I have a 1:30 flight from Newark to Phoenix Saturday. My train gets to the Newark rail station at 1130 and if I tack on another 15 minutes to get to the terminal does that give me ample time with no checked bags to make the flight?
We are flying into Dallas Fort Worth from Tampa. We have a very short connection time to get to our next gate, which is to Vancouver, BC. Will we still be in a secure area, or do we need to go out, and come back in through security? We need to make that flight to Vancouver because we are leaving on a cruise ship. If we miss this flight, we miss the cruise.
You didn't post exactly how much time you have, but the Skylink train connects all gates at DFW inside security and all you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Providing our flight is on time; we land in Dallas at 7:43am and our flight to Vancouver BC leaves at 8:50. I know they close the door at @ 8:25.
That is enough time. Also if you are connecting they wait until like 8:40 or 8:45 to close to the door.
I’ll be flying from London to DFW , before connecting to New Orleans ( final destination): 1. I understand that I need to clear immigration on the 1st port of entry to US which is DFW in my case. Since I am a traveler from Asia with a B1/B2 visa, Can I use the automated passport control (APC) at DFW or do I need to queue at CBP counter .
I’ll be leaving for London from New Orleans, via DFW approximately a week later: 2. When fly from New Orleans to DFW, do I need to clear immigration at DFW again and reclaim my luggage before recheck-in at the transit counter ( just as we need to do when we 1st enter US) ?
I have a 2 hour layover at DFW to catch my connecting flights from DFW to New Orleans and on my return another 2 hour layover at DFW before connecting to London:
3. is there enough time to catch the connecting flight considering the tight immigration/custom screening? I’ll by flying British Airways and connecting at Dallas with American Airlines, both are members of One World Alliance (code-share)
Passengers entering on a Visa cannot use the APC kiosk.
There is no US Immigration or Customs when leaving the US. All you have to do in DFW on your way out of the US Is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You have enough time both ways.