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  • Time
    Jun 18, 2012
    1
    We will arrive from US on Delta flight, arriving at AMS at 8:05 a.m. Our connecting flight is also Delta and leaves AMS at 9:15 a.m. going to Oslo. Is this sufficient time?

     

    At AMS I see a Delta 8:10 arrival from Boston at "Hall 2" - which may refer to Arrivals area 2; and a Munich departure at B36. You need to open www.ifly.com/ams, then click on QUICK LINKS' "Terminal Map", scroll down to text re Arrival& Departure levels. Your time is extremely tight as you need to go through immigration /customs clearance procedure first, which can take up to an hour at this time of the year - not to mention flight delay and connection.

     

  • Southwest connecting flight to Hawaiian
    Jun 17, 2012
    1
    We are flying to LAS and arriving at 7:05am on Southwest Airlines and wanting to connect with Hawaiian Airlines for flight leaving 9:05. What is the easiest and fastest way to get from one airline to another?

     

    You arrive at LAX via Southwest at Terminal 1 and depart via Hawaiian airline at Terminal 2. You have 2 options, either one requires you to exit T1 and go rough security check a T2: T1 & T2 are fairly close together - you can walk over it in minutes. Otherwise you can 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.

     

  • Great fast food
    Jun 16, 2012
    0
    Burgers ae fresh and made to order...fries rock!

     

  • KLM 1010 to KLM1655 Jun 19
    Jun 17, 2012
    1
    US Passport, travel LHR to VCE Thru AMS, Assume luggage Transfer by KLM, need to go thru customs/immgration? Or is gates close by each other, have 50 minute between flights, older walk slow.

     

    1. Assuming you are not a transfer passenger from the U.S. at London Heathrow), your customs/immigration check will be at Venice Airport. 2. KLM will transfer your bags to VCE flight. This is the Terminal layout: 1. Arrivals level: Inside the first level are separate sections, marked as 'Arrivals 1' through 'Arrivals 4': Arrivals 1 & 2 areas lead up to Departures 1 & 2; and Arrivals 3 & 4 lead up to Departure 3. 2.Departures level 2: Departures 1 uses the B & D gates; Departures 2 uses the E gates; Departure 3 uses F, G, H & M gates. Follow signs. You have enough time.

     

  • plane change
    Jun 17, 2012
    1
    I am arriving on UA at 10:40 am, then departing on Alaska Airlines at 11:45 to Billingham. On the way home Alaska Airlines into Seattle at 7:43am connecting to UA flight at 8:30am will I have enough time to deplane and then get to my connecting flights on time?

     

    Both United and Alaska airlines use Satellite North; however, United also uses Concourse B and Alaska Concourse C (with corresponding gate numbers). While you only need to transfer from gate to gate at Satellite North, you would have a more complicated transfer if arriving at Satellite North and departing from either Concourses B or C. (a) to Concourse B: Board train at Satellite North to Concourse C. Board train at Concourse C to Main Terminal North Station. Exit train and walk through the station, board another train to Main Terminal South Station. Exit train at Main Terminal South Station. Walk through the station and board another train, pass Satellite South to Concourse B. (b) Board train at Satellite North to Concourse C. Enter Concourse C. 3. North Satellite has gates N1-16; Concourse B gates B1-15; Concourse C gates C1-20. Your ticket and the overhead screens on arrival at SEA will indicate your flight number and gate. You should have enough time for transfer options.

     

  • 16 Year old traveling alone
    Jun 17, 2012
    1
    My 16 year old son will be traveling alone from Accra Ghana into Terminal 3 and departing for Boston Mass from terminal 3, both flights on Alitalia. This is his first time traveling alone internationally.......What is the process after he lands? What signs should he look for and follow? Customs? Passport control? International connections?

     

    He will be just fine, that young man! On arrival at Terminal 3, a shuttle bus will pick him up at the airplane and take him to the special Terminal 5 (US & Israel flights only) where he has to go through customs/immigration procedures. Thereafter, the shuttle bus will take him back to Boarding Area G. Terminal 3 has gates gates D1-10, G1-14, & H6-19 - he should scan the overhead screen on arrival to note his connection gate number (his ticket may also indicate gate number).

     

  • Connection from Term 5 to 2
    Jun 17, 2012
    1
    What is the fastest way to get from Terminal 5 to Terminal 2 and how long will it take? I have 1 1/2 hours.

     

    All terminals at JFK are served by the AirTrain, running on average about every 8 mins. At T5 the station is near gate 25 (or gate 1 on opposite side) take walkway to skywalk & to station; at T2 it is outside of arrivals. In each case you need to go through security at T2 before proceeding to your gate. T2 is the Delta Priority Terminal with gates 19-29.

     

  • pick up travelers and baggage
    Jun 17, 2012
    1
    Where do you pick up your luggage and get transportation ?

     

    You did not indicate the Airport name; however, with some exceptions, the ground level is the arrivals / baggage claim level, with information desk, rental car counters and outside transportation options.

     

  • Connect from Hawn to United Airlines
    Jun 17, 2012
    1
    Arriving in Las Vegas on Hawaiian Airlines from Honolulu. How do I get to my connecting flight on United Airlines.

     

    You arrive at LAS via Hawaiian at Terminal 2, whch has gates T2-1 through T2-8); you depart via United at Terminal 1, Concourse D. T1 & T2 area across from each other, which are connected by an uncovered sidewalk and by a free shuttle bus, which stops at T1, outside of doors 12-14 and at T2 at center media. You need to go through security check at T1 before proceeding to the D gates: The separate D gate satellite, reached via the Esplanade, is formed like a crab with four 'legs', houses gates D1-D6; D16-D26; D50-D59; D32-D43 - all connected by the D-Gate Tram. Observe the overhead screens for your gate number and departure time.

     

  • Baggage
    Jun 16, 2012
    1
    If i go from Term 2G to Term 2E I should not have to retrieve my baggage. I was told I had to. This makes no sense. Is this true??? The bags should be booked straight through from Florence, Italy to Boston, USA. All I have to do is contend with French customs. Am I correct?? Thank you

     

    You arrive at Terminal 2's satellite building 2G and depart from satellite building 2E. T2 has satellites 2B, 2D & 2F on one side of the driveway and 2A, 2C & 2E on the opposite side. Satellite 2G of Terminal 2 is further away; a shuttle bus runs between 2E and 2G. However, if you are a non-Schengen (countries not part of the Schengen agreement) arrival, you need to go through immigration /customs clearance involving picking up bags & re-checking them in, before continuing to your connecting flight. Also, as an international arrival (incl. US citizens) in Boston, you will need to do the same.

     

  • Great food
    Jun 16, 2012
    0
    All servers & bartenders are great

     

  • changing planes
    Jun 16, 2012
    1
    Will we have to go through security when changing planes at Midway?

     

    At MDW, which has one passenger terminal - Concourses A, B & C can be reached by foot from the food court called 'Midway Blvd.' on the upper level of the terminal. No need to go through security.

     

  • International to T4
    Jun 16, 2012
    1
    Hello..Arriving International Qants at 6:55am,leaving AA T4 9:35am. Is it easier to walk (one bag) or shuttle?

     

    On arrival at Terminal 4 (Qantas) you are being transported by special Qantas Bus to the international terminal TBIT/ "TB", where you need to go through passport check, retrieve baggage, go through customs clearance and re-check-in your bag. Thereafter, you need to exit TBIT & walk to the right to the next terminal, which is Terminal 4 - also serving AA. At T4 you need to go through security before proceeding to your gate. However, make sure that Qantas will transfer bags automatically to AA flight - not all airlines do, in which case you would have to re-check in your bag at T4.

     

  • T5 to T3 in 1h15min
    Jun 16, 2012
    1
    I am flying in to ORD from Delhi by AI 127 at 1015 (T5) and need to catch AA flight at 1130 from T3. Is that doable? Provided that I check in my luggage and get the boarding pass from T5.

     

    1. Check first if Alitalia is willing to transfer bags to the American Airlines connecting flight - if not, you need to take your bag after customs control and check it in with T5 - taking extra time. 2. As an international arrival you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag (the tag should indicate layover and final destination Airport Codes). 3. thereafter, proceed up one level to the Airport Transit System and take the ATS train shuttle, running every few minutes, connecting to Terminal 3. If your arrival is on time and customs procedures will not take more than 50 mins, you will arrive at your connecting gate just fine. Note that Terminal 3 has Concourses G, H, K & L - all with corresponding gates (i.e., H1) - On arrival make sure you scan the overhead screens for your departure gate and time.

     

  • Fav spot
    Jun 15, 2012
    0
    Love the cafe!

     





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