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I am looking at going to Iceland next year and looking at the plane tickets. There is an Alaska Airlines to Icelandair combination, with a layover in Seattle both coming and going. The layover can range from from 1.5 hours to 6 hours. Does anyone have any experience with going from Domestic to International at this airport and can recommend a minimum time for a layover? Thanks!
We have 50 minutes from arrival on Delta Connection to make our Delta flight to Paris. Is that enough time assuming flights are on time ? Thanks
We need to meet friends at the Main Terminal and stop for breakfast. Where would be a location where they could meet us without them having to go through Security?
Where if the lounge for Icelandair located?
Im traveling to canada for the week and have a connecting flight in Seattle from LA. Do i need to get my bags and get them re-checked? i have a 47min wait.
I'm trying to book my flight from Edmonton to Sacramento. They are giving me a layover of 55 min in Seattle. All flights are on Delta. I don't plan on checking bags. Is this enough time?
I am flying from Köln Germany to SEA and then from SEA to MSO on two separate reservations. My flight from CGN (Eurowings) arrives in SEA at 2 pm and my flight to MSO (Alaska Air) leaves at 3:35 pm... Any tips or suggestions you guys have to help me make my connection?
I also forgot to mention that I have a checked bag.
With checked baggage that connection isn't really possible.
Flying into Seattle with Virgin from LHR, then out to SLC with Delta. Layover time is 1 hour 40, and both trips are on the same ticket. Travelling with hand luggage only. Is this enough time? Assuming I need to clear customs / immigration but with no bags to collect. Thanks
My mother is going to fly Alaska Airlines from Missoula to Seattle, then Seattle (with 6 hours layover) fly Xiamen Airlines to Shenzhen, China. All flights are under one reservation. Will she need to pick up her luggages in Seattle and re-checkin them? Thank you!
If everything is on the same reservation then she won't have to claim her bags in Seattle on the way to Shenzhen.
I will be flying into SEA on Alaska Air, then departing on Delta. Two questions: (1) Will I have to reclaim baggage & recheck it? (2) Is 2 hours enough time for this connection?
Yes, you will have to claim your bags and re-check them. 2 hours is just enough time.