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I'm arriving on Southwest and will be leaving for Iceland on Icelandair. What train, level, etc do I take? I need to go the the Icelandair ticket counter to check my bag.
You need to take the train to the main terminal to claim your bag from Southwest then go up to the departure level to check your bags with Icelandair, then go through security and take the train to your departure gate on Concourse A.
I"m flying from SFO to MSP via DEN. I have 50 min layover with frontier airlines. Would LOVE to hop over to B terminal to get food at ModMarket. I have food allergies so it's very difficult to find food I can eat and will be racing from work to catch my flight. that said, I don't want to miss my connection so would rather go hungry than miss my connection! which is the last of the day.
A and B are just concourses. I really doubt you'll have time.
I will be flying into Denver on a Frontier flight getting in at 8:13 am and then leaving out on a Delta flight at 10:29 am to Lax. I have 1 checked luggage. Will I have enough time to catch the Delta flight to LA. Does this mean I will have to pick up my luggage from baggage claim and then recheck it and go back through security.
Yes, you will have to go to the main terminal, claim your bags, re-check them with Delta, go through security and to your departure gate. You have just enough time if everything goes perfectly.
Hi. We are a family of 5 (2 adults, 3 kids) and will need to fly from Denver to NY next July (7/26/17). We live in the UK and therefore, somewhat unfamiliar with internal US flights. Everyone tells me that getting an internal flight in the US is very straight forward but I just wanted to check / ask if there are any suggestions: airlines, cheapest way to book etc, please. We will have 2 days in NY before connecting with a Virgin flight to London.
Separately, my parents are not joining us in NY but leaving us in Denver and having to fly to Chicago to get their connection with Virgin to London (which leaves at 6pm from Chicago O Hare) that same day. I guess the same questions as above: any suggestions please on airlines, etc.
I know its way in advance but would lie to get these sorted ASAP - if that is the most economical way to do it.
United is the only airline that offers a robust schedule to both of those places from Chicago. Note that United flies to New York-Newark and New York-LaGuardia, not New York-JFK. If you absolutely need to fly to JFK then you need to fly JetBlue or Delta to New York, although since you have 2 days, I so no need to limit yourself to JFK. The best way to book is directly from the airlines.
Many thanks for your post.
Sorry, I meant "from Denver" in the first sentence of my response.