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My family is Travelling from Delhi to Orlando with united. I believe their immigration will be at EWR. Wats the transfer process . Do they collect their bags 1st n then do immigration or vice versa. Will they again have to recheck their bags at counter n do security again . How far are the gates of arrival n departure. Would they need to take a tram ? Thanks
At EWR, United uses Terminals B & C (TB, TC) for its international flights - both terminals have their own customs procedures (go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag). United uses for its departures TC (United Express uses both TA & TC). After baggage re-check-in, she needs to take the AirTrain (follow signs) to TC - but needs to go through security check before proceeding to the connecting C gate.
I have booked a flight from Birmingham to Orlando, with a connection through Newark. I am flying on one ticket. The time between flights is 1hr 15 mins will I make it?! My travel advisor in the UK told me that it is sold through United Airlines and is definitely do-able. Help!
EDIT hi this is the return journey part of my holiday. Orlando international to Newark lands and I have just over an hour to catch my Newark to Birmingham flight.... Is there enough time??
On the return trip it will be very doable as you do not go through US Customs or immigration when you leave the US - you will just have to go from your arrival gate to your departure gate in EWR.
1) I am arriving from Nashville at 10.15pm and taking a connecting flight the NEXT MORNING for Punta Cana at 9.05am. My question is : can I check my luggage from Nashville to Punta Cana or do I have to pick it upon arrival in EWR? and then check in again? 2) What is the time limit to check in for the flight to Punta Cana? 3) The same question as 1) but will be arriving IAD from Punta Cana in the evening a week later and then flying to Geneva Switzerland the following afternoon
I believe you will have to pick up your baggage in Newark. You should aim to check in for your Punta Cana flight 90 minutes before scheduled departure, so 7:35. On your way back, you will go through US Immigration and Customs when you arrive in IAD. You will have to claim your baggage anyway on that trip in order to go through US Immigration. They won't allow you to re-check your bags almost an entire day before your next flight.
flying in from belfast then on to orlando. do we need to change terminals and if so what is distane and time it takes. thank you
You may arrive in Terminal B or Terminal C. In either case, in Newark you will go through US Immigration, collect your baggage, go through US Customs, and then re-check your bags with United. Then if you arrived in Terminal B you will have to take the Airtrain to Terminal C. Then you will go through security and to your departure gate to orlando.
I flew out of EWR yesterday morning and misplaced my camera. It is in a black pouch and has a 55 to 135 telephoto. It is only 12 mp, an older camera, but I like it. Please let me know the best place to contact to find out more Thank you
I am flying into EWR on Sat. 23rd at 4:09 pm (United out of MCO) I will be flying out at 7:00 pm Lufthansa for Dublin. I have never used Newark before, what are the suggested procedures? Bag pick-up? customs? Time? Terminals?
you do not go through Customs when leaving the US nor will you have to do anything with your bags in EWR. Also, Lufhtansa does not fly from Newark to Dublin, so that flight will be on United as well. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate, which will both be in Terminal C. You should have plenty of time.
I will be arriving at Terminal A on Air Canada with 2 small children and a bunch of luggage (car seats etc). I will have cleared US Immigration in Canada. I was told that I have to pick up all my baggage first and then proceed through a set of doors to meet my car service. Is this true? Can they get into the baggage area and assist me?
Terminal A is a domestic terminal - on arrival at the gates, therefore after deplaning, proceed to the Arrivals /ground level where you should be met by your taxi driver holding up a sign with your name (if you pre-ordered a taxi). Otherwise, look for Skycaps & if you can't see one proceed to the nearby information counter asking for assistance.
I will be arriving on SAS and will need to go American Airlines flight to Chicago. I have 3 hrs. and 20 minutes total. what is the best way to procede?
You will arrive in Terminal B where you will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, and go through US Customs. If you purchased your tickets together then you can re-check your bags at the re-check desk and then take the AirTrain to Terminal A where you will go through security and to your departure gate. If you purchased tickets separately, bring your bags with you to Terminal A where you will have to check them at the American Airlines counter and pay a checked bag fee. You should have enough time to make your transfer.