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DFW minimum connection time intl

DFW minimum connection time intl

  1. Anonymous

    Considering booking a flight to CUN with a return via DFW. Layover would be 122 minutes. I have Global Entry, but she doesn’t (she might get it before then but not sure). We also may choose to fly business/first on the return legs as well.

    Is this a bad idea on my part? I usually say 2 hrs is my absolute minimum connection time on an intl flight. Our return aircraft to ORD is a 777, so I’m assuming we wouldn’t ever have to leave terminal D.

    Thanks!

  2. Gaurav

    Eric, well, it’s over your minimum time and like over the MCT for DFW. If you’re on the same ticket then you’ll be covered if you misconnect. I’d book it.

  3. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 17439, member: 79″]Eric, well, it’s over your minimum time and like over the MCT for DFW. If you’re on the same ticket then you’ll be covered if you misconnect. I’d book it.[/QUOTE]
    [QUOTE=”Eric B, post: 17398″]Considering booking a flight to CUN with a return via DFW. Layover would be 122 minutes. I have Global Entry, but she doesn’t (she might get it before then but not sure). We also may choose to fly business/first on the return legs as well.

    Is this a bad idea on my part? I usually say 2 hrs is my absolute minimum connection time on an intl flight. Our return aircraft to ORD is a 777, so I’m assuming we wouldn’t ever have to leave terminal D.

    Thanks![/QUOTE]
    I did SJO-DFW-ORD, arriving in D, departing in A. I have global entry and did it completely fine, I believe I had about 2.5 hours, but had a lot of extra time

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