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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.
Just checking if it is possible to move between Terminals B and C post-security as of Aug 2017? Thanks all.
No, it is not.
Arriving from CLT @ 13:23 Terminal C. Need to catch flight to Iceland at Terminal E leaving @14:35. Getting error/warning message from reservation saying that is short time. Will I have enough time to change terminals?
If it's two separate reservations and you have checked bags that's pretty much impossible. If it's on one reservation that's barely enough time if everything goes perfectly.
How long to walk from an arriving JetBlue flight to a departing CapeAir flight at Boston Logan
The walk itself is about 20 minutes.
I'm arriving to BOS from PDL at 5 pm at Terminal E and will need to go to baggage claim to get my carry on (Azores Airlines won't allow carry on bags greater than 17 lbs). I have to get to terminal C to catch a connection at on JetBlue that leaves at 7 pm. Do I have to go through customs before the JetBlue connection? IS THIS ENOUGH TIME?
Yes, when you arrive from the Azores you will go through US Immigration, claim your bag and go through US Customs. Then you will walk to Terminal C, get your JetBlue boarding pass if you don't already have it, and go through security. You should have just enough time.

I have an American flight from ORD scheduled to land in BOS, Terminal B, at 4:48pm, and have a flight on Aer Lingus departing 5:50pm from Terminal C to Dublin. I'll have just carry-on luggage. Do I have to go through security again to get to Terminal C (I have pre-check)? Do I have enough time?
Yes, you have to go through security again in Terminal C. That's just enough time assuming you can check in for your Aer Lingus flight online.
Thank you sir!
I am arriving on Jet Blue at 7:50 pm and have an Icelandair flight at 9:30 pm. As they are partners I assume bags will be transferred. So I just have to walk over. Do I have time?

Yes, that is enough time if the first flight is domestic and both flights are on the same reservation.
I am arriving from Dubai on Emirates Aug 30th at 2:15PM in Terminal E and have a connecting flight with JetBlue departing for Florida at 4:47pm in Terminal C. I'm assuming I will be going through customs in Boston, will I be able to re-check my bags after customs or go outside security then re check and go through security again? These are separate tickets, so just trying to figure out how to get through everything smoothly. Hope I have enough time.
I am arriving from Dubai on Emirates on August 3th at 2:15pm arriving Terminal E, I have a connecting flight on JetBlue to Fort Myers departing Terminal C at 4:47pm. Will I have enough time considering Customs? Will I be able to just recheck after customs and walk over or will I have to go outside security and re check and go through security again. These are separate tickets.
Yes, that should be enough time. Since it's separate tickets you will have to take your bags to Terminal C to re-check them with JetBlue.
We will be flying into to Boston arriving terminal B (American Airlines). We need to pick up our luggage and go to terminal E. Can you guide us in most efficient way to get there.
The fastest way is really just to walk. But there is also a shuttle bus on the lower level. It depends how much time you have.