Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Most beautiful building facades and photo ops in Paris
  2. 2 Acorn TV
  3. 3 WB Harry Potter Studios Sold Out
  4. 4 Bridging the gap between US and Europe
  5. 5 Versailles
  6. 6 Choosing a hotel - Campo de' Fiori or Piazza Venezia?
  7. 7 Sicily
  8. 8 Scotland-Looking for itinerary advice for 9 day trip
  9. 9 Scandinavia - By land or by sea?
  10. 10 Gorges du Tarn, accommodation & Activity recommendations
  11. 11 Urgent- Pleaseee HELP - Spain, Italy or France for Xmass and New years
  12. 12 Are St. Chapelle concerts just for tourists?
  13. 13 Rare Curiosity-Piquing Photos From Rome + Thank You
  14. 14 Cote d'Azur--Having Second Thoughts...
  15. 15 Swiss Trip Itineraryand Charges
  16. 16 Trip Report LISBON FOOD NOTES Fall, 2016
  17. 17 Train help for Prague
  18. 18 Brouhaha in Britain Over New 5 Pound Notes!
  19. 19 Germany train help!
  20. 20 4 Days in Amalfi in April - Without a car??
  21. 21 Petrol in Greece
  22. 22 12 Day Central Europe Itinerary
  23. 23 Paris to Orly Airport Public Transport
  24. 24 Where to enjoy Paris
  25. 25 Input desired concerning my Sicily itinerary
View next 25 » Back to the top

British Airways Edinburgh-Heathrow-Philadelphia Layover & Baggage question

Jump to last reply

My sister and brother-in-law will be flying home on British Airways this spring, leaving Edinburgh and flying to Philadelphia, with a short layover in Heathrow. The reservations were made a few months ago, but they've been receiving emails about the times changing, so now they have 65 minutes from landing in Heathrow before catching their flight to Philadelphia.

Is an hour long enough, since they are flying on the same airline, but changing planes? Also, my brother-in-law called British Airways to ask if their luggage would need to be rechecked at Heathrow or if it would be loaded in Edinburgh and sent straight through, and he was told that would be at the discretion of the gate agent. That part, in particular, sounds rather odd to me.

Thanks!

2 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement