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My daughter is arriving on a satuday 4:35 flight on WOW. She has global entry. Her next flight would be with an American airline flight either 5:45 or 7:35. Not sure if she could make the 5:45 Any thoughts?
With global entry and no bags, the 5:45 flight would be possible IF the WOW flight is on-time and she is able to check in for her American flight before leaving Europe/Iceland. Otherwise I recommend the 7:35 flight.
I am booking a flight from Phoenix Az to P.I Me. It will be American airlines from Phoenix to Boston Logan, then Pen air out of Boston Logan. There is an 1hr and a half between the flights, will I have to go to a different terminal to make my connection?
Also, if the flights are in the same terminal, will the gates be near each other, or would I have to go to the other end of the terminal?
They are the same terminal and the PenAir gates are located right in the middle of the American gates.
I shall be arriving from Zurich on Swiss Airlines at 7:55pm and I have a connecting flight (separate ticket) on Jetblue to Cleveland at 9:15pm. Will I have enough time to make the flight. I will only have a carry-on so no checked baggage.
With carry-ons only this is just enough time if you are able to check-in online for your Jetblue flight before leaving Switzerland and everything goes smoothly.
Good Morning, I am landing in Boston from a flight originating in Malta with a layover in Munich. The the landing time is 6:35pm. I need t o make it home to NYC that night. I see I can book a flight at 7:25pm. Would I be able to clear customs and gather my luggage, as well as re-check it in that time? I know in NYC that wouldn't work, but i'm hoping maybe Boston it will work.
That would be impossible. The last flight from Boston to NYC appears to depart at 8:17 PM (on Jetblue) which would be barely possible if everything went perfectly.
I've got a 90 minute connection arriving from DFW on American and departing on Aer Lingus to Dublin. Carryons only. Yesterday the AA flight arrived in Term B and the EI flight departed Term C. Is it better/faster to walk between those terminals or take the bus?
It's fastest to walk. Those flights always use those terminals.