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  • Transfer time
    Jan 4, 2013
    1
    I have the option between two flights getting into DEN. I will be transiting to another flight to Dulles and from there to Dubai. I will also have a small child with me. So I have the option of a 1 hour 15 connection or a 2 hour 23 minute connection. Is the first connection enough time? I would prefer more time in Dulles than in Denver.

     

    If you are a domestic arrival at DEN 75 mins is plenty of time for transfer. If you are an internationa arrival, you will need to spend between 35-50 mins through FIS & US Customs at north end of Terminal, at level 5 and thereafter re-check-in your bags before proceeding to your connecting gate. Beware: not all airlines transfer bags to the next departing airline - make sure yours does, otherwise you would have to re-check-in your bag with the next airline before proceeding to your gate. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/den then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text for connections, airlines, concourses and gates.

     

  • terminal map
    Jan 3, 2013
    0
    Why can't I download a terminal map or anm airport map?

     

  • US Airways connections
    Jan 3, 2013
    1
    On 31 Jan 2012 I have a flight from Charlotte to LGA (US Airways) landing at 5.55pm with a connecting US Airways Express flight for PHL departing at 6.25. Is this enough time? The terminal map looks small so I'm hoping it's only a 5 minute walk from gate to gate, as it's all under US Airways. Can anyone tell me please? Thanks

     

    At LGA you arrive at & depart from Terminal C, which has gates C15 to C44 (gates C26 & C28 are in the center, C15-24 are to the right, and C29-44 are to the left). Just walk to your connecting gate.

     

  • Terminal 2 to Terminal 4
    Jan 3, 2013
    2
    My daughter is flying into terminal 2 (Delta) then flying out of Terminal 4 (Tam Airline) to Brazil. How do you get from Terminal 2 to Terminal 4.

     

    On arrival at JFK, at T2 - follow signs to the Airline Train connecting all terminals every 8 mins on average. The train serves the unsecured areas - therefore, on arrival at T4 she needs to go through security check before proceeding to her connecting gate.

     

    She needs to find out from Delta if they transfer her bags to TAM - if not, she need on arrival at T2 go down to the baggage claim and take her bag along to T4, checking it in there with TAM. On arrival at JFK, at T2 - follow signs to the Airline Train connecting all terminals every 8 mins on average. The train serves the unsecured areas - therefore, on arrival at T4 she needs to go through security check before proceeding to her connecting gate.

     

  • information
    Jan 3, 2013
    1
    I am landing at the North amd leaving at the South terminal. I have 35 minutes between flights, how do I get there and is there enough time.

     

    1. The Domestic Passenger Terminal at ATL houses after the Main Security Checkpoint -leading to North & South Security checkpoints - on either side North & South Terminals; its Concourse T is attached to the Main terminal, with separate buildings for Concourses A through D, with corresponding gates. 2. All Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. You should have enough transfer time.

     

  • Not Mexican! expensive!
    Jan 2, 2013
    0
    something to fill an empty stomach. Cuban music playing. $30.00 for two tacos, if that's what they were, a chicken sandwich and two cokes.

     

  • arrive terminal 5 depart terminal 1
    Jan 2, 2013
    1
    My daughter will arrive Jetblue Terminal 5 and depart international Terminal 1. If he bags are checked through or will be transferred, can she go from 5 to 1 without leaving secure area? Or will she need to exit Terminal 5, (possible collect bag), take AirTrain to Terminal 1, check in and go through security? If so, where do we find information about how/where to do this?

     

    JFK finally renamed the train serving only the terminals as 'Airline Terminals Train' (marked on JFK's maps in yellow, and running from T1 to T8, T7, T5, T4 & T2/3) - (at each such stop you can connect to the Airtrain). She needs to find out if JetBlue will transfer bags to connecting airline (if different) - if not she needs on arrival at JFK go down to the baggage claim, get her bag and take it to T1, and check it in there. Either way, she should follow the airline train sign and board the train which runs every 8 mins on average, but runs in the unsecured areas of the terminals. At T1 she needs to go through security check before proceeding ot her gate.

     

  • what level is info counter on
    Jan 2, 2013
    1
    what level is information counter on for arriving passengers, and are flights from Canada considered international?

     

    1. LAS has two passenger terminals (T1 & T3), both of which have the baggage claim area and information counter on level 0. 2. Certain airports in Canada have US customs clearance - passengers arriving from those airports are considered domestic arrivals. 3. I suggest you open www.ifly.com/las - then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

  • where is a good common place to meet?
    Jan 1, 2013
    1
    one arriving Air Canada and one on West Jet

     

    Both Airlines seem to be in the same new Terminal 3, Best place to meet is near the information counter or at domestic baggage carousels 1-10 and international carousels 11-16.

     

  • Connections and baggage transfer
    Jan 1, 2013
    1
    I hope this will be an easy question, I am booking a flight with checked baggage, leg one is with Air France, leg 2 is with Fly, arrive CDG T2F, depart from T2E - do I have to collect and re-check my baggage? If so, will 1 hour be enough? Thanks in advance for the help

     

    You need to find out if AirFrance will transfer your bags to FlyBE (BE) - if not you would have to claim your bag on arrival at CDG and check it in at the FlyBe counter. Terminal 2 consists of satellites 2B, 2D & 2F on one side of the driveway and 2A, 2C & 2E on the opposite side. For terminal-to-terminal transfer instructions open aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Access-maps-car-parks/guide-connection-flight/ - click on your arriving and on your departing terminals; then follow instructions below it for either international flight connections or other connections.

     

  • connecting to Melbourne USA
    Jan 2, 2013
    2
    I am flying from Farnkfurt by LH 5290 and travelling to Melbourne FLorida by US 2435. I land at 14.45 pm to leaving at 16.45. DO I need to recehck my baggage? Do I need to fill in the immigration formalities tat Charlotte?

     

    1. International arrivals need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag. As both US Airways & Lufthansa belong to the Skyteam Alliance, your bags should be transferred to your connecting flight. Lufthansa uses Concourse D, and US Airways uses Concourses D,C & E - with corresponding gates. Concourses A-E surround the main terminals, no shuttle service is needed. You have sufficient time for transfer.

     

    Thank you so much for the reply. It is quite helpful

     

  • connecting flight to charlotte
    Jan 1, 2013
    1
    I am arriving from Chennai India by LH759 ( 0.750hrs arrival frankfurt time) and need to catch LH 5290 at 10.45 a Frankfurt time. Will I have sufficient time? Do I need to recheckin my baggage? Do I need to go through immigaration?

     

    1. Lufthansa uses Concourses A & B with corresponding gates. On arrival at Frankfurt you need to go through passport check and may have to pick up your bag, go through customs clearance, & re-check-in your bag where indicated. The overhead screens on arrival will indicate your connecting flight number and gate. 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; the SkyLine train near B-8 connects to E & D gates of Terminal 2. Pier Z (on upper level of Pier A) is divided into gates Z11-25 (left) and Z50-69 (right) - accessible from the Tunnel connecting A, Z & B. You have plenty of time to eat or shop. NOTE. if continuing your flight to the US, you would have to go through US immigration/customs clearance procedure on arrival.

     

  • 40 min layover to con with dfw flight
    Dec 31, 2013
    1
    is this enough time

     

    That depends on which terminal you arrive at, if you are an international arrival, and which terminal you depart from (depending on airlines) I suggest you open www.ifly.com/ord, click on "Terminal Map" under QUICK LINKS, and scroll down beyond the map to the detailed text. International arrivals need at least 35-50 mins for customs clearance, etc.

     

  • Transf from S to Int. terminal
    Dec 31, 2013
    1
    I fly Delta from W. Palm Beach into S terminal. I have 55 m. to catch a flight (Delta) to Roatan - Int terminal. Is it enough time? How do i get between terminals?

     

    The 'S Terminal' is The South Terminal, part of the Main Terminal. Delta uses Concourses A through E with corresponding gates (i.e., gate A19). On arrival, look at the overhead screens to find your connecting flight number & gate. Your departure is from the Intrnational Terminal, with E F gates. 2. All Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. You have enough time.

     

  • How can go from terminal S to terminal
    Dec 31, 2013
    1
    How can I go from terminal S to terminal 1

     

    At ATL, all Concourses - domestic & international - are connected by the underground 'Plane Train' stopping at the center of each Concourse. 'Terminal S' is the South Terminal with Concourses A - D and corresponding gates. 'Terminal 1' is the International Terminal with Concourses E & F.

     





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