We arrive 2E from EWR (Air France) and have one hour to get to 2F for our flight to LIN (Alitalia). We both have EU passports and can get through shorter line. What are odds both us and our bags make it onto the flight for LIN?
Late Jan - DL flight arrives 6:30 PM and international flight leaves 7:32 - too early to tell which terminals. DL says it's okay.
Yes, if the first flight is domestic or precleared that should be enough time. All International flights leave from Terminal 4. If you arrive in Terminal 2 it is connected to Terminal 4 inside security by a shuttle bus.
I am a first time flyer. I will be flying from CLT to Houston with a connecting flight to Portland Or. Is 42 minutes enough time to make the next flight?
If both flights are on United that is enough time as long as the first flight is on-time. The SkyWay/Terminalink train connects all terminals inside security if you have to change terminals. However, it doesn't leave much time if the first flight is delayed.
i have a connecting flight on jet blue and my southwest incoming flight arrives 1 our earlier. do i have time to make the connection if my flight comes into terminal 1 and my connection goes out of terminal 3? do i need to go through tsa security again?
This will be very difficult unless your Southwest flight arrives very early and you have no checked baggage. It is possible to take the train from Terminal 1 to the D concourse and then the D concourse to Terminal 3/E concourse. It's very difficult.
we will arrive Houston on 14th Jan at 1:15pm by air NZ, then need to claim the luggage, through US immigration and customs, then recheck in at 4:00pm through Unted Airlines to Orlando. do we have enough time to transfer?
My flight from the uk lands jfk 23.05 my connecting flight to Honolulu is 08.15 the next morning.
Is it worth paying for a hotel for such few hours? Are the facilities at the airport able to accommodate such a layover?
Personally, I would hang out in the terminal as this is quite a short layover. On paper, this looks like a 9 hour layover, but when you factor in time to deplane, transit to hotel and back to airport at least 90 minutes before flight departure, you might be lucky to get 5 hours of sleep. It is up to you to decide if that is sufficient for you to go through hassle to get there and back, and then if it is worth the extra cost.
My decision matrix requires at least 12 hours and no lounge access. I need to get at least 7 hours of sleep in a hotel bed for me to consider it worth the expense. I would actually prefer to pay for lounge access if lounge also features showers...the SkyClub in terminal where international flights operate has showers and a restaurant. JFK has terminal seats that can accommodate a person stretching out and early operating hours for food establishments.
we are looking at a flight that arrives via Iceland Air, the we need to catch a plane on Delta and the coonection time is about 1 hr 45 min. That seems tight to go though customs and all. Is it too tight?
That is not enough time as Delta operates from the Lindbergh terminal (T1) and Icelandair operates from the Humphrey terminal (t2). You will have to take your bags on the train with you from T1 to T2. Depending on where your final destination is, you may save time by booking on an airline that flies from T2 (Sun Country or Southwest).
Hi ! I will fly from DUBAI to ATLANTA (DL7) and then ATLANTA to WASHINGTON from flight DL201 which will arrive at 10:54. My question is: in which Terminal /Gate in Washington I will arrive? Is there any separate Terminals for domestic flights? Thanks
You will arrive in concourse E or F, go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through customs, then re-check your bags at the transfer desk, then go through security and take the Plane Train to your departure concourse.