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  • fly into term C ned to catch flight from term G ,how long does it take
    Dec 2, 2013
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    I need to get from the term c or A and get over to term G. Looking from the map is that a easy connection ? Looking at the map of the terminal looks like a connecting bridge for easy tansfer ? Thx

     

    All those gates are inside a single terminal, the Lindbergh terminal. They are just different concourse. They are all connected beyond security and getting between them will take less than 20 minutes.

     

  • what-a-burger
    Dec 2, 2013
    0
    Fast service-fresh food

     

  • OKC to IAD then1:02 hr connection to MUC (Munich)
    Dec 1, 2013
    1
    I arrive at IAD from OKC at 4:13 p.m. Jan. 9th, 2014, flight UA3697. Depart to Munich MUC 5:15 p.m., flight UA132. Is one hour enough time to make the connection? What terminals are these likely to be at? Thanks in advance.

     

    IAD only has one terminal. Your flight from OKC will likely arrive in Concourse C/D and your flight to Munich will also depart from C/D. Yes, if your first flight is on-time you should have enough time.

     

  • Concourses for United Express flights
    Dec 1, 2013
    1
    I will be flying UA6054 EWR to IAD Dec. 23 and connecting to UA5749 to SAV. Both are United Express flights. Layover time is less than an hour. Any idea what concourse(s) my flights will be arriving and departing at IAD and will this be enough time for the connection?

     

    It appears that 6054 EWR-IAD always arrives in C (although Embraer Regional Jets do arrive in A sometimes, so it's not a guarantee that it will arrive in C). 5749 has departed from A, D, and C within the past 2 weeks, so it's a total crapshoot. If you have to get to A, the mobile lounge and Aerotrain connect it to C and D. If your first flight is on-time you should have enough time.

     

  • T8 to T4
    Dec 2, 2013
    4
    Hi I arrive to JFK with American Airlines at 11:45 terminal 8 from Toronto Pearson (already cleared U.S. customs in Toronto), I am a first time solo flyer and am a bit nervous about messing up my connection. my next flight is an EL AL flight from terminal 4 to Tel Aviv at 6pm. I know I got enough time to make this connection (no kidding) lol but I'm not sure where exactly to go

     

    correction I get into jfk at 12:45

     

    All you have to do is claim your baggage from American and take the AirTrain/Air Terminals Train to Terminal 4. It is clearly marked. The El Al check-in counter may not be open yet when you get to T4 so you'll have some time to kill.

     

    Everything is under one ticket... Do I still need to pick up my baggage if it's under one ticket?

     

    In that case, no you shouldn't. AA and El Al have an interline agreement and should be able to check your bag through to Tel Aviv, the last time you will have to touch it is in pre-clearance in Toronto.

     

  • RCC to T2
    Dec 1, 2013
    1
    Hello, I'm french and not usual with international airports... So, I'll need to return my rental car at the RCC and then to take the shuttle to terminal2. Are the shuttles easy to find ? And when I'll exit the shuttle at the T2 stop, is clearly indicated to find the delta check-in counters and then my departure gate ? Thank you, Florent.

     

    Yes, everything is clearly marked in the Rental Car Center with how to get to the shuttle. T2 will be the first stop. Delta is pretty much the only airline in Terminal 2. It's a very simple layout.

     

  • YXU - ORD -PVR
    Dec 1, 2013
    2
    Hi, travelling from London, Ontario, Canada To Puerto Vallarta, Mexico through ORD Sunday morning Dec. 8th. Have 2 hours to connect from Terminal 5 to Terminal 1, with no US Customs pre-clearance in London. Is that sufficient time? Aso, any tips appreciated. Thanks

     

    On arrival at ORD you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag; then proceed up one level to the Airport Transit System (ATS) station and take the ATS train, which runs every few minutes, to your connecting Terminal 1, where you need to go through security check before proceeding to your connecting gate. However, if you have no checked baggage, you can now use expedited '1-Stop' customs processing express lanes. You have enough transfer time.

     

    Yes 2 hours should be enough time to do all that.

     

  • international connection
    Dec 1, 2013
    2
    I will be flying American from Miami to La Guardia, then an international flight to Montreal, Canada. Both flights booked with American. Will I have to go through security again? And how far is the international terminal? Will 1hr and 50 minutes be enough time?

     

    American Airlines uses Central Terminal B, Concourse C (gates 1-14) and Concourse D (gates 62-10). If you need to switch to another Concourse, simply walk towards the exit of the incoming Concourse and enter the adjacent outgoing one. No security check needed. You have plenty of time.

     

    Actually American's two concourses at LGA are not connected beyond security. If you need to change concourses you will have to go through security.

     

  • Transfer from Domestic to International
    Dec 1, 2013
    3
    We are flying in from Victoria airport on Air Canada flight due to land at 11:24. Our International flight to London has changed from 15:00 take off to 13:25. Is this enough time to disembark, collect luggage and get to international check in at Air Transat before the desk closes an hour before take off?

     

    First of all, you have plenty of time for transfer. The two International & Domestic terminals are connected at their level 2; Domestic T has gates C25-52; Int'l T has gated D50-78 & E67-99. ACanna uses the C, D & E gates; Air Transat uses D gates. If you purchased both flights on one ticket your bags will be automatically transferred, if not, contact Transat to find out if you need to claim bags on arrival and re-check them in at their counter. If yu have to transfer between terminals, follow signs: international signs are marked with a globe, domestic ones with a Canada flag.

     

    Thanks sanov13. According to the Air Canada details we will be coming into terminal M. As the flights were booked separately we will need to collect our baggage ourselves and then check in at Air Transat. Its been suggested that we change our flight for an earlier one though!

     

    YVR has no Terminal M - The M could stand for 'Main Terminal' - as both International & Domestic terminals are connected on their second level.

     

  • ORD to IAD 1 hour lay-over to CPH
    Nov 29, 2013
    1
    I am traveling tomorrow (with a stroller and a baby), arriving to IAD from ORD on UA 211 (terminal D?) and have 1h5min to change airlines, flying SAS to CPH (terminal B?). Not sure about the terminals. What's the quickest way to get from terminal D to B. Do I have to go thru security? Thanks!

     

    IAD has 2 'Midfield Concourses'- separate buildings in same distance parallel to each other and to the Main Terminal: Concourse A/B & Concourse C/D. United uses gates C & D, (United Express gates A) and SAS gates B). If you land at Gate D you will need to take the shuttle bus to Concourse A/B - stopping at gate A6, where you would need to walk over to B gates (follow signs) If you land at C gates, follow signs to the Aerotrain to Concouse A/B. No security check needed. You should have enough time.

     

  • good place
    Nov 29, 2013
    0
    Easy in and out good snacks and magazines and gadgets for the flight.

     

  • Connecting EWR to EDI
    Nov 28, 2013
    1
    I'm connecting at EWR. Coming from Orlando and then going to Edinburgh, all on United. I have 1 hour 10 minutes, do I have to go through security again and can I make the connection?

     

    United uses both Terminals C & A for domestic flights; and Terminal C for international flights. Upon arrival check the overhead screens for your connecting flight and gate number (i.e., gate C-10). If you need to transfer to Terminal A, take the shuttle bus between TA & TC (near gate C71) & at TA (near gate A28), - no security check needed. Your transfer time will suffice.

     

  • ORD to GUA via IAH (49minute layover)
    Dec 1, 2013
    4
    I'll be flying from Chicago-ORD to Guatemala City-GUA the day after Christmas. I have a 49 minute layover at IAH from Chicago to catch my connecting flight to Guatemala City. I am flying United, and both flights were booked on the same reservation. If all goes as planned I will only have a backpack and carry-on duffel to contend with--no checked bags. Is this likely to be enough time to make the connection (assuming no snowpocalypse)?

     

    At IAH, United uses Terminals A, B, C & E (E for international flights). Absent incoming flight's delay, you should be able to make it on time. The above-ground TerminaLink train, which starts its service at the Terminal A station & connects terminals A, B, C, D/E inside security (30 mins transfer from A to D). However, If arriving at gates C29-45 and transferring to Terminal E: walk towards gates C14-24 and proceeds straight on to Terminal E (gates E1-24). Keep in mi that on your return you will need an extra half hour (minimum) for passport/ customs clearance.

     

    P.S. D to E are connected by tunnel.

     

    You will arrive in C and depart from D which are connected directly.

     

    Sorry depart from E (still connected directly)

     

  • not any better
    Nov 27, 2013
    0
    Hot loud rude cramp. People stacked on top each other. Nothing but nuts

     

  • connection between T1 and T3
    Nov 27, 2013
    2
    Hey , Im flaying from London to Tirana i will change my fly in roma T3 to T1 i have 1:30 . Is that enough time ?

     

    Yes, that should be enough time. It's an easy walk.`

     

    Also, Alitalia flights from Rome to Tirana operate from Terminal 3 since Albania is outside schengen.

     





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