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My flight out from MCO leaves at 8:05pm. I would like to fly in to MCO from TLH but the only non stop flight available on my departure date arrives @ 6:55pm. That is right at 1 hour. Would that be enough time to get through security? I will not have any checked luggage.
I'll arrive at MCO on an Delta flight from Atlanta at 9:29pm on June, 6th. Connection flight is also by Delta to Sao Paulo at 10:18pm. It's only 49 minutes. Is this confirmed connection by Delta a realistic scenario?
Yes, all you have to do in Orlando is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. It's doable if the flight from Atlanta is on-time.
I'm arriving at MCO on an AZUL flight from Sau Paulo at 6 pm. Can I make my connection to an American Airlines leaving MCO at 7:15 pm?
No, you have zero chance of making that connection.
I am flying out of airside 4 and my grandson airside 3 how much time will I need to get to my flight
Im trying to avoid spending 24+ hrs in MCO, even though it is quite lovely.
How much time should I allow between disembarking and getting my luggage from Southwest and passing through security to make my flight to Sao Paulo on Azul?
the prospective flights leave 90 minutes between arrival on SW and Departure on Azul
90 minutes is too short.
Possible without checked baggage of any sort?
I have a doubt on the need of passport control when connecting in MCO coming from Sao Paulo(GRU) and heading to Montreal. The tickets are not linked so I need to get luggage from LATAM and drop-off at AIR CANADA. What are the necessary proedures? Must I go through US Customs or not?
Yes, you will have to go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags with Air Canada, and go through security. You will need a US Transit Visa.
My son and I are flying different airlines at the same time. One is in Terminal A, the other in B. We would like to spend time together in the United Club beforehand. How difficult is it to transfer terminals, how much time would I need, and can I go through security with a ticket that is not flying out of that particular terminal?
A and B are just 2 sides of the check-in/baggage claim building. What matters more are what airsides you are flying out of. What airlines are you flying?
One of us is on Jet Blue, the other on United.
Jetblue is in Airside 1 and United is in Airside 3, which use the same security checkpoint, so it shouldn't be an issue.
I'm flying out of MCO Dec 23 and flying back in Dec 28th both flights are on delta airlines where is the cheapest most convenient parking
I'm flying out of MCO Dec 23 and flying back in Dec 28th both flights are on delta airlines where is the cheapest most convenient parking
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.