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Hi, my husband and I will arrive to DFW from LGA at 3:57 pm and need to take our next flight at 5:05 pm to Costa Rica with AA on Nov 4th. Is this enough time?
Yes, that should be plenty of time. The SkyLink train connects all terminals inside security. All you have to do in DFW is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate in Terminal D.
Hi I will be stopping in MIA for 5 hours I am from Lithuania (EU). IS there anything i need to do (get documents, fill in forms etc)
You will need to complete ESTA online prior to your trip.
I am flying from Dubai to Seattle on a 14 hour Emirates flight. The flight arrives in satellite S. My next flight is to Victoria, Canada from terminal C. The layover time is 1h 25 minutes.

I have 2 questions:

1) Would I have to go through any customs? or immigration at Seattle airport? I am only going to be in transit.

2) Is 1 hour 25 minutes layover enough to catch the Victoria, Canada connection? I do have another option where Victoria connection is 6 hours 40 minutes later. I could take that one. I am also traveling with a 4 year old so I will have a stroller. Is it true that to go to S to C, I have to take the train 4 times?

Your thoughts?

Thanks
I want to board a flight via Icelandair through Reykjavik to Canada as a new immigrant. I have the immigrant visa but not yet the permanent resident card, only the COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Residence).

Can I transit in Iceland without a Schengen transit visa?
I am planning to fly from Dublin to Seattle and can use the pre-clearance system, then after a cycling holiday in Usa, I want to visit a friend by flying Seattle to Kelowna in BC, Canada. It seems more efficient to return to Seattle to return to Dublin. As an Irish citizen, I will have to re-enter USA. So, how complicated will it be to re-enter?
Not complicated at all. Irish citizens just have to complete ESTA before their trip. Their second entry is actually easier as all their information will already be in the system.
Purple front with brown/tortoise shell ear pieces, prescription lenses on B concourse or C concourse on Jan. 28, 2014. Flying on Delta.
So you lost it nearly a year ago? Yeah, I don't think you're getting it back.
Is 45 minutes enough time to go from Terminal B (BOS-MIA) to Terminal D (MIA - BERMUDA)? c
I'm confused. You post asking about MIA but this post is in the forum for the Philadelphia airport. Which are you posting about?
If I am at the airport in the morning and my flight doesn't leave until 7:20 pm is there a place I can check my luggage so I don't have to sit at the airport all day?
There are no baggage storage facilities. However, depending on your airline you may be able to check your baggage in the morning if their counter is open. What airline are you flying?
Frontier
Frontier has a 6 AM flight and doesn't have another until a little after noon, so their check-in counter may be closed from 6 AM until about 10 or 10:30.
I arrive from Mexico and would leave to Spain three hours later. Do we need to clear immigraton and customs, or do we bypass and go direct to the connecting flight? I am traveling with American Airlines, both flights on the same ticket.
Yes, you will go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, then re-check your bags at the transfer desk. then go through security and to your departure gate.
Daughter only has 30 Mins to connect from Seattle to HNL flight. At Seatac Airport. Both flights on Delta. Enough Time? THANKS!
It should be enough time, but obviously doesn't leave much time for delays.