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Connecting through ATL? #321159
06/14/2024 04:24 PM
06/14/2024 04:24 PM
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Simsbury, Connecticut
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Hey Folks,

I am booking flights for our November trip. Flying out of BDL in Connecticut. I try to avoid connecting through MIA. We've had good experiences through CLT in the past, but this time it only leave us 35 min to connect. Delta has flights through ATL with a more comfortable 1hr 15 min layover. I'm not familiar with ATL layout. Anyone have input on connections through there? Many Thanks!


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Re: Connecting through ATL? [Re: shieneehead] #321160
06/14/2024 04:42 PM
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Originally Posted by shieneehead
Hey Folks,

I am booking flights for our November trip. Flying out of BDL in Connecticut. I try to avoid connecting through MIA. We've had good experiences through CLT in the past, but this time it only leave us 35 min to connect. Delta has flights through ATL with a more comfortable 1hr 15 min layover. I'm not familiar with ATL layout. Anyone have input on connections through there? Many Thanks!

With that time window, you should be fine. I connected from DAY in March and had no problems with a similar layover. They have an underground train system to go from terminal to terminal so you would use the Plane Train system.

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Re: Connecting through ATL? [Re: shieneehead] #321253
06/16/2024 08:37 PM
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I've always gone thru ATL and thats about the same time I always had. You should be good...


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Re: Connecting through ATL? [Re: ruralcarrier] #321254
06/16/2024 09:53 PM
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Thank you for the link!


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