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We are arriving into A West and leaving from C-22. We need to clear customs using Global Entry, but how do we quickly get fro A West to C-22? Is there a secure shuttle? If so, what gate. Our flight tomorrow is delayed out of Athens, so need to know if we can make our domestic connection.
After you clear customs you will be outside security. You can either walk to C and go through security there or go through security in A and walk to C. It's not a long walk.
I am flying into Philadelphia on a domestic flight from san diego and departing on an international flight to venice. Do I have to change terminals? How do I do this? How much time do I need ?
You will possibly change terminals but all AA gates are connected inside security. All you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. 45-60 minutes is sufficient.
I arrive Saturday via AA from Denver to PHL, scheduled to arrive at 12:33 pm.
Will I have time to transition to an AA regional carrier (Republic) that departs at 1:15 pm?
Estimated time to walk? Thank you
Yes, that is enough time if the first flight is on-time. Walk time should be 10 minutes or less.
BA 6988 codeshare with AA. PhX to PHL 51minutes to connect to BA1605 PhL to MAD. Looked like terminal C arrival and A connecting departure to me.
That is possible. All you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
I'm flying American Airlines - Boston to Philadelphia flight arriving at 7:29am. Then Philadelphia to Saint Maarten (SXM) - leaves at 9:10am. Is this enough of a layover time? Do you know what terminal we will be in/go out of?
Yes, that is enough time. Your flights will both be in Terminals A, B, or C. All you have to do is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
We have a flight from Manchester uk landing at terminal A @13:40. We then have a connecting flight from terminal F @ 15:20. Do we first go to immigration and then collect luggage in terminal A? Where do we then drop back off the luggage is it at terminal F? Am I right in thinking that there is a shuttle bus from A-F? Will this be enough time for the connecting flight?
You drop your bags off right after you clear customs. Then you go through security and then there is a shuttle inside security to F. You have enough time.
how much time is needed?
British Airways does not use Terminal C. Where are you flying from? If it's a domestic to International connection 45-60 minutes is sufficient.
BA 6988 codeshare with AA. PhX to PHL 51minutes to connect to BA1605 PhL to MAD. Looked like terminal C arrival and A connecting departure to me.
I am looking at buying a ticket from Nashville, Tennessee to Watertown, New York on American with a layover in Philadelphia. The connection time is listed at 1 hour, 2 minutes. It also mentions it will involve a terminal change (Republic Airlines As American Eagle and Air Wisconsin As American Eagle). Should 1 hour, 2 minutes be enough time? What two terminals would most likely be used for this situation? Would you recommend walking or shuttle for this? Thanks.
My wife and I arrive from San Juan at 19:15 and our flight to Dublin is at 21:00 does it give us enough time to check our bags and go through security and get to the gate?
If both flights are on American then all you have to do in Philadelphia is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Yea both flights are American Airlines .
So when I check in at san juan I dont get the bags again until we arrive in dublin is that correct
how far(time) is the walk from terminal a-west to terminal c
10-15 minutes if the arrival is a domestic flight.