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  • how to i connect from terminal 5 to 1
    Oct 9, 2012
    1
    i am travelling from london to de moines. chicago is the connecting airport. how do i go to terminal 1 and where do i do my immigration

     

    On arrival at ORD 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), then proceed up one level to the Airport Transit System (ATS) station and take the train to your connecting terminal 1. At T5 you find the ATS train station across from the upper-level roadway - signs will guide you.

     

  • Luigi Stefani Pizza
    Oct 8, 2012
    0
    solid slice before you take off. not the best but good for airport

     

  • MIA
    Oct 8, 2012
    1
    Can you walk from the Airport Hotel (terminal E) to the American Airlines check in counter terminal D? How long of a walk since I'm traveling with someone who's in a wheelchair?

     

    The Central Terminal of MIA houses Concourses E (E gates); while the North Terminal houses Concourse D (D gates). Both Concourses are accessible from their terminal's level 2. The Skyride Connector a moving walkway on level 3, connects the terminals, while the elevated Skytrain at the North Terminal makes its round at Concourse D - with 4 stops: near gate D17, between gates D20-25, and D26-39 and D40-60. Ask the hotel clerk at for directions.

     

  • time between terminasl
    Oct 8, 2012
    1
    we are flying delta from rochester ny and have a connecting delta flight to London and have a 45 minute time layover is this time enough to get to t4 from t2

     

    On arrival at JFK, Terminal 4, take the Airtrain to Terminal 2 - you will have to go through security check at T2 before proceeding to your gate. The Airtrain runs on average every 8 mins, making its round between all 7 terminals. Airtrain signs are clearly marked. No time to waste!

     

  • Food
    Oct 7, 2012
    0
    Not much to choose from but this has decent food and a wide variety

     

  • connecting from 2A to 2B
    Oct 7, 2012
    1
    I am arriving CGG at 2A - I need to get baggage and check-in with Easy Jet at 2B. Is this easy to do? How much time will it take. How do I hange terminals

     

    At CDG T2 has satellites 2B, 2D & 2F on one side of the driveway and 2A, 2C & 2E on the opposite side; walking distance between Halls 2A & 2B are over 500 meters,

     

  • Cafe Intermezzo
    Oct 11, 2012
    1
    Great food. Left my credit card, and tried to reach them all weekend. No answer or call back. They could've saved me a lot of hassle if they had just called me back. I'm not very happy.

     

    Also in the same boat - Four days after the similar post here. they didn't return my card after I signed signed for my lunch, but I didn't notice until on the next flight. I can't reach them. No answer or call back. Frustrating.

     

  • enough time?
    Oct 6, 2012
    1
    I arrive with United Airlines 3677 from LA Airport, New Orleans at 4.05 p.m. on Sunday Nov 4th and have to catch United Airlines 0950 to Brussels (Belgium) at 5.45 p.m. Is this a realistic timing and can you give me more information on concourses & gates?

     

    One hour 40 mins should suffice for your transfer at IAD. United uses Midfield concourses A, B, C & D. While A, B & C gates can breached via the Aerotrain, the D gates need a shuttle (but thee is a walkway between C gates 1-30 and D gates 1-32. It is best for you to open www.ifly.com/iad, then click on "Terminal Map" under QUICK LINKS, then scroll down to the detailed text.

     

  • ATL Terminal Connections
    Oct 6, 2012
    1
    My international flight by Delta will arrive at Terminal F at 12:55pm, then my domestic flight by Delta will depart from Terminal S at 18:55. Do i have to collect my luggage & move it to the next flight or not? When, where shall I recheck my luggage, at the international or at the domestic airport? How do I get to the domestic Terminal?

     

    At ATL, you arrive at the International Terminal, Concourse F. After getting off your plane, walk the corridor towards the escalators to the Arrivals level, go through customs & Immigration, then proceed to the baggage claim area which has 7 carousels. Connecting passengers recheck-in their bags by proceeding to the transit area past baggage claim and turning left to baggage recheck counters, then follow signs to Concourse F Plane Train station (or pedestrian walkway) connecting to concourses A, B, C, D & E. Two hours should suffice.

     

  • DELTA TO MSP FROM JFK
    Oct 6, 2012
    1
    MY ITIN SAYS TERM 1, MY BOARDING PASS SAYS TERM 3, ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEA WHICH IS WHICH?

     

    Delta does not use Terminal 1 (it does use domestic terminals 2 & 3 & International); Your boarding pass is relevant: Terminal 3 has gates 1-18.

     

  • T5 to TB
    Oct 5, 2012
    1
    I am arriving at T5 on a domestic flight at 930 PM and leave from TBIT at 1130 PM. No checked bags. Is this enough time? What is the minimum transfer time?

     

    As you have no bags to deal with, you have plenty of time for transfer at LAX: I suggest you walk: exit T5, walk over past T4, around the corner to TBIT, go through security and on to your connecting gate. (The LAX blue bus on the isle across from each terminal runs every 12-15 mins, but goes the other way around, making seven stops at each terminal to TBIT - another 18 mins or so).

     

  • united
    Nov 4, 2012
    3
    hi looking to book aflight and there is only 50 mins between transfers , im landing fron san fran and flying on to london both are with united airlines , would it be possible ?

     

    You will arrive at ORD either at domestic Terminals 1 or 2 - follow signs to the ATS shuttle train, which runs every few minutes between Terminal 5's ATS level the and domestic terminals 1, 2 & 3. Terminal 5 has Concourse M, which wraps around the concessions Court; to the left (gates M12-M21) and to the right (gates M7-M1), and extends northward in the center to gates M8-M11. Make sure to look on arrival at overhead screens to find your connecting flight number, gate & departure time. One hour is sufficient.

     

    Actually, you will arrive and depart in Terminal 1 on your journey to London as all United mainline flights depart from Terminal 1 - no need for a transfer.

     

    Almost same scenario..flying from SFO to ORD and connecting to a flight for Brussels with a 56 minute layover..obviously concerned about limited timing to catch the international leg. Arrival and departure terminals listed as T1 on ticket. Although same terminal, do I have to go through security? what if they are same terminal but end up being different concourses?

     

  • how to go from terminal I to terninal S?
    Oct 4, 2012
    0
    how to go and how long it takes to go from terminal I to terminal S?

     

  • Sweet Auburn Market Cafe
    Oct 4, 2012
    0
    Best cupcakes ever

     

  • questions
    Oct 5, 2012
    1
    where is the luggage pick up located?

     

    On arrival at JFK, follow signs to "Baggage Claim" which is on the ground level.

     





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