Air Travel Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcements:
  • REPLY ISSUE -- technicians still working on this
    by ibobi Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 14, 17 at 06:58 PM
  • REPLY ISSUE -- please log out and log back in
    by ibobi Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 13, 17 at 07:57 PM
View all Air Travel activity »
  1. 1 http://beinghumanguide.com/greenlyte-forskolin/
  2. 2 Changing Airlines at EWR
  3. 3 $1500 to Europe economy in May- buy now or wait?
  4. 4 JFK international terminal to domestic terminal - how much time?
  5. 5 A horror story about Justfly
  6. 6 WOW bargain not so "wow"
  7. 7 Virgin Atlantic's "Virgin Redhead"!
  8. 8 Layover time in Los Angeles
  9. 9 AerLingus exit row
  10. 10 Global Entry application status question
  11. 11 CDG
  12. 12 Which option
  13. 13 First travel
  14. 14 Changing AA flight date
  15. 15 Advice - Want to sue Lufthansa
  16. 16 Scott's Cheap Flights
  17. 17 Connecting flight in heathrow--2 hours
  18. 18 United Mileage plus upgrade waitlist?
  19. 19 Narita or Haneda from LAX?
  20. 20 LH bid for Premium Economy
  21. 21 Round trip ticket - but skipping return flight
  22. 22 Flying to Montego Bay, need help with connecting flights?
  23. 23 Traveling with two passports, with different names.
  24. 24 Royal Air Moroc Reviews
  25. 25 United or Air France? (Business class)
View next 25 » Back to the top

Newark - connecting international to international flight

Jump to last reply

I have two passengers flying from Lisbon to Montréal, connecting in Newark. The inbound flight (United) and the outbound flight (Air Canada) both operate on Terminal B. I telephoned United and got a man in Mexico who said that my passengers will have to exit Terminal B and then reenter it. I asked him if the passengers simply walked down the concourse to the Air Canada gate, whether they would be refused entry onto the Air Canada flight. He clearly did not know. He gave me two phone numbers to call, one for immigration in Newark that was not in service; and another for the United station in Newark, which rang without answer.

Anybody know what you really have to do, going from one international flight to another international flight on the same Terminal B? And whether there's anybody to call to verify it? I bought the tickets from TAP Portugal because the travel originates in Sevilla (Sevilla > Lisbon > Newark > Montréal). I'm feeling like calling TAP isn't going to produce reliable information either.

Advertisement