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Hi just wanted to know that i am flying from grenada to delhi via Air Canada and if i have a Transit visa do i still need to go through immigration as there is only 1hr 30 min for the connecting flight
Yes, you will have to go through Canadian immigration in Toronto.
Will one hour and 35 mins is enough to change the flight after immigration
Returning from Puerto Vallarta and counting on to Washington Nation. I have a 1 hour and 56 minute lay over in Dallas. Both flights are AA and there is a terminal change and I have one checked bag. Is 1 hour and 56 minutes enough time to make the connection and clear customs?
Yes, that should be just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
I lost a black iPad with no case, a colourful background and a passcode on Thursday 15th December. In the middle of a Europe trip and it has all of my travel details on it, would really appreciate getting it back! Thanks
I am an American flying from the UK on a United Flight landing in IAH at 3:15 and trying to catch my connecting flight to Pensacola at 4:25. Will this be enough time or do I need call United and try to get a different flight to Pensacola? will I have to grab my bags, check them back in and then try to catch my flight?
No, that's not enough time. 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 in Terminal B.
Hi, I am an international student studying in Chicago. I will go to Montreal tomorrow morning. I did an online checking so is there anything I have to do when I arrive at the airport? Or can I directly go to my gate? I wonder if there is some kind of a passport(visa) control point before going?
All you have to do is go to the gate. There is no passport control when leaving the US. You just show your passport to the gate agent when boarding your flight to Montreal.