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Hello. Will be flying from Calgary by Air Canada, connection at YVR is supposed to be 1hr 58 min, then to Beijing by Air China, in one ticket. would appreciate you advise if 1 hr 58 mins connection enough? After I land at YVR, do i need to pass any custom or security? normally do I need to pick up my luggauge? Thanks a lot.
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do in Vancouver is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
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I'm getting in to Vancover via Air Canada at 9:30 am (Terminal M, Main) and flying Air Canada to Anchorage at 12:05( Teminal M, Main). Two seperate reservations. Do I have enough time?
That should be enough time. If you show your Anchorage confirmation to the Air Canada agent in your first city you can have your bags checked through to Anchorage and go straight to US Immigration and Customs preclearance in Vancouver.
Yes, it does, it has a facility that it shares with T6. All United International arrivals except those arriving in the early morning from Australia use it (because the T6/T7 facility isn't open in the early morning).
Hi, I'm currently booking flights from Adelaide to Toronto. All the Qantas flights go through either Sydney or Brisbane and head overseas to either LAX or San Francisco. What is the minimum amount of time I'd need to make a connection in Australia? All the flights only seem to have a maximum of 90 minutes layover.
that would be plenty of time. 60-90 minutes would be fine.