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I am considering booking an allegiant airline flight into LAS arriving at 9:00 PM. I am considering booking a frontier airline flight leaving LAS at 10:40PM. Is 1 hour and 40 min enough time to transfer terminals with 1 checked bag?
Hello, is the connecting train between gates D and E within security. I am flying on Delta (gates D) and departing on Jetblue and want to know if it possible without going through security again. Thank you!
Help please, booked a flight flying into Las Vegas on Frontier and there's 64 mins between my next flights from a different terminal for Spirit. Is there enough time? I am not checking bags. ThanK You so much
In theory, it's enough time without checked bags, but Frontier runs late a LOT and if you are late arriving, Spirit will NOT accomodate you on another flight. You'll be stuck buying another ticket. Don't be a cheapskate, just buy a normal ticket instead of trying to stitch something together across two different budget carriers.
hahaha Thank You ZAP - will definitely not be doing this sorta booking in the future. How do I get to Spirit from Frontier as quick as possible? Do I take a train from Terminal 3 toTerminal 1 gate B?
You can in theory take a train from the D gates where Frontier arrives to Terminal 1 and then go to the Spirit departure gates in B.
Hello, I need to go to D1 and then to E11. Is there a connection between the 2 gates so I don't have to exit out of D terminal to go back into security line thru E terminal again?
D is not a terminal, it is a gate area that is connected to both Terminals 1 and 3 inside security by a train. You shouldn't have to go through security again unless you have to transfer checked bags yourself.
I am arriving with Delta at Gate D at T1 and need to get to Gate E at T3 for Virgin Atlantic flight. Luggage will go straight through. Will there be time for connection with 90 min layover. And how should this be done?
You won't actually arrive in T1, you arrive in the D gates, you just have to take the train to the E gates (also the train to the United Baggage claim), then go upstairs to the E gates where your Virgin Atlantic flight will depart.
Can I go from United (D gates) to Southwest (C gates) without clearing security again?
It's theoretically possible (follow sings for the Delta baggage claim from the D gates to get on the right train, but then do not exit the sterile area, follow signs to the C gates once the train arrives in Terminal 1). However, I've never done it and have not personally read an account of anyone who has done it. if you do it, please write here to let me know it's possible.