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flying Delta from Orlando landing 22.30 then from JFK to Glasgow , also Delta@23.45 we have ihr 30mins is that enough time ? what happens if it isn't ?
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do in JFK is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. T2 and T4 are connected by a shuttle inside security. If your flight from Orlando is late you will be booked on the next day's flight to Glasgow.
our flight time has now been moved to 23.15 so we now have 45 minutes is it still do able ??
That makes it much harder, but it's still not impossible.
We are flying in from London, UK to Indianapolis via JFK. We are flying AA all the way but only have 1hr 50mins lay over in JFK... Is this going to be enough time? Is it AA's responsibility to ensure we have enough time? We are young enough to hustle, but old enough to need rests along the way!!
That is just enough time if everything goes smoothly. Yes, if you miss your connection because the first flight is late then AA has to rebook you.
I'm flying from Chicago (ORD) to JFK on a Delta flight departing from Chicago at 4:33PM and arriving at JFK at 8:00PM. I'm connecting at JFK from T4 to T1 on partner airline flight with AirFrance departing at 9:50PM. That leaves me with approx. 1 hour and 50 min for my connection time. I'm flying to Paris directly from JFK and that's my final destination. Should I change my departing time flight to an earlier flight? I will probably be charged, not sure, but I don't think 1 hour and 50 min. might be enough. I was told I can check-in my luggage at ORD and will go to Paris without me having to pick it up at JFK and then re-check it with AirFrance. Anyone out there that can advise me on this?
Yes, that is enough time. You don't have to do anything with your bags in JFK on your way to Paris. You just have to take the AirTrain to T1 and go through security.
Im arriving at JFK at terminal 4 at 13 30 and have connecting flight from terminal 8 at 16 30.Will i have enough time for my connecting flight.Do i need to rechecked my luggage
Where are you flying into JFK from? On what airline? What airline are you flying out on? Are both tickets on the same reservation?
im flying from BELGRADE AIR SERBIA and my connecting flight is with AA to PHOENIX,AZ everything is on one reservation.
Yes, you will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, take the AirTrain to Terminal 8, go through security and to your departure gate. You should have enough time.
We are flying from Grand Cayman to Manchester - 1st flight Cayman Airways 2nd flight Thomas Cook all booked through Thomas Cook. Will we have to collect our luggage and re-check them in or will they be checked all the way through to Manchester?
Sorry my first flight is with JetBlue not Cayman Airways
Yes, you will have to go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, change terminals on the AirTrain, re-check it with Thomas Cook, and go through security.
I'm flying out of Rome to JFK. I have a three hour lay over with a connecting flight to Seattle. Will I have to go through security again or just customs ? Also if I did want to leave the building to smoke would I be able to Do so and do you believe I'd have enough time ?
Once you clear US Customs you will be outside security. So you could go outside and have a smoke then. You have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
We are arriving to JFK from Indonesia with SIA at 11 am and catching another flight from JFK to Tampa at 3:00 pm. Not the same itinerary. Is this enough time to pass custom, get checked bags and checking with the next flight at 3:00. Thanks
Yes, that should be enough time if the Singapore flight is on-time.
Im flying in few weeks from Frankfurt (FRA) with Delta to Santo Domingo (SDQ). Connection flight is in JFK (both flight to/from Terminal 4). Are the 1,5 hours realistic? One month ago i was in Atlanta and had 2 Hours for flight (SDQ-ATL-AMS) in last minute... I was waiting 1 hour for speaking with immigrant officer, then security check. Any tips to expedite? :)
I forgot to say i have one checked baggage. It is the same airline (delta) and same Terminal (4). Do i need to claim my baggage and check it again or it will be automatically forwarded to my flight to Santo Domingo (SDQ)?
1.5 hours at JFK is just as risky as your 2 hour connection in Atlanta. However, if you are an EU citizen, now that you are a repeat ESTA user, you can use the faster immigration lanes when entering the US.
Also, yes, you will have to claim and re-check your baggage in JFK.
Hey ZAP, Thanks for quick answer. 1. I'am EU citizen but not ESTA (Poland), I need visa. You mean the usage of the machines with picture, finger print and so on? I did it already last october in JFK.
2. What happend if my flight from Frankfurt is delayed and i phisically didn't have chance to catch my connection flight? Will Delta check me on the the 4 hours later flight to santo domingo for free? I only one time in my life missed my connection Flight: JFK-<American Airlines>London Heathrow<should Be British Airways>Munich. British Airways lady checked me on... Lufthansa in Heathrow :)
3. How does it look the baggage re-check? I have to first talk with immigrant officer, then pickup my main luggage, customs and then what? Where I can drop it off?
Then since you need a visa, not ESTA, you won't be able to use the kiosks. Yes, if your miss your connection you will be rebooked on the later flight to Santo Domingo. The re-check desk is right after you clear Customs.