Washington Dulles (IAD) AIRPORT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS DISCUSSION FORUM
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Hello. My colleage is flying from MEX to CDG on Sept 2, 2017 making a short connection (2H15M) in IAD at 15.10pm and leaving at 17.25pm. Do you think she will have enough time to make it to the following flight considering the new regulations on revisions and all that?
That is just enough time if everything goes smoothly. There are no new regulations.
Flying from Syracuse to Dulles on Delta and connecting to Air France to Paris. 2 hr 20 minute layover if Delta plane is on time. Is that enough? If bags are checked on a Delta will they transfer them to Air France or do you need to retrieve them and check them on Air France?
Delta does not fly from Syracuse to Dulles. Please double check your reservation.
On August 2nd I'll be flying out of Buffalo, NY to Fresno, CA via D.C. and then LA. My layover in D.C. (Dulles) is only 40 minutes, and my entire trip is via United Airlines. Having looked at the IAD airport map, I know that United flights arrive in and depart from concourses C and D, so I won't need to transfer terminals any way other than by foot. My question is, providing the flights are on time, how long does it take to walk from C to D maximum? I'm nervous about missing my connection, and am trying to plan ahead as much as I possibly can.
Hi. I will be connecting from LGA through IAD to Frankfurt, both on United. For various reasons these are on separate tickets. I have 1h 19 mins with carry on baggage only and I will check into my international flight (IAD to FRA) ahead of time. I have a Canadian passport (with Global Entry & TSA pre-check) but am spending time in NYC prior to these flights. Will this be enough time?
Yes, that is enough time if the first flight is on-time.
Can I realistically hope to arrive at 1620 domestic to catch the 1705 Austrian flight to Vienna? No carry on bags and business class.
Yes, that's enough time if the first flight is on-time. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Really!? 45 minutes--that's great.
ZAP, the two flights are on different tickets. Arriving on United, departing on Austrian. I can check-in for Austrian on-line. Looks like the domestic United arrives on A and Austrian departs B--is 45 minutes still enough time. The only other option is a 5 hour layover.