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  • Terrible!
    Jun 14, 2012
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    could easily be in my top 5 worst asian meals, just hope I don't get sick!

     

  • terminals
    Jun 15, 2012
    1
    Dtr arrives from Munich T5 at 1820 and needs to get to T1 or 2 for Mnpls by 1945. Is this enough time? Does she need to go to baggage get her luggage, go to custums,go to check in again, then find T1/2 on the train to her gate and will this be enough time?

     

    As an international arrival at ORD she needs 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). This can take 40-50 mins. After exiting the Federal Inspection and luggage re-check areas, she needs to proceed up one level to the Airport Transit System where she can easily connect via ATS train to either terminals 1 or 2. The overhead screens will indicate her flight number and gate.

     

  • ATL B26 TO F6
    Jun 15, 2012
    1
    What is the quickest route?

     

    You arrive at domestic Concourse B and need to take the free underground Plain Train to international Concourse F. Just follow signs.

     

  • Directions
    Jun 15, 2012
    1
    My first flight is behind and i have a short amount of time in between flights. I'm flying into gateA and leaving from gateC of DTW. How long will it take me to walk from gate a to gate c? Help quickly please!

     

    At DTW you arrive and depart from the McNamara Terminal. Concourse A has to the left gates A1-38; to the right gates A40-75, and at its center the tunnel connecting to Concourses B & C. Concourse C (American), has gates C8-43, arranged in five clusters, four of which have three gates on each side, the last cluster has gates C32-43. An elevator between Concourses B & C leads to the Lower Level gates C1 to C7.

     

  • connection time
    Jun 15, 2012
    1
    flying from Milwaukee to Las Vegas on Frontier. I am a slow walker is 35 min long enough to make a connection?

     

    At DEN, you arrive and depart from Concourse A which has gates A24-39 and A40-68 at either side. Just follow signs - you have enough time.

     

  • T5 - T3 with customs in 1hr and 45 min.
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    Is it possible to arrive in T5, go though customs, get baggage, etc, and make my flight in T3 in 1 hour and 45 min?

     

    I forgot to mention I land around 5pm and next flight leaves at 6:45pm

     

  • Connecting between Terminal 2D and 2E
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    Tomorrow I will be arriving at Terminal 2D and departing from Terminal 2E. Will 1 hr 25 minutes be enough time?

     

    At CDG, you need to go through non-Schengen (international arrivals) customs clearance - this can take up to 50 mins, depending on the line in front of you and will involve your picking up your bag and re-checking it in after control. Terminal 2E has on the departures level access to gates L21-L53 and K21-K54; Terminal 2F has gates F24-56. Thereafter you need to take the shuttle bus, as 2E & 2D are on opposite sides. Your time is tight but you should be able to make it. A shuttle bus connects 2C & 2G, as well as 2E & 2G.

     

  • How long to walk from D16 to C6
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    I only have :45 min between flights. Or is ground service or tram quicker? Thanks So Very Much!

     

    Midfield Concourse C / D has C gates and D gates on opposite sides of the center - C gates C1-30 & D gates D1-32 are connected by a walkway. You have enough time.

     

  • Connection time.
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    I see so many are asking about connecting tima and I will do the same I will arrive from PHL(USA) by flight US700 at 6:15 AM -term.1C -than connect to flight LH1364 at 8:25AM to KRK(Poland) term. 1AB(where it is ? ) Do you think I have planty of time -I have some problems to walk fast but if my day is okay I should be fine.Thanks for help.

     

    1. As an international arrival at Frankfurt Airport, you need to go through their immigration /customs clearance procedure first before you can connect to your next flight. 2. You Arrive and depart from the same Terminal 1 - arrival is in Concourse C, level 2, departure is either in Concourse A or B (make sure you look at the overhead screens to find your flight number, and gate (i.e. gate A10, B2). A & B Concourses are connected via a transfer tunnel. You have plenty of time!

     

  • Train station to Greyhound bus station
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    I want to get to Cape May NJ and plan to use SEPTA to get to the Greyhound bus station. Is the SEPTA Station in terminal B? What stop do get off to walk to the Greyhound station? How many blocks is the Greyhound station from said stop? Have there been any safety concerns riding the train? Thanks for your help.

     

    At PHL you have the following options: 1. The SEPTA rail on the R1 Airport Line connects the Airport's Terminals A-East, B, C, D & E. to the City and makes stops at the following stations: East Wick, 38th Street, Penn Center Suburban, Market East. 22. SEPTA buses 37 & 108 also offer service to Downtown Philadelphia, with stops along the way. 3. For SEPTA 'general information' call 215-580-7800; for SEPTA 'CCT Connect' call 215-580-7700 - or visit SEPTA at septa.org. 4. For transportation information other than for SEPTA call the Ground Transportation hotline at 215-937-6958.

     

  • 90 mins for connecting flight
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    my wife is travelling from SF to chicago (EY 3184 operated by American Airlines) reaching chicago by 19:00 hrs on T3.Connecting flight to Abudhabi is at 20:30. on T5 .Will this time sufficient for security check, immigration, luggage checkin ?

     

    1. Only international arrivals need to go through immigration/ customs clearance procedure. 2. On arrival at ORD, Terminal 3, she will need to look at the signs for the ATS shuttle train, which runs continuously between all terminals and will take at most 20 mins, including waiting time. At Terminal 5 she needs to go through security check before moving on to the departure level, which wraps around the concessions court: to the right are gates M12-21; left M7-M1, and extends northward in center to gates M8-11 - these could be long walks, but she has enough time.

     

  • terminal 4
    Jun 13, 2012
    0
    is there a coffee/ restaurant in terminal 4 accessible to non-flyer?

     

  • GETTING FROM ONE TERMNAL TO ANOTHER
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    HOW DO YOU GET FROM 2F TO 2E AND HOW FAR A WALK.? WILL I NEED TRANSPORTATION BECAUSE OF A BAD HIP? MERCI

     

    At CDG, if you are an international arrival, you need to go through non-Schengen (international arrivals) customs clearance - this can take up to 50 mins, depending on the line in front of you and will involve your picking up your bag and re-checking it in after control. Terminal 2E has on the departures level access to gates L21-L53 and K21-K54; Terminal 2F has gates F24-56. As both E & F terminals are at opposite sides, you need to take the light-rail shuttle, the "CDGVAL" - follow signs.

     

  • Cafe at 2E
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    Can anyone help me with naming a cafe or bar at Terminal 2E to meet a fellow traveller?

     

    At CDG, I have no "Restaurant" listing, only "Stores" - however, there are two "Market Place" listings - don't know if that is food or store.

     

  • Term C To Term E Fastes Way To Get There
    Jun 14, 2012
    1
    What Is The Fastes Route From terminal C To Terminal E ? I Only Have 45 Min To Get There

     

    If arriving at IAH at Terminal C (gates C29-45) and transferring to Terminal E: walk towards gates C14-24 and proceed straight on to TE. Gates D1-3 of Terminal E connect to gates C14-2.

     





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