Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • New Fodors vBulletin Forum
  • coming soon -- discuss!
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Krakow
  2. 2 Italy with my Teen daughters
  3. 3 Trip Report Lisbon
  4. 4 Trip Report Amsterdam
  5. 5 Trip Report Travelling Iceland
  6. 6 Trip Report Trip Report- UK Gardens in May
  7. 7 [Needed Recs] Cheap, widely available, good wine in Italy?
  8. 8 Moscow Favorites
  9. 9 Trip Report Couscous
  10. 10 Changing Planes at Fiumicino
  11. 11 Majorca 9 days - change hotels during trip?
  12. 12 Tuscany wedding venues for 2
  13. 13 Trip Report Fueled by gluten, caffeine, and alcohol - two weeks in France
  14. 14 SIM Card for London, Belgium, France & Italy
  15. 15 Sarlat & Surrounding Towns Restaurants
  16. 16 Lake Geneva / Great St Bernard Pass / Milan / Naples
  17. 17 Nice/Villefranche/Monaco
  18. 18 Guided Vatican Tours
  19. 19 Liverpool, Cardiff & Salisbury - how would you do it?
  20. 20 Sim card/Amsterdam
  21. 21 BA flights canceled until 18:00 local
  22. 22 Gibraltar United Kingdom
  23. 23 Europe Winter Itinerary
  24. 24 Ibiiza Spain
  25. 25 How much time to allow between arrival at CDG and train departure?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Flying Aer Lingus from Boston to Manchester UK with a stop over Help

Jump to last reply

I am flying Aer Lingus from Boston to Manchester UK. I have a stop over in Dublin. Do I need to collect my bags, go thru customs, re-check baggagae, re go thru security? That is the process when you land in the united states. Dont know if it is the same there. On the way home I am flying Manchester to Boston with a lay over in Shannon. Do I have the same routine there?

When I flew international in the past, we did not have to get baggage at the connecting flight in France (cant remember as a child what my parents had to do for us) but we did have to go thru security again. This is my first time flying international by my self so I am a bit nervous. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

And my tickets were booked all together as one round trip.

7 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement