Help For Connecting Flights

Old Jun 2nd, 2010, 05:39 PM
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Help For Connecting Flights

Hello folks, I am hoping you can help me out with this. my flight:

Tue 29JUNE Delta flight 2576 LV Nashville 1009am
AR Detroit-Metro 1250pm

Tue 29JUNE Delta flight 275 LV Detroit Metro 325pm
AR Tokyo-Narita 525pm#

Wed 30JUNE Delta flight 173 LV Tokyo-Narita 640pm
AR Manila 1010pm

Tue 06JULY Delta flight 630 LV Manila 630am
AR Detroit Metro 1210pm

Tue 06JULY Delta flight 3900* LV Detroit Metro 245pm
AR Nashville 329pm

* operated by Pinnacle Airlines

I just need to know if these Airports are difficult to navigate?, especially Tokyo-Narita? I have never been there....if you guys can think of anything that would make my flight easier i would be very grateful, oh and i'm not checking any luggage..Navigating the Airports is the only thing that worries me.....thanks a million.
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Old Jun 2nd, 2010, 10:26 PM
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You can usually look at terminal maps on the airport's website. For Detroit, click on one of the terminal maps and then click the pdf for a closer view.
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Old Jun 3rd, 2010, 01:47 AM
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I fly through Narita frequently and it's pretty straight forward. I fly UA, but it appears that Delta arrives/departs from the same terminal as United ( Terminal 1), which is easy to navigate IMO (and I'm logistically challenged!).

All connecting passengers have to clear security again, but it's quick and easy.
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Old Jun 3rd, 2010, 01:51 AM
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Forgot to mention that there's usually a sign board showing connecting flights just past the jetway, so you know where your gate is before you even clear security.
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Old Jun 3rd, 2010, 03:10 AM
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I found Narita difficult to navigate. From memory I am sure I thought there were not enough signs in English. I had to line up at at one of the help counters to ask for advice on where to go and once I got that, I was fine. A bit time consuming but I managed fine.
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Have been through NRT on Delta several times and it is quite easy. Signs are clear although the route is somewhat circuitous seemingly. But you should have no problem.
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Detroit will be pretty easy, but you will be walking a long way, especially on the way back, because the CRJ terminal is a LONG walk to the big jets. But, it is easy to navigate if you don't mind walking. And there is always the tram.
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