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American airlines has changed our flight times. We've never been to MIA. Were departing DFW and arriving at MIA at 10:20am flight AA2336 then departing at 11:08 flight AA1028 to AUA, Aruba. That's 48 min. We fly out June 24th in two weeks so I don't have the terminal info..
That is enough time. All you have to do in Miami is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
We are departing from Las Vegas Flight 1674 at 11pm on American Airlines arriving in Miami at 7:07am with 3hrs 26mins stop-over, then departing again at 10:33am to Panama. Is this enough time to transit? Worried about the time difference affecting this... Would Expedia bookings show the time zone which ur entering or do we have to calculate the time difference ourselves?
Yes, that is plenty of time. Expedia bookings show the time of where you will be. All you have to do in Miami on the way to Panama is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
We are travelling to STX from PHL with a 50 minute connection on American Airlines. Scheduled to arrive at D4 at 1114am (fingers crossed!) and depart out of E33 at 1205pm. This was booked as a legal connection on AA.com but I didn't realize at the time that there was a terminal change! What are our chances of making this connection? Thanks!
Yes, that is enough time. D and E are connected inside security by a walkway.
As many before me I wonder if we have enough time for our connecting flight tomorrow. We come from SJO with AA and land at 3:40 pm at gate D39 and go to CUR with AA from gate D38 at 5:55 pm. I dont know if the luggage will be checked through, we bought 1 ticket for the entire trip. EU citizen. Any tips to do it as fast and smooth as possible? I read something about an orange ticket for short connections?
Your bags will be checked through. You will have to go through US Immigration, customs, and security. You should have enough time.
We are flying to Punta Cana via Miami. we are flying with BA (London- Miami) and AA (Miami - Punta Cana). We have a 4 hour connection going there but only 2 hours coming home. I have called BA and they said 1hr 30 mins is the standard time but have read so many horror stories. Will I have to re-check in all the bags etc as it is still a AA flight?. Will 2 hours be enough time? Please let me know- first time traveller!!!!
I am travelling to Punta Cana in december via Miami. We are travelling with BA (London-Miami) and AA (Miami - Punta Cana). We have a 4 hour connection time going there but coming home only 2 hours. Do we have to re-check in our bags etc like many have said on here as it is a connecting flight? also, do you think we have enough time? First time traveling long haul! Thanks a lot
You should have enough time both ways. From what I can tell, connecting to BA is still considered ITI and you don't have to claim your bags in Miami.
Hi, I am looking to book flights from Manchester to Miami arriving at 16.35 (Thomas Cook) and then getting a flight 18.10 to Turks & Caicos with American Airlines. I have a U.K. Passport, is this enough time for transit? I suspect not but it's the only flight to Provo that day... Thanks
No, it's not enough time because the American flight will leave from the opposite end of the airport and you'll have to transfer your bags yourselves.
I am flying American Airlines key west to Miami. Arrive in MIA at 12:50 p.m. Connecting to a flight on American Airlines that departs for BWI at 1:41 p.m. Will I and my luggage make this connection flight?
Yes, that is enough time if everything goes smoothly. You just have to walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.