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  • Connection Time
    Jan 19, 2013
    1
    I will be traveling .on Alitalia from LAX to FCO and then a connecting flight on the same airline to Naples. I have one hour for transfer. Is that enough time

     

    At FCO you will arrive at T3 and depart from T1. ( FCO's Terminals 1 & 2 are joined and share the Arrivals level; between Terminals 2 & 3 is the air control tower.) After going through passport check and customs clearance, then look for the sign to "Boarding Area B" (gates B1-B30). You have sufficient time.

     

  • From terminal 5 to 7
    Jan 18, 2013
    1
    How long does it take to get from terminal 5 to 7?

     

    On arrival at JFK, at T5, you need to take the "Airline Terminal Train" (follow signs) which runs on a continuous loop around the terminals in the non-secured areas. Your stops after T5 would be T4, T2/3, T1, T8, & T7 - 5 stops - about 12-15 mins. At T7 you need to go through security check before proceeding to your gate.

     

  • Terminal A to C
    Jan 21, 2013
    2
    We fly in from Calgary to TA and then our out going flight to Orlando is through TC. Do you have to go through security again or if you take the termalink train is it on the secured side? We have 80 minutes between flights, is that sufficient time?

     

    At IAH, the above-ground TerminaLink train, which starts its service at the Terminal A station, connects to Terminal C inside security. You have plenty of time for transfer.

     

    We will arrive on UA 1015 from Cancun/CUN to IAH Terminal E at 14:41 and have to connect LH 441 deparing IAH at 16:10 from Terminal D. Pls help me and describe connection between terminals E and D and procedures that we have to pass through. As travelling with 2 young children, we are a bit nervous about connecting. Thank you in advance for info.

     

  • Connecting Flights and Luggage
    Jan 18, 2013
    1
    hi i'm arriving in FRA from South Africa on flight LH0573 at 05:35, 13 June 2013 and have to catch a connecting flight to Dublin flight LH0978 at 10:00 on the same day, will i have to still pick claim my luggage at claims or will the airline transfer it, and will i still use the train to go to my designated gate for the flight? please help with information as i am a first time international flyer, thank you!!

     

    At Frankfurt Airport, Lufthansa uses both Piers A & B of Terminal 1. On arrival, you need to go through non-Schengen passport check. I doubt that you need to pick up your bags for security check; your bags will be automatically transferred to your next Lufthansa flight. Note: Pier A gates are now divided into left-side gates A1-42 and right-side gates A50-69; (note: A gates are on lower level; Z gates are on upper level. Pier B, gates B1-B63: a transfer tunnel near B19 connects to A & Z gates;

     

  • connection
    Jan 17, 2013
    1
    my mom will flight from roanoke virgina to washington dulles by united airline 3422 on feb/10/ 2013 , she will connect to ANA airline NH1 , what is the terminal and the gate ANA ussully depart from washington dulles ?

     

    ANA uses concourse B (around gate B46). Her ROA-IAD flight will probably arrive in concourse A, so it's a pretty easy walk.

     

  • B to D
    Jan 17, 2013
    1
    Have 40 minutes to get from B22 to D34...better to walk or skytram?

     

    The Skylink train runs inside security - its station at TB is between gates B9-12 & B28-31; its stations at TD are at gates D2, D20, D25 & D34.

     

  • T1 to TBIT
    Jan 17, 2013
    3
    I fly thr southwest, will land at LAX at 10:20pm and my next international flight is ANA at 12:10am. I only have 1hr 50mins to transfer. So far I know i need to pick up my check-in bags, run/take shuttle to TBIT and recheck in at ANA counter. my questions are 1. does anyone know the proximate time to get ur check-in bags out at T1? 2.how long will take you to walk from T1 to TBIT? 3. how busy the TSA screening at late night (~11pm)? and last question, does anyone know where ANA counter locate at in TBIT? thanks

     

    1. Only if Southwest does not transfer your bags to ANA, will you need - on arrival at LAX, Terminal 1 - go to the baggage level (2 levels down) and claim your bag, taking it along to TBIT and checking it in at the ANA counter on level 2 before proceeding through security check and on to your gate. As only T2 & T3 are connected by walkway, you need to take the LAX bus Route A on lower arrival level island in front of each terminal, under sign 'LAX shuttle airline connection', which runs every 12-15 mins, and makes stops at T2, T3 & TBIT, taking about 7 mins. You have enough time for transfer.

     

    Southwest does not transfer bags to ANY airline. Walking from T1 to TBIT is pretty far and might take close to half an hour. Security should be pretty empty at that time, even the Australia flights have left by then.

     

    thank you so much for the answers!!!

     

  • Is Harry's Taproom outside security area
    Jan 17, 2013
    1
    Looking for a place to meet friends arriving on same afternoon. Can we get bags and then meet at Harry's Tap Room in the main terminal?

     

    Harry's Tap Room (tel. 703-572-4699) is listed as being at level U (must be below the arrivals level).

     

  • 40 min. layover doable?
    Jan 16, 2013
    2
    I'm coming in from chicago into SEA via alaska airlines, and am going from SEA to juneau, ak still on ak airlines. do you think a 40 min. layover is a doable amount of time, seeing as it's still the same airline (i know in some airports some airlines are bundled into the same terminal, just different gates. is it like that in SEA?)

     

    Alaska uses Concourses C & C & Satellite North. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/sea then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

    thanks! i just looked. how long (if you know) would the shuttle take to get from c to satellite north, and visa versa? i'm not sure where i'll be arriving/departing just yet. seems doable so far if the shuttle doesn't take too long

     

  • Fastest way from T.A - to T. E (Int'l)
    Jan 16, 2013
    1
    HELP! I have 1 hour to connect from Terminal A (United), departing to Mexico from Terminal E (United) -- what's the quickest route?? I see there are above ground, and underground trains. All luggage will be checked. May, MANY thanks!

     

    On arrival at IAH at T1, take the above-ground TerminaLink train, which starts its service at the Terminal A station and connects to terminals B, C, D/E inside security. At TE you get off the TerminaLink and see the ticketing area tot he right. proceed to the gate area (follow signs), which has on eithr side gates E1-E11 & E12-E24.

     

  • arrive to terminl? A to F
    Jan 16, 2013
    0
    HOW DO I GET THERE IS THERE A CHECK POINT

     

  • 33 Mins Between S-Gates and C-Gates
    Jan 16, 2013
    2
    Is a 33min connection time between domestic Delta flight at S-Gates and Alaska flight at C-Gates doable? Will have carry-on bags only and have been at SeaTac before. Alternative is 3+ hrs layover.

     

    Looks quite cumbersome: At SEA, on arrival at South Satellite and transferring to Concourse C, take first the STS train to the Main Terminal, cross over to the shuttle to the North Transit Station, and from there cross again to the train at the opposite side to take you to the end of Concourse C.

     

    Understand the aitport tram routing to get between gates. I'm asking if anyone knows the actual time it takes to get from S-gates to C-gates. Trams run pretty frequently, but not sure what the entire time is on them from S to C-gates.

     

  • Would we have enough time??
    Jan 16, 2013
    1
    We are thinking about taking a flight from Marseille to Rome, then from Rome to Lamenzie Terme. Our flight from Marseille would arrives at 12:25 and our flight to Lamenzie would leave at 13:15. From what I can find, both flights are in and out of T1. Do you think that we would have enough time to make our flight to Lamenzie? Thanks...

     

    50 mins layover at FCO should suffice for your transfer within T1.

     

  • Security between Terminal C and E?
    Jan 14, 2013
    1
    I will arrive from Newark at Terminal C and leave to Managua from Terminal E 55 min later. Do I have tio pass thru security between terminals? Will tehre be enough time?

     

    At IAH, arriving between gates C29-45 and transferring to Terminal E: walk towards gates C14-24 and proceeds straight on to TE. At TE The left-side gateway extension has gates E1 through gates E11, while to the right are gates E12 to E24. You have enough time.

     

  • park to meet someone at terminal 2
    Jan 14, 2013
    1
    Where should I park to meet my handicapped father when he comes into Terminal 2

     

    At ORD park in the Main Parking Garage (Lot A) - hourly parking under 3 hrs are on level 1. If your father did not order wheelchair assistance on arrival at ORD, I suggest you go to the airline counter (your father arrives with) and request a 'non-flying boarding pass' and wheelchair, so you can meet your father at the gate.

     





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