
    1
    We are leaving ATL from gate T17 but the map only goes to T15. Where is T17? Is it after T15 even though it doesn't show on map?

     

    Yes, they added gates for United at the end of the T concourse. T17 is now at the end of T. The map has not been updated.

     

  • Bobby
    Jun 30, 2015
    0
    We are leaving ATL from gate T17 but the map only goes to T15. Where is T17? Is it after T15 even though it doesn't show on map?

     

  • going to Peru
    Jun 30, 2015
    1
    We are starting in Akron, connect in Atlanta, then head to Peru today. How early do you suggest getting to the first airpot, Akron? Is the international flight considered the Atlanta to Peru leg?

     

    Yes, the international leg is the second flight. The only thing extra you may have to do in Akron is they will probably check your passports when you check your bags. You can arrive a little over an hour before your flight in Akron. All you have to do in Atlanta is take the plane train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you will depart.

     

  • What terminal to have someone pick me up
    Jun 29, 2015
    3
    Am traveling from Atlanta to Houston June 14th flight GWHGOR and need to know which terminal to have someone to pick me up from in Houston. Thanks.

     

    What airline are you flying? What Houston airport are you flying to?

     

    Sorry for the slip. Flying Delta into Houston Bush international.

     

    You will arrive into IAH Terminal A.

     

  • TOKYO (NRT)-ATL-LIMA(LIM)
    Jun 28, 2015
    2
    US Citizen. Flying on one ticket-Delta-this August. Lay over in ATL is 1 hour-50 minutes. Recently discovered this info (getting baggage, immigration, security, rechecking baggage, etc.) about transiting in the USA. Do you think one hour-50 minutes is enough for a smooth transfer? Since I cannot get out of my present nonrefundable reservation, I was thinking that if it seemed too difficult (greater than 50% chance of potentially missing my connection), maybe I would change my travel plans in Peru-at this point still doable, but I would rather not.

     

    Yes, 1 hr 50 minutes should be enough time.

     

    Thanks ZAP from me and all else you help

     

  • 45 minute layover
    Jun 25, 2015
    1
    Fly on Delta from ATL to PUJ, Will a 45 minutes layover be enough time for international trip to DR, I always seem to have issues with layover flights.

     

    Yes, if your first flight is domestic that is enough time, but it obviously leaves no time to spare if the first flight is delayed. In Atlanta you just have to take the plane train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you will depart.

     

  • SCL - ATL - LAX
    Jun 23, 2015
    1
    Hey! I'll be flying soon from SCL (Chile) airport to LAX, with 2 hour layover in ATL. I'm a first time flyer (by myself, that is) and I'm a bit scared as of what I'll have to do once I get to Concourse F (the INT'L flights terminal) and how to get to the Domestic flights terminalto catch my flight to LAX. Will I have to pass through security again? What about flight check-in? How will I know what train/shuttle/whatever to take to the Delta Airlines terminal for domestic flights? I know this sounds silly, but I just need to feel safe and make sure that I won't get lost there, since the airport back home isn't as big as this one. Thanks!!

     

    You will be checked in and get your boarding pass for both flights in Santiago. Once you arrive in atlanta you will be funneled to US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, then follow signs for connecting passengers and re-check bags at the re-check desk, then go through security. Then take the plane train (the only train you can take) to your departure concourse. You can get your departure gate from the monitors after your clear customs or from delta.com or the delta app on your phone. You have enough time.

     

  • Is 50 minutes enough layover time?
    Jun 22, 2015
    1
    Hi, I am traveling from Columbus, OH to Madrid with a 50 minute layover in Atlanta, will this be enough time to connect if there were no delays?

     

    Yes, that should be enough time if your first flight is on-time. All you have to do is take the plane train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you will depart.

     

  • Flight connection
    Jun 22, 2015
    1
    We are flying in from LAX on Delta VS 5178 on 24 sept arriving at 18:10. We have a connecting flight on Virgin VS 110 departing at 19:10. Will there be enough time and what time will the Man flight close the doors. Many thanks.

     

    Answered below.

     

  • Connecting flight
    Jun 22, 2015
    3
    We are flying in from LAX on VS 5178 on 24 sept arriving at 18:10. We have a connecting flight on VS 110 departing at 17:10. Will ther be enough time and what time will the Man flight close the doors. Many thanks.

     

    Note that your first flight is operated by Delta. You say you are departing before you are arriving. Do you have the times backwards?

     

    Oops,sorry. Yes you are correct. We arrive at 18:10 and depart at 19:10.

     

    Yes, that is enough time. You just have to take the plane train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you will depart.

     

  • connection between terminals within security zone?
    Jun 18, 2015
    1
    my daughter will be arriving into ATL from CLT at Terminal S and she will need to connect to terminal I for her international flight to CDG. Can she connect between the two terminals without having to exit the serurity zone or will she have to go through security again? Thanks! She has one hour to do that. OK?

     

    She actually doesn't even have to change terminals. She just has to take the plane train from her arrival gate in concourse T, A, B, C, or D to her departure gate in concourse E or F. These are connected inside security. She should have enough time.

     

  • nyc atl kin
    Jun 17, 2015
    3
    flying delta nyc to atlanta then to kingston jamaica with 49 min layover...can i make it

     

    Yes, it's possible. You just have to take the plane train from your arrival concourse to concourse E or F where you will depart. But there is no time to spare if your flight from NY is late.

     

    do they check the luggage straight to destination

     

    yes, they do assuming you purchased your tickets together on one reservation. There is no US Customs when leaving the US.

     

  • 45 min layover
    Jun 17, 2015
    1
    I'm flying Delta from Charlotte to Jacksonville and have a45 min layover in Atlanta is this enough time for connecting flight and how do I use Plane Train

     

    Yes, that is enough time. To us the plane train you simply follow signs pointing to the other concourses. This leads you to the center of the concourse where there is a big down escalator. Take the escalator down and there you are, at the plane train.

     

  • Orlando to Milwaukee via Atlanta
    Jun 16, 2015
    1
    Hi, We are tourists, flying from Orlando to Milwaukee with a connection at Atlanta, all through Delta. We have a connecting time between flights of 1 hr 11 min. I can see from previous replies that that should be sufficient, but needed to confirm if thre are any extra checks for non-US citizens that may take time. Also in the worst case that we our flight to ATL is delayed, does Delta have frequent flights to Milwaukee ? Thanks in advance

     

    When traveling domestically in the US, all passengers are treated the same, regardless of nationality. Delta has 7 daily flights from Atlanta to Milwaukee including one that leaves as late as 10:24 PM.

     

  • 40 minute layover
    Jun 15, 2015
    1
    I'm flying from Buffalo to Orlando and have a 40 minute layover in Atlanta, is that enough time? I'm taking Delta Air

     

    That's enough time if your first flight is on-time. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. The Plane Train connects all concourses inside security. If your flight is late and you miss your connection, Delta has almost hourly flights from Atlanta to Orlando that you can be rebooked on.

     





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