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Is there adequate transfer time if I arrive at terminal A at 7PM, pick up luggage then travel to terminal E, recheck luggage and go through security to make a connecting flight to Dubai at 10 PM? I have TSA pre check.
Yes, that should be enough time. Note that you won't be able to uses PreCheck in Boston since Emirates is not a Pre-Check participant.
Would 2 hours be enough time to allow to arrive on International flight from Ireland(Preclearance done in Ireland) and get to Domestic TErminal for flight to Florida?
What airlines? Do you have checked bags? Is it one reservation or two separate reservations?
Hi, I will travel SEATTLE-BOS and then BOS-BOGOTA(Colombia), the connection time in Boston will be 2 hours. Is this enough time to make this international connection?
If you have checked bags you will need to go through security again. If you just have a carry-on, then you should check in online for the Avianca flight. That should be enough time to get the flight. The trick won't work the other way around because of US customs. If you want to do the connection in reverse you should still do the online check in if you have a carry-on, but be prepared to go through airport security again.
We are US citizens considering a flight from Heathrow to Boston in mid-June 2018. It would arrive at BOS around 5:15 p.m. Our return flight to Atlanta would be separately ticketed to depart at 7:50 p.m. Is 2.5 hours enough time to collect luggage, clear customs, and make a domestic flight?
That's just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
How much time I need when I arrive in Terminal E(Emirates flight) and catch jet blue(either Terminal E or C)
I recommend 2 hours.
Must I go through security again if I'm arriving in terminal b in boaton and flying out terminal c cape air?
Yes, you will have to go through security again. Terminal B is not connected to any other terminals inside security.
Hi all,

I am a British Citizen. I am looking to fly from London Gatwick to Boston then go onto Cleveland. These will be 2 separate flights.

LGW - BOS - Norwegian Air
BOS - CLE - Spirit/JetBlue

CLE - BOS - Spirit/JetBlue
BOS - LGW - Norwegian Air

Unfortunately on the return, there is only an hour window from me landing in Boston to get to my flight to Gatwick. Will that be enough time to get to the flight? What will i expect such as security, customs etc?

Just a note, i have not bought the ticket as its not till October. Looking to see what is typical or what i should expect.
On the return, that isn't enough time. Sorry, you'll have to find a different way back to London. You need at least 2 hours with no checked bags, and 3 hours with checked bags.
I am arriving on AA at 5pm and my friend arrives on Jet Blue at 6:30pm. If I were to wait for him, can I get to his terminal without leaving the airport? As long as I don't check a bag? Is that a pretty easy thing to do?
They are two separate terminals that are not connected inside security. So you'd have to meet him somewhere outside security.
I boarded JetBlue to Boston fr transiting to Dubai. Luggage already booked by JetBlue to Dubai from buffalo. Was told to print boarding pass in Boston. Where do I print the boarding pass since i hv already cleared security thru buffalo
Flight is Emirates
The Emirates gate should be able to issue it.
Arriving with delta to terminal A from Atlanta then flying out to Dublin with Aer Lingus from terminal C...2 there an airside connector between A and C? If not, is 2 hours enough to exit A and get thru security at C?
No, there is no airside connector. You have just enough time with no checked bags. With checked bags it will be very difficult, bordering on impossible.