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  • connection
    Mar 29, 2013
    1
    traveling with elderly mother in wheel chair we ;and in concourse b and need to depart concourse c....39 min. layover. how much time do i need and is the train hard to get on to

     

    Call your airline to arrange for wheelchair service. The trains in ATL are quite easy to use.

     

  • BAGGAGE AND 2E TO 2F
    Mar 30, 2013
    1
    Flying from to genevaAir France all the way Arrive 2e flight to Geneva is from 2f. 1 will AF transfer bags to geneva flight and how do I get to 2f I have about 1hr and 45 min between flights

     

    On arrival at CDG, Terminal 2E, international arrivals follow 'Flight Connections' sign; take free Aeroports de Paris shuttle to Terminal 2F, running every 15-30 mins. You have enough time.

     

  • delta terminal a to dleta terminal b
    Mar 29, 2013
    1
    How long would it take - i have only 40 minutes to connect flight will i have enough time

     

    You only have to take the plane train one stop - shouldn't take more than 15 minutes at most (including walking within the concourses)

     

  • Identify Terminals specific airline
    Mar 30, 2013
    1
    Suggestion for PHL website-- can you please identify which airlines are associated with a particular terminal? I've been on this page for 1/2 hr. and this is not shown. Thank you.

     

    You find it under 'Flight Information' /Airlines: open http://www.ifly.com/philadelphia-international-airport/airlines-served

     

  • Newark Terminal C to B
    Mar 29, 2013
    1
    Hi, flying on United SAN-EWR landing at Term. C. I have 65 minutes to get to Term. B for an SAS flight to CPH. Can I take the transfer shuttle and avoid going through security again? Or do I take the train? Who operates the bus?

     

    The airside shuttle does not go to Terminal B - you will have to take the Airtrain and go through security again. Taking the airtrain should just take 10-15 minutes, then whatever time it takes you to go through security.

     

  • Terminal
    Mar 29, 2013
    1
    If one takes the shuttle bus from Terminal A to C to get to a connecting flight will one have to go through security? What is the travel time for this?

     

    The shuttle bus runs on the secure side of the airport, so you don't have to go through security again.

     

  • Connection
    Mar 29, 2013
    2
    A friend and I arrive from Syracuse at 11:28 am on United Express (which tends to be in terminal A) and have to connect to United flight Phoenix, AZ that departs at 12:09pm. United confirmed its a valid connection. What is the fastest and easiest way to get from Terminal A to C?

     

    There's a shuttle bus between A and C that runs on the secure side, but taking it can still take 15-20 minutes. You will have to hope that your first flight is on time to have any hope of making this connection. At least there are flights later in the day and/or other options to re-book you to phoenix if you miss your connection.

     

    I don't understand why they would schedule a flight so close together. But thank you for your help.

     

  • Terminal B to C
    Mar 29, 2013
    4
    I will be flying landing at 8:26 on United Express (term B?) & depart at 9:09 United (term C?). Last time I travelled United our connection gate was closed 10 min to departure and we were bumped off the flight even though we were at the gate prior to 'departure time' (SanFran). On the express jet I believe they will put my rolling carryon below as they do not have the large overheads - so I will have to wait for it to be brought up. This combined with changing terminals in an unfamiliar airport in Houston has my worried. What are my odds at making the connection this time? :-) Thank you!

     

    I should have specified these are domestic morning flights through IAH.

     

    United uses Terminals A, B, C & E at IAH - your ticket /boarding pass should indicate your gate number (i.e., C14). The above-ground TerminaLink train connects the terminals inside security. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/iah, then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text. 30 mins transfer time should suffice.

     

    My e-ticket does not cite terminals/gates. I did look at the map...hence my apprehension as it requires a change of buildings.

     

    Expressjet flights usually arrive from A&B and United Mainline flights depart from C, since you're domestic it will probably depart from C. As you said regarding your concerns about gate checked bags, you will really have to hurry and hope your first flight is on-time. At least you will be traveling in the morning when there's a better chance things will be running on time and when there are likely better chances to be rebooked if you miss your connection.

     

  • Cape Air from UIN to Delta in afternoon
    Mar 29, 2013
    1
    Will I need a lot of time to get me/luggage gate to gate

     

    It shouldn't take more than a half hour.

     

  • domestic (a, b, etc.) to intll (f)
    Mar 28, 2013
    1
    so if you take the train from your domestic arrival terminal in atl to the international terminal, do you have to go through security screening or can you directly go to the concourse?

     

    You can go directly to the concourse.

     

  • connecting flights
    Mar 28, 2013
    1
    I am flying into schiphol airport on 17/05/2013 from aberdeen, with a connecting flight to hannover. Once through customs do I have to collect baggage or is it automatically put on connecting flight. Also does anyone know what gate I would need to go to or how you connect to next flight as not much time between flights.

     

    In general, same airline for both flights or fights by more than one airline, but on a single ticket, will automatically transfer. However, some airlines don't transfer to a particular other airline. Your ticket and the overhead screens on arrival indicate your flight & gate number, i.e. AF45 (code for Air France, gate 45). I suggest you open www.ifly.com/ams then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

  • Dub - ORD -Toronto on American Airlines
    Apr 13, 2013
    2
    Hi Flying to Toronto via ORD, I assume we will clear US border control in Dublin, so we should have a clear run when we land, to our connecting flight. Will our bags get checked all the way through to Canada?

     

    Yes, your bags will be checked straight through to Canada. However if your DUB-ORD flight is on Aer Lingus you will have to take the ATS train from Terminal 5 to your next terminal and go back through security.

     

    Thanks, flying with American Airlines

     

  • Sorry
    Mar 28, 2013
    1
    I ment I had a flight from terminal 7 and had to get to a flight in terminal 2

     

    That will be quite difficult in the time you have. You can take the shuttle around the baggage claim level or attempt to walk across the center of the airport. You'll then have to go through security again in T2.

     

  • Terminal 7 to 2
    Mar 28, 2013
    2
    Hi I have 1 hour 20 minutes to get from terminal 7 to 2 ua flight and air Canada flight at terminal 2. I'm new to lax and I need help

     

    At LAX, on arrival at T7, go down to the ground level, exit and 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. Your next stops will be T8, around the bend to T1 & T2 - 3 stops or about 8 mins. At T2, go up to the departure level, go through security check and proceed to your gate area. T2 has gates 21-28.

     

    Thank you so much

     

  • Cleveland Hopkins Commuter gates?
    Mar 28, 2013
    2
    What United gates are commuter flights in Cleveland?

     

    The propeller plane flights use Concourse D. Regional Jet flights can use C or D.

     

    Thank you, we are prop arrival so one of the gates in D

     





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