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Hello, I am planning on flying Jet Blue from Philadelphia to Boston in the middle of January. The plane should land at 7:30 PM at Logan international and I will have to stop by baggage claim before heading to catch a flight to the Azores which leaves at 10 PM. I'm wondering if this is plenty of time to check bags and go through passport checkpoints, etc?
That's just enough time. All you have to do is claim your bags from jetblue, re-check them with Azores Airlines in Terminal E, then go through security. There is no US Immigration or Customs when leaving the US.
My daughter will be traveling to Spain on a travel abroad program for college. She will need to take a six month supply of prescription medication with her. In pill and cream form. What are the rules for packing and traveling with these medications ? Do they go in carry on or checked luggage?
You can carry as much prescription medication as you need. The Cream will be subject to secondary inspection so make sure she carries the labels that indicate that it is prescription and that it has her name on it.
Thank you for your reply. So I am clear she can take all meds in her carryon bag?
Yes, but she should tell the screener that she has prescription medication over 3.4 OZ before putting her bag in the scanner.