I am travelling from Anchorage, Alaska to Tampa, FL. My first flight is on Alaska Airlines with my connecting flights both being on United Airlines. Will Alaska Airlines check my bag through to it's final destination? These flights were booked on one reservation.
Note: I have layovers but they are only 1 hour 30 mins at SEA and 1 hour 1 min at IAH.
Yes, your bags should be checked through to Tampa. You have enough time for both connections.
Thank you SO much! This takes so much anxiety/stress away! (:
Hi, I'm traveling with family of 2 children under 4 years old my wife , and I. Departing from Qatar to JFK terminal 7, then from JFK to Det through delta airline. My concern is how to get our 6 baggages transfers from terminals . And weather they provide special service for transportation people with their baggage from terminals
There is a train called the AirTrain that runs between all terminals outside security. You will have to carry your bags on that.
My mom was traveling from Jacksonville Fl to Fort Lauderdale yesterday 3/15/17 then she had connecting flight to Bogota, the Jet blue carrier took her carrion bag from her, not enough room. The bag never arrived to final destination;Bogota. How do we get more information about the whereabouts of it?
I'm arriving to LAX form Tokyo at 10:40 am, my connection flight to Miami is at 12:50 pm all American airlines flights. Do I have enough time to pass immigration and customs? I have also the world traveler ID
Yes, you will have to 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.
Please advise - I'll be traveling to Tokyo from CLE via UA all the way. Do I need to go through the U.S. Immigration and Custom and recheck in my luggage or will it ship all the way from CLE to Tokyo? I will arrived into Denver at 10:33 am and departing at 12:30 pm for Tokyo - that's about 2 hrs. Is this connection time good enough? Thanks.
In Denver 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. You have enough time.
Sorry, I thought you were going From Tokyo to Cleveland. On the way to Tokyo all you have to do in Denver is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have plenty of time.
Hi - I intend to purchase a domestic flight from Ohio to SFO via UA. However, I'd like to know should I transit from Chicago or Denver and since there'll be a one "stopover" - can you kindly advise the minimum connection time. Do I have to go through the U.S. immigration and customs pre-clearance at Chicago or Denver?! I know there's a non-stop flight but I'm not able to take that flight on that day. Appreciate your kind advise.
There is no US Immigration or Customs when traveling on domestic flights. Transiting Denver is generally a bit easier but Chicago isn't bad either.
Thank you for your quick response. Supposedly I'd travelled on the flight from Ohio and transit at Denver. Are you saying that I'd only have to walk over to the departure gate for SFO? And so, my luggage will be sent all the way from Ohio to SFO to be picked up upon arrival? Will I be able to make the connection within 1~1.5 hours?! Thanks again!
Yes, that is all you have to do to make your connection.
Thank you so much again for your time and the prompt response!