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Arriving with delta to terminal A from Atlanta then flying out to Dublin with Aer Lingus from terminal C...2 questions...is 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.
I'm arriving at terminal C via JetBlue around 8pm. Unfortunately, I booked my flight a day earlier than the check-in at my hotel. I'm a Delta Sky Club member and was wondering if I could walk to Terminal A and spend the night at the Sky Club instead of leaving the airport?
I had a connecting flight with JetBlue, after I got out from the first flight, I asked the lady at the counter about the gate assignment on my next one, she simply replied "International flights? You have to go to Terminal A. This is Terminal C." It turns out Terminal A is for AA, and they directed me back to Terminal C. No one bothered to even take a look at my boarding pass. I finally figured out it's at Terminal E through emails by myself. I'm glad the gap between my two flights is big, otherwise I may miss my second one because of how irresponsible the staff is here and the fact I need to go through the security again .
Whoever told you that was an idiot. There are almost no international flights from Terminal A. Almost all of them are from C or E.
1. Do I pass through security and can I use the NEXUS card to expedite. I have only a one hour connection time (arriving on American Airlines from Miami and departing on American Airlines (Westjet Encore) to Halifax, Canada. 2. Should I walk (run) from Terminal B to Terminal A or take the shuttle (bus)? Thank you.
You have to go through security. If you have TSA Precheck through Nexus you can use that. I would walk/run between terminals.
My 4 year old son and I will be arriving from Doha on a Qatar flight into Boston Logan Terminal E and we need to connect to a Southwest flight (which is in Terminal A, I believe). We arrive into Logan at 1440 on a Thursday. How much time should I allow to go through immigration and customs and collect our bags and get to our next flight? I believe I need to collect the bags and then go and check in at the Southwest kiosks and I am not sure if I have to go back through security or not.....
Yes, after re-checking your bags with Southwest in Terminal A you will have to go through security. You need at LEAST 3 hours for this connection.
Flying Jet Blue to BOS, and then departing after 90 minute layover with TAP Portugal for Lisbon. I believe they are both terminal C, correct? Jet Blue has told me they can not necessarily check our bags all the way through to Lisbon. Is 90 minutes enough time to pick up my checked baggage, re-check with TAP Portugal, and clear security? Could I just pick up my bag and walk back to the terminal without leaving security?
TAP uses Terminal E. 90 minutes is probably not enough time if your bags aren't checked through.
Double-checked the purchase receipt and it does say departure from terminal C for the TAP flight. Supposing that's true, would it be possible to claim the bag in terminal C and walk back up without leaving security?
No, you can't claim a bag without leaving security.