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Hello, I need your help: I'm going from lisbon to bonston on a SATA flight and then I have to catch a Delta flight to Orlando. Do I have to go to customs and then chek in for Delta? Or is there an "internal corridor" for people in transit? Anyone know if Delta gates are close to SATA gates? Thank you
Yes, you will arrive in Terminal E, go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, then go all the way across the airport to Terminal A, re-check your bags with Delta, go through security and to your departure gate. You need at least 3 hours.
Thank you, lets hope the flight dosenÂ´t be late, i have only 3 hours...
Hello, ill be departing from halifax (canada) to boston and then to dublin, with a 1h 30m transit in boston. I am also required to change terminals from B to C once i arrive in boston. Do i have enough time? And do i need to go through security and check in again at terminal C? Thank you.
You will clear US customs in Halifax, saving you a bundle of time. But unless your airline in Halifax can issue you a boarding pass for the flight out of Logan( i.e. They are commercially connected with the airline flying out of Logan, then you will have to check in at terminal C and get a boarding pass. In either case you will have to go thru security at Terminal C at Logan as far as I know Plus...unless your airline out of Halifax can transfer your baggage to the flight departing from Logan , you will have to go to baggage claim, get your bags, and check them in again at Terminal C when you get your boarding pass. I think in such a case it will be tight and depend on how many others need to do the same thing at the same time Sometimes TSA is good about having a hurry up line for people in a time crunch or sometimes if you go to a checkpoint other than the one nearest the ticket counter, you can get thru much faster Hope this helps Good luck
I arrive in terminal C on Virgin at 6pm and have a flight on Icelandair at 8:45pm in terminal E. they are separate reservation so I would need to find my luggage and re-check in with Iceland air. Would I have enough time?
My flight from Lisbon is scheduled to arrive on Mar 2nd at 5:55 PM (business class), I have a connecting flight at 6:55 PM on Air Canada (to Montreal). Will I have enough time to make my connecting flight? (assuming I need to clear customs at Logan. Btw I have a global entry)
Even with Global Entry I think an hour is pretty tough, especially considering your arrival and departure terminals are pretty far away from each other.
I am looking at an itinerary that has a return flight from Mumbai to Cleveland via Dubai and Boston. The time between the anticipated landing at Boston from Dubai and departure from Boston to Cleveland is just an hour and thirty five minutes. Will this be enough? Only under the best case scenario? Even under the worst case scenario?
It's enough time under a "normal" scenario. It would be difficult if the flight from Dubai is delayed.
Thanks Zap! I kind of guessed as much and opted for a later departure from Boston (6:30 layover ... argh).
I am travelling from Toronto to Boston with Air Canada - Layover for 1hr55- checked in 1 bag- will this bad be transferred to my connecting flight with Aerlingus to Dublin? Do I have enough time to get from one to the other? Will there be immigration etc. to go through?
you will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Toronto. Are both of your flights on the same reservation or two separate reservations?