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  • connection questions
    Nov 7, 2016
    1
    Quick question I have a flight from Philly to Orlando and then to miami all booked with American Airlines my question is do I have to get my checked bag at orlando or does it go stright on the plane to miami and also do I have to go through the tsa again in orlando or just terminal to termanalthanks for your answers

     

    You do not have to claim your bag in Orlando, just walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate, which will be near each other.

     

  • CLT-MCO-PDX Connecting From AA to AS
    Aug 15, 2016
    3
    I have an 1hr 33min layover in MCO going to PDX and an 1hr 42min Coming back through MCO WIll that work (I'm going from American - Alaska and Alaska to American). How early should I be at the Airport in PDX my flight leaves at 6:40am. Will connecting through MCO Work?

     

    Are they connected inside Security? The Terminals? Will I have to Switch Terminals?

     

    You will have to go to the main landside terminal, cross over to the other side, go through security again, and take the train to a different airside concourse in MCO. For your flight from PDX you should get to the airport at about 6:30 if you don't have to check a bag, a little earlier if you do.

     

    If your flight leaves at 6:40AM, you should not arrive at the airport at 6:30. 5:15 is a safe bet if you have bags to check, 5:30 if you don't.

     

  • Connection time
    Jul 30, 2016
    1
    Planning a trip from Denver to Montego Bay on Southwest. The return connects in Orlando with 1 hour 40 minutes... Is that enough time to get thru customs & immigration (NOT checking luggage) and get to the gate in time for boarding?

     

    With no checked bags that should be enough time.

     

  • SEA-MCO-CLT Will a 1hr 40min Layover do?
    Jun 2, 2016
    4
    Will a 1hr 40min Layover in MCO work? I'm Switching airlines but I'm using miles/buying them on the same ticket (Alaska-American code share partners). Will I have to get my bags and re-check them? And Will I have to go through security when changing terminals if I have to?

     

    You will have to go through security again but you won't have to do anything with your bags. You should have just enough time.

     

    Thanks. I should have enough time.

     

    Just to also to also mention it is a overnight flight to Seattle. So I think at 5am there really shouldn't be a wait for security right?

     

    You'd be surprised how many people fly on early morning flights.

     

  • Chicago to Jamaica Connection in MCO, 40 minutes enough?
    Nov 9, 2015
    1
    I am trying to plan flights and find the cheapest route. There is a flight from Chicago to Montego Bay, that connections in Orlando and is $300 cheaper than the non stop route. HOWEVER, the lay over in Orlando is only 40 minutes. I am concerned that this is not long enough. Any advice is appreciated!! :-)

     

    What airline?

     

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