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  • Need to go from T3 to T1, Baggage claim
    Jan 13, 2013
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    My wife missed flight today due to some security check delay.She got tickets for tommorow and baggage is hold at JFK Delta baggage. Can someboy help on how to claim the luggage tomorrow at T3 from Delta and go to T1- departure to Paris to India.Kindly suggest best way to reach the boarding area after all process in T3

     

    Delta Terminal 3 separates international & domestic arrivals on the Arrivals level - she should claim her bag in the domestic part of the Arrivals level, at the Delta baggage office there. Then, with bag in tow, follow the Airline Terminal Train sign and board that train, which makes stops between all terminals, but in the unsecured areas. At T1 she needs to go through security check before proceeding to her departing gate. However, if her flight to Paris is also by Delta, she should show her ticket to the Delta attendant at T3 & request bag transfer to T1. It is important that her checked bags will have all airport codes on their tags. Furthermore find out if the arriving airline (Delta?) will transfer bags to the connecting airline from Paris to India - if not, she will have to claim bag & check it in with that airline.

     

  • termianl to teminal
    Jan 12, 2013
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    Is an hour enough time to change terminals, security.?/?/? AA to Delta prob 8-2

     

    At JFK, All terminals are served by the 'Airline Terminals Train' (marked on JFK's maps in yellow, and starting at T1 to T8, T7, T5, T4 & T2/3 and taking minutes between terminals. As the train only stops in the pre-security areas, you need to go through security check prior to moving on to your connecting gate. Delta uses both T2 & T3; American uses T8. You have enough time for transfer.

     

  • terminal 2 intl
    Jan 12, 2013
    1
    is t2 international in Bradley TBIT or is it terminal 2 in main building?

     

    I suggest you open www.ifly.com/lax then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS and scroll down to the detailed text.

     

  • transfer
    Jan 11, 2013
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    I am arriving in Terminal 2 on Easyjet from Venice and will catch another flight on Air Canada in Terminal 3. I purchased the tickets separately, so I think that I will need to collect my luggage. I have an hour and a half to make the connection. Will I be able to make that connection?

     

    At T2 you will need to go through passport check and pick up your bags. The domestic arrivals level of T1 shares the arrivals level of T2. At T2 you need to take the escalator to the departure level, check in your bag, go through security check and head for Boarding Area C (gates C1-16) - your time will suffice.

     

  • Terminal 2 to Terminal 3
    Jan 11, 2013
    1
    IHow long to get to terminal 3 Gate 6 from Terminal 2 gate 21

     

    On arrival at JFK, Terminal 3, take the Airline Train, making its continuous run between terminals in the unsecured areas, and taking minutes for each stop. You need to go through security check before proceeding to your gate.

     

  • Terminal 1 Gate 20 - Terminal 2 Gate 57
    Jan 10, 2013
    1
    I have less than an hour to get from Terminal 1 Gate 20 to Terminal 2 Gate 57. Do I have to go out and back through security or can I transfer between terminals inside of security? Will I have enough time to make it between gates and make my flight. I am flying in on an American Airlines ticket that is run by Alaska and flying out on American Airlines. Thanks for your help.

     

    On arrival at SFO, Terminal 1, you need to take the Red-line of the AirTrain (an automated people mover), which serves all terminals & the garage on a continuous loop and takes only minutes between terminals. Signs will guide you. At Terminal 2, which has Boarding Area D (gates 50-59) you need to go through security check before proceeding to your gate. Your checked bags will be automatically transferred. You have enough time.

     

  • cape air to united
    Jan 10, 2013
    1
    i am flying in on cape air leaving on united what terminals will i use

     

    At STL, both Cape Air & United use Terminal 1 - United uses Concourse A and Cape Air uses Concourse C; both concourses have corresponding gate number, i.e. A21, C24.

     

  • terminal connections
    Jan 10, 2013
    1
    I am flying into houston from torontoYYZ to terminal A and I would like to know how to get to B and what gate I'd need to go to, to get to McAllen tx.

     

    1. Make sure you go through US customs clearance at YYZ, saving you time on arrival at IAH. If you use two different airlines, find out from your first airline if they transfer your checked bags to the connecting airline - if not you need to take your bag & re-check them in at Terminal B. On arrival at Terminal A, look for the above-ground TerminaLink train sign. This train will take you to Terminal B where you arrive at post-security check and can proceed directly to your gate: Terminal B has gates B68 to B88. The overhead screens on arrival will show flight & gate number.

     

  • IAD-DEN 47 min layover DEN to YVR
    Jan 10, 2013
    1
    All United. Is 47 min plenty of time? Have senior pax w/us. Not sure if there is a customs clearance requirement at our layover at DEN to YVR.

     

    1. At DEN you arrive at and depart from the Jeppesen Terminal's Concourse B, which has gates west B15 to B37; gates east B38 to B60, branching into north gates B59 to B79, and south gates B80 to B95. 2. If you are a domestic arrival - you have enough time for transfer. If you are an international arrival at DEN, you would need to go through FIS & US Customs at the north end of the Main Terminal at Level 5, where they need to retrieve their checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if connecting to another flight, take the AGTS underground train to their departure gate area. 47 mins would not suffice.

     

  • Travel time between terminals
    Jan 9, 2013
    1
    How long does it take to get from Terminal 4 to Terminal 3? I have 1.5 hr layover between flights and am going to Ireland from San Francisco. Do I have to go through customs?

     

    Are you sure you arrive at T4 - which is the International Terminal - or did you reverse your terminals. On arrival at JFK, look for the Airline Terminals Train sign and board the train to the next stop - Terminal 3. The train runs in a continuous loop between all terminals and takes minutes, but serves only the unsecured (pre-security-check) areas. You need to go through security check before proceeding to your connecting gate. NOTE: T4 has Concourses A & B with corresponding gates A2-A7 and B20-B30.

     

  • Do I have to go thru security again?
    Jan 9, 2013
    1
    I'll be arriving at terminal 3 and departing at terminal 1. Will I have to go through security again? Thanks!

     

    At LAS, a shuttle bus with the McCarran logo runs about every 12-15 minutes between both terminals; the bus stops at T1 on level 0: from baggage claim, take elevator /escalator down one level and exit terminal, then take the crosswalk towards the covered parking garage, where the bus stops; at T3, it stops on level 0 in the center of the curb.

     

  • Delta to American AFTER baggage pickup
    Jan 9, 2013
    1
    I'm arriveing in the Delta Terminal, my friend is arriving in the American Terminal. We are not connecting, we're staying NY. After we get our baggage how do I get FROM Delta to American baggage claim? THANKS

     

    At LGA, American uses Terminal B and Delta uses Terminals D & C. Terminal B is divided by the P3 long-term Parking lot from TC; TC & TD are close together, but presently not connected. The free shuttle bus roue A runs every 10-15 minutes between the terminals, or you can take a taxi.

     

  • Connection time for May/June 2013
    Jan 9, 2013
    1
    I will be traveling on Alitalia from JFK to FCO on 5/27 and then connecting to NAP. I will have 1 hour 45 minutes to make this connection and go through immigration/passport check. Will that be enough time to make my connection?

     

    Your transfer time should suffice. Alitalia uses Terminals 1 & 3. At FCO, Terminals 1 & 2 are joined and share the Arrivals level; between Terminals 2 & 3 is the air control tower. T1 is your connecting terminal (domestic & Schengen flights only) and has Boarding Area B with B gates 1 through 30.

     

  • Terminal 0
    Jan 9, 2013
    1
    I am looking to book a flight that connects in dallas from indianapolis but says i enter at terminal 0 ... and will leave for Sydney in Terminal D .. all the flights are thru qantas airlines and just want to make sure the hour I have would be plenty of time to make it from terminal 0 which i cant find anywhere on a map .. lol .. to terminal D thanks heaps .. supposed to book flight in about 24 hours .. so help would be great asap .. thanks again

     

    At DFW, Qantas uses only Terminal D (someone must have taken the D for an O). Note that TD has a very long gate area with gates D6-D40 - served by the Skylink train, which makes stops are near gates D1, D20, D25 & D34.

     

  • Layerover time 34mins :C32 and A31
    Jan 16, 2013
    4
    Will arrive at gate C32 and within 34mins have to catch my connection to Chicago O'Hare at Gate A31. Is this possible to do or will I miss the connection? Are there TSA screening points between C32 and A31

     

    At DTW, Concourse has C1 through C43 and a connector to Concourse A: Concourse A has 1.5 miles of moving walkways. Concourse A has to the left gates A38-A1; to the right gates A40-78, and at its center the tunnel connecting to Concourse B to the left and Concourse C to the right.

     

    In view of what you have stated, do you think I have sufficient time (31 mins. ) to catch the connecting flight?

     

    It's enough time if your first flight is on time. You do not have to go through security again.

     

    Thank You!

     





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