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We have booked a flight from Lisbon to Rome and arrive at terminal 3 at 16:20. We want to buy tickets to Bari and aren't sure if the 17:15 flight will give us enough connection time. We will be checking in our bags
With checked bags I don't think that's enough time if it's two separate reservations.
Looking at booking flight from Dubrovnik to Rome arriving FCO 13.25 on Vueling airlines and connecting (seperate ticket) on an Alitalia flight FCO to Pisa at 14.20 (giving 55 minutes to transfer) will this be enough time or should I book later flight?
Considering you will have to go through Schengen Entry passport control then check in and go through security for the Alitalia flight, I don't think that's enough time.
My son arrives at Terminal 3 on American Airlines at 7;35 am and has to catch an Alitalia flight at 9:20 am in Terminal 1. Does he have time???
US tourists with checked bags, flying DFW-FCO on AA, FCO-TLV on El Al in July, one ticket. Arriving FCO 7:15 am, departing FCO 10 am. Is there enough time to connect us (slow walkers) and our bags? Will we need to collect and recheck our bags? Go thru customs? Go thru passport control? Return trip is similar, but only 2h 30min connect time.
Yes, that should be enough time. Since everything is on the same reservation all you should have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate. You should have enough time both ways.
I am arriving Rome airport from JFK on Alitalia. I booked and paid in credit card a first class roundtrip JFK-Rome ticket on Alitalia. Since I had Alitalia frequent flyer miles, I decided to book a one-way flight from Rome to Venice with the miles. Therefore, the roundtrip JFK-Rome leg has a different booking number than the one way Rome to Venice leg. I have 1 hour 40 minutes to make the connection from T3 (arrival in Rome) to get to T1 (to take off from Rome to Venice). Alitalia said that the agent in JFK "should" be able to print my boarding pass for the Rome to Venice flight, at the same time they print my boarding pass for the roundtrip JFK-Rome, Rome-JFK flight. The word "should" makes me worried. If I have all my boarding passes pre-printed, will 1 hour 40 minutes be enough time? I only have carry-on luggage, no checked bags. If they can't print my boarding pass for the Rome-Venice leg in the United States when I show up at JFK, how do I this when I get to Rome airport in order to board the flight from Rome to Venice? And will 1 hour 40 minutes be enough time? Thank you.
If you don't already have your Venice boarding pass you can get it at the Alitalia transfer desk in Rome. You should have enough time.
Thank you. Is the Alitalia transfer desk located after we go through the customs/passport control desk? or before it?