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  1. Paradise Found

    Will be flying into LAX from Zürich Switzerland, with a 16 hour layover continuing to Montana….Will I be able to get my checked luggage during this long of a lay over? Would like to go to a hotel. I’m assuming I will have to got through customs since it is an International flight

  2. Gaurav

    Hi [USER=5468]@Paradise Found[/USER], welcome. Usually when you enter the US you have get your luggage to clear customs. You can just take it with you and then re-check it when you come back for your connecting flight.

  3. Paradise Found

    Thanks for the quick reply…I thought so but was not sure….Happy Travels

  4. David W

    In ZRH, you should still make sure that your bag is tagged all the way to Montana. At LAX after immigration there [B]might [/B]be a bag drop so that you dont have to think about getting your bag to a different terminal or bag storage (though for a 16 hour layover maybe they wont accept it?)

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