La Guardia (LGA) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM
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Is a 46 min layover enough to make a flight? I will be flying from DCA to Montreal on American Airlines the whole way. The ticket I would like to buy has a 45 min layover. I am wondering if this is feasible and how far the connection at LGA is?
Also wanted to add, the first flight is at 6am out of DCA and then arrive at 7:09am, then 7:55am out of LGA
That should be just enough time if everything goes perfectly.
thanks! i am hoping that the early morning flight will mean no delays and that them selling this ticket together means that i can make it. no checked baggage either. just gonna book it and see how it goes!
Hi everyone, I have a Delta MSP to LGA flight scheduled to arrive at 7:06 p.m. and a Westjet departure going to YYZ Toronto at 7:50. I know they're in the same terminal, but with baggage etc. will there be enough time to transfer?
It's enough time if the flight from MSP is on-time.
I have tickets through WestJet from RSW to YYZ. First leg is RSW to LGA on Delta, then LGA to YYZ on WestJet. My layover in LGA is 1hr 42 mins. I've never flown through LGA - is that plenty of time for the connection (even if the Delta flight gets delayed a bit, as they do)
That's enough time if the delay is reasonable. All you have to do in LaGuardia is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. Westjet uses Delta gates at LaGuardia.
Great. So they're in the same terminal? That's good. I think my last Delta flight was 30 or 40 mins delayed, so maybe even then I'd make the connection. Thanks -
Delta uses both terminals C and D but they are connected inside security by a pedestrian bridge.