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  • Domestic to international connection
    Jan 11, 2014
    1
    Hi I have 1 hour between a domestic flight of Virgin America to taking an international flight by Delta Air. Is 1 hour sufficient to take the flight?

     

    It is not possible if you have checked baggage to transfer. Delta and Virgin America do not have an interline baggage agreement, so you would have to move bags between airlines yourself and go through security, you won't have enough time to do that. Even without checked baggage it will be very difficult. You will have to change one of your flights.

     

  • 2 hour connection - LAS SFO YYZ
    Jan 7, 2014
    1
    Flying on United on a single ticket without checking in baggage and a 2 hour connection time in SFO between LAS and YYZ. I think this is a domestic to international flight? Would 2 hour connection be sufficient?

     

    Yes, that should be plenty of time. All United gates at SFO are connected beyond security.

     

  • 56mins enough for UAL connection?
    Jan 5, 2014
    3
    We are arrivin from San Diego an changing to UAL's flight to HNL in 56mins. Is that enough for us and our checked bags?

     

    Yes, that should be enough time. All United flights are connected beyond security at SFO.

     

    Ok, and even the bags will make it?

     

    There's no guarantee, but they should.

     

  • T3 to international in 59 min?
    Dec 23, 2013
    1
    Being offered a ticket from Vegas to Europe for a good price but it includes flying in to SFO T3 (United) then out on Lufthansa 59 min later. Bags should be checked through, but I still doubt whether this is feasible?

     

    There is a secure-side connection between T3 and the International terminal. If your first flight is on-time you will be able to make your connection as all you will have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.

     

  • Bart voucher to Bart Ticket
    Dec 22, 2013
    0
    Can I take the Red Train from Terminal 1 to Bart garage and still get my Bart voucher redeemed there or do I HAVE to go to International G and get it Redeemed

     

  • Domestic to International Connection: Alaska Air then Singapore Air
    Dec 21, 2013
    4
    Hello - I have an approximately three (3) hour layover in San Francisco arriving domestically on Alaska Airlines then departing from the International Terminal on Singapore Airlines. I'm not sure they will check my luggage through as these are separate tickets. I arrive at Terminal B and depart at Terminal G. I'm wondering if there is a shuttle that will allow me to skip picking up my bags, then rechecking them at Singapore Air? Something that bypasses security? If not, three hours? Is that enough? Thanks in Advance!

     

    Sorry, I guess it's Terminal 1 and the International Terminal....I was thinking about the gates...

     

    No, if your bags are not checked through to Singapore Airlines you will have to pick them up at the Alaska baggage claim, take them to Singapore, and re-check them, and then go back through security.

     

    Also, 3 hours should be plenty of time to do that.

     

    Turns out that Alaska Air has an agreement with Singapore Airlines so they will check my bags straight through. I'll just need to clear customs. Thanks for the info!

     

  • Cnxn from united intl to united Skywest
    Dec 16, 2013
    1
    Is 90 min enough to clear customs and exit the international terminal to the united Skywest terminal ?

     

    After customs clearance, onward passengers will exit Arrivals Hall through dedicated doors indicating 'Connecting Flights', where they will re-check in bags at the baggage desk directly outside of the exit. You connecting terminal will be Terminal 3 (United - code-sharing with Skywest). To get to T3 you have two choices: (a) take the AirTrain's red line at either station A or G below the Main Hall (but need to go through security check), or (b) use the short connector between Boarding Area G and Terminal 3 and its F gates. You should have enough time for transfer.

     

  • happy
    Nov 2, 2013
    0
    Hurray!!!!

     

  • Andale Mexican Restaurant
    Oct 2, 2013
    0
    Love thi splace, especially the chipotle shrimp burrito!

     

  • 1.5 hrs enough to connect from UA domestic to Korean Air internationa
    Sep 20, 2013
    1
    1.5 hrs enough to connect from United Airlines domestic terminal (from Denver) to Korean Air international terminal? We have checked luggage and a toddler. Thank you in advance for your advice!!

     

    Were your tickets bought on one reservation? If not you'll have to claim your luggage and take it to Korean yourself and if so I don't think that's enough time.

     

  • 1.5 hrs enough to connect from UA domestic to Korean Air internationa
    Sep 20, 2013
    6
    1.5 hrs enough to connect from United Airlines domestic terminal (from Denver) to Korean Air international terminal? We have checked luggage and a toddler. Thank you in advance for your advice!!

     

    We are going to Korea on Korean Air. Thanks.

     

    We are going to Korea on Korean Air. Thanks.

     

    The domestic and international portions are not on one ticket, which means we have to get the luggage out and then check them in at the international terminal. We're thinking 1.5 hours is way too little time to get the luggage and then get to the international check-in and make the flight. What are your thoughts?

     

    The domestic and international portions are not on one ticket, which means we have to get the luggage out and then check them in at the international terminal. We're thinking 1.5 hours is way too little time to get the luggage and then get to the international check-in and make the flight. What are your thoughts?

     

    I agree, that is not enough time.

     

    Today's listing of United's Denver arrivals are all but one (in T1) in T3, while Korean Air departs from gate A6 of the International terminal. I suggest you call United at 800-864-8331 to find out if they transfer bags. Note that at SFO, Domestic passengers transferring from T3 to the International Terminal may transfer via a connector walkway (located post-secuirty near gate 75) to the International Terminal's Boarding Area G arriving at post-security near gate G92. If they have not yet checked in for their connecting flight, they need to stop by at their airline counter in the Main Hall and then take either the AirTrain or walk to the International Terminal, where they need to go through security check before proceeding to their connecting gate.

     

  • Something different...
    Aug 7, 2013
    0
    Airport food, what can I say. Egg, bacon, provolone cheese grilled on a croissant. Served hot, reasonably priced. Staff needs to work on their English language skills.

     

  • HNL connection
    Jul 21, 2013
    1
    What do you think, is 3 hours enough time to transfer from International Terminal to Terminal 3? I arrive at 16.15 from Frankfurt and depart at 19.30 from Terminal 3 to HNL.

     

    Yes, that should be enough time.

     

  • good food
    Jul 11, 2013
    0
    Here i ate some really good food

     

  • maxs deli terminal 1
    Jul 2, 2013
    0
    Avoid this place

     





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