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Does one have to go through security again with either of these?
I have no clue why I didn't see this connection time before now. Is this walkable in 30 minutes or so I have to find the shuttle? I'm coming in from St. Thomas and flying out to Toronto.
I would take the shuttle.
Please give me your best advice. It looks like a long haul.
You can walk to A and take the shuttle or walk. They take about the same amount of time.
arriving terminal f departing terminal a. How much time will that take please
Probably about 20-25 minutes.
I am arriving at Terminal F GateF4. Departing Terminal C Gate C31. Should I take the shuttle or walk?
You should walk.
what is minimum layover time required to go from terminal C to terminal A. Do I need to go through security?
You do not have to go through security. 30 minutes is doable and 45-60 minutes is well sufficient.
I have 25-30 min to go from terminal c to terminal F. Do I need to go through security?

Is it faster by train or by walking.
I would walk. You don't have to go through security. It's a difficult connection still.
How to get from terminal A to C
You walk. It takes less than 10 minutes and it's all inside security.
I am flying from Barcelona to Philly (arriving to Terminal A) and then from Philly to Toronto (departing from Terminal F). I have a 1hour46min layover. Is that enough time to clear customs, pick up bags and check them back in, get through security and finally get on the shuttle from Terminal A to Terminal F? How long is the ride? Where can I find the schedule for the shuttle between the two terminals?
That is just enough time if everything goes perfectly. The shuttle runs nearly continuously.
Thanks! So if I run, I'll probably make it on time. right?
must you go through security again?
No, you do not have to.