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What is the airline industry policy if i skip a domestic flight that is part of a international flight? They cant cancel or bump my other flights can they? I want to fly straight to new jersey to connect the international flight to london, but my ticket is tampa-new jersey-london. So i want to make sure the airline doesnt cancel the new jersey-london flight if they dont see me on the tampa-new jersey flight.
Actually yes, they will cancel your new jersey-london flight if you don't board your Tampa-Newark flight. So you either have to pay the change fee to change your reservation or show up for your flight in Tampa or book a new ticket.
Hi, I am flying from MAN to MCO via EWR arrive Newark terminal B connecting flight departs terminal C, both flights are with United Airlines. do I need to collect luggage and clear immigration then recheck luggage for flight to Orlando? What's the quickest route between terminals? Thanks
Yes, you will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, then take the AirTrain to Terminal C, go through security and to your departure gate.
I am travelling from montreal to Newark terminal a and after from Terminal C to Houston . but I have just 40 minutes from terminal A to T C . Show me what have I to take to arrive on time at TERMINAL C
There is a shuttle inside security from the United Express gates in A to Terminal C. You can make this connection if everything goes perfectly.
Hi,I am arriving from LHR and transferring to a flight to Norfolk Va, both flights are on United can I use the united shuttle bus airside after I go through customs etc.
After you clear customs you will be outside security. You can either take the Airtrain to Terminal A and go through security there or you can go through security in C and take the shuttle bus. Note that there's a chance you could arrive in Terminal B, in which case you will have to take the AirTrain to A.
Many thanks, that explains it, I have 1 hour 50 mins between flights it will be very tight to make the connection, do you think it might be quicker to go back through security in the terminal I arrive in and use the United shuttle bus.
I suspect it will be faster to take the AirTrain, but the differences are very minimal and sort of depend on the luck of how long you wait for the train or bus.
Am travelling from Montreal - Newark(Terminal A) and then onward flying from Newark(Terminal C) - Mumbai . Am a french citzen and hold a French Passport , do i need to get an ETSA for transitining through the terminal.
Yes, you will need ESTA. You will pre-clear US Immigration and Customs in Montreal.
I am arriving into Terminal B from Edinburgh, UK and then only have 1 hour 36 minutes to catch flight to Atlanta fromTerminal A. I presume I have to collect and recheck bags, plus clear immigration as it is my first port of call in the US before i fly out of different terminal. Feeling nervous that it will be too much of a rush. Thank you for any advice you can give
Should have said - flying with United Airlines Edinburgh to Newark, then Republic Airlines dba United Express (which I assume is a United Airlines Flight too, but maybe not!
Yes. You will arrive, go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, take the AirTrain to your departure terminal (either A or C) and go through security and to your departure gate. You have just enough time if everything goes perfectly.
Thank you - I appreciate it. Fingers crossed for short queues and a smooth paggage through
I will have a limited amount of time between arrival (domestic) at TA and getting to TC for an International flight. Would rather not waste time w/ a second TSA check ... what is the best way (quick) to get from A to C?
United runs a shuttle bus inside security from their concourse in Terminal A to Terminal C, if you are arriving on a United Express flight.
Do I have to go outside security, if so is 2 hours enough?
Yes, you will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, then take the AirTrain to Terminal A, go through security and to your departure gate. You have just enough time if everything goes smoothly.