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I am flying from Sacramento to Denver and then from Denver to Frankfurt with Lufthansa with 45 minutes for layover. I will also have check in bags. Will it be enough time to make the connecting flight. How about my check in baggage?
The Sacramento to Denver flight is operated by American Airlines. All the flights are on the same ticket - a single booking with Lufthansa.
a domestic flight to DEN(change terminal)----DEN to SFO(change terminal)----an international flight from SFO Have checked bags Which layover time is the best? 1. DEN 1h, SFO 1h57m 2. DEN 45m, SFO 2h6m 3. DEN 55m,SFO 3h10m 4.DEN 1h55m, SFO 2h6m
You're going to have to be a bit more specific about what you're talking about - I can't make any sense of what you're asking. Also, Denver only has one terminal, so it's impossible to change terminals there. Where are you coming from and where are you going?
OK, so both of those are pretty easy connections. All you have to do in Denver is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate, both in Concourse B, and all you have to do in San Francisco is walk from your arrival gate to your departure gate. There are walkways inside security connecting all United gates at SFO inside security (even the ones in the International Terminal). So in for either connection 45-60 minutes is sufficient.
I hve 40 minutes to connect between alaka air flight and united express is that enough time for connection
With no checked bags, if you check in for your United flight online and your Alaska flight is on-time, it's barely enough time. It leaves no time to spare for any delays and is impossible with checked bags.
Both airlines use Concourse B (B gates) - US Airways uses gates 15-22; United the rest. Concourse B has gates B15-B37 and B38-B60 on either side of the center, followed by separate gates B80-B95 and B59-B79.
was the 2 hrs lay over in Vancouver would be enough? I'm flying from Edmonton (west-jet airlines) to Vancouver with a connecting flight (china airlines) to Taipei. Thank you in advance.
Yes, that should be enough time. Westjet and China Airlines have an Interline baggage agreement so your bags should be checked through to Taipei and all you have to do in Vancouver is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Thank you zap! I actually flying to Philippines, but I have a stop over in Taipei, Do I still need to check out my baggage in Taipei or it should be going directly to Philippines?
In that case, no, I don't think you will have to claim your bags in Taipei either.