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One of guests, Mr Gaston Vanduyseadem, is arriving tomorrow, March 20, with Brussels Airlines, flight 501, at 2.05pm at JFK and due to his physical condition, he will need assisitance wiht luggage handling from terminal 1 to terminall 5. He has a flight with Jetblue at 5.30pm, leaving from terminal 5. Can it be arranged that a luggage service is waiiting for him when he arrives at gate 1? Obviously, he wil pay for this serivice. Please let me know, so we can inform our guest before his departure tomorrow morning what he can expect upon arrival.
Your guest needs to contact his first airline to arrange for transfer. If that is too late, he needs to advise his flight attendant of his upcoming need. I suggest that he open www.ifly.com/jfk, then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text (re international arrivals procedure, and terminal transfers (P.S.: I have Brussels Airline listed as being at Terminal 8.)
We will be flying on Air Canada from Quebec City (YQB) to JFK with ether a transfer in Montreal or Toronto. In JFK will be taking Turkish airlines to Istanbul
Here are my questions 1) Is it possible to check the bag all they way through to Istanbul even with two bookings that way will not pay the 25$?
2) Second will we have to go through US custom at JFK and recheck our bags with Turkish? If so how much time is recommended Thanks
You generally aren't able to check a bag through when you purchase two separate reservations. You will clear US immigration in Montreal or Toronto, not JFK. If you purchase the tickets on two separate reservations, you will have to claim your baggage at the regular domestic baggage claim in JFK and re-check it with Turkish. I'd want at least 2 hours to do that, preferably 2.5.
Also note that Air Canada arrives at Terminal 7 of JFK Airport, while Turkish Airlines uses Terminal 1. Look for the sign for the 'Airline Terminals Train' which makes its continuous loop around the terminals; however it stops in the unsecured areas, meaning you need, after checking your bag in with Turkish, to go through security check at Terminal 1 before proceeding to your connecting gate.
I fly into Terminl 5 at JFK from Dublin (having pre-cleared customs and border control) and I am flying on to Tampa (also from Terminal 5). There is 90 mins between flights and my bags will be checked through. Is that enough time?
Are you sure you arrive & depart from Terminal 5 which has gates 1 to 25. Note, however:my list only shows Hawaiian & JetBue airlines from this terminal). Check your ticket. If indeed T5, you simly walk over to your connecting gate. Otherwise, I suggest you open www.ifly.com/jfk then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text for terminal details & connections via the Airline Terminals Train, running continuously between all terminals, but in the unsecured area, requiring going through security check before proceeding to connecting gate.
leaving for india from sfo by ua203,i will be booking my baggages for india at sfo,taking lh419 from iad to frankfurt.ua203 should reach iad by 1600hrs and lh419 should leave by 1740hrs.what are the predeparture requirements including security check at iad.is there direct shuttle service from d/c gate to b gate and what is the frequeny if shuttle service.pl reply.regards
At IAD, the Underground Aerotrain runs in a continuous loop from the main terminal's post-security area to the center of the midfield concourses A/B and C/D, takes minutes, but presently does not serve the D gates; it can be used for the following gates: A1-32, B35-79, and C1-30. A shuttle bus runs from the D gates to the Main Terminal or to the A gates - between gates D15-21 & D9-11 and arrives at gate A6 of Midfield Concourse A/B. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/iad, then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.
we have just discovered this ifly - sitting with my chikdren watching daddy's plane tracking down the east coast. This is a great website -thank you!!
Note also that iFly lists over 700 world-wide airports, all you need to do is enter www.ifly.com and add an airport, Code or City name on top. The front page gives you airport general data, including transportation options from the Airport. For terminal details click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS, then scroll down to the detailed text, with international arrivals procedures, terminals layout & transfers, and more.