I'm flying in on Alaska Airlines from Seattle and connecting to a Delta Airlines flight to Atlanta. Could someone please tell me if I will need to pass through TSA again? And, if so, about how long should I need between flights. Thank you!
Arriving in a international fly from Sydney, Australia in Qantas airlines at 13.00 and departing to Tampa, Florida in American Airlines at 14.45, would I have enough time? from which terminal to which I should go? could you describe the steps to clear customs if a check luggage in Sydney to destination in Tampa? travel on my own.
Very concerned about my niece going on a flight alone! Is there any way that my sister can walk her daughter to the gate that she is suppose to be at? Niece is only 12!, she doesn't get it, when we tell her she has to be at gate to get on the airplane! Niece is going on a camping trip in Denver!, no electronics are allowed!!
Helo. My 21 yr old daughter will be traveling alone for the 1st time in Europe. She will only have carryon luggage. She arrives FCO at 9:15 and her flight to London is at 11:45. Both are in terminal 3. What will she need to do when she deplanes to get to the next gate and is this enough time? Thank you!
All she should have to do is walk from her arrival gate to her departure gate. If she doesn't have her boarding pass for her London flight she'll have to get it from the counter of the London airline.
Arriving from Brussels with Delta at T4 an take an intern Delta flight at T2. Do I have to catch my luggage, go through immagration (Belgian citizen) and customs ? This is the first time and I'm a little confused. Have plenty of time between the two flights. Please tell me how and what to do.
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, then take the AirTrain to T2 and go through security.
I will be arriving at LGA at 7:30 a.m. to then connect to a 10:a.m. departure flight to MSP. How far away are the two terminals and will I have enough time?
All delta gates are connected inside security. You can walk between them all in 15 minutes. You have plenty of time.
Thanks so very much ZAP. Have you been to the Minneapolis, Chicago and Philadelphia airports? Had similar questions regarding the arrival and departure gates at those airports. Thanks
Yes, I have been to all three airports - although I haven't been to Philadelphia in a long time (but I have a lot of information on it).
Terminal 1 in Minneapolis Delta; Terminal 3 in Chicago ORD American Airlines. How are the gates in these terminals. Thanks
MSP is a very nice airport. If you are flying American the American gates are in a small area. Terminal 3 at ORD is fairly simple and all gates are connected inside security.
Sorry, I read now that you are flying Delta out of MSP. Delta uses almost all of Terminal 1. It is generally pretty nice. Some of the gate areas are small but they are really only used for small aircraft.
You are so very kind to help with your advice and experience. My mind is so at ease now. I really appreciate your help!