How to find your next flight when you’re stuck in an airport transfer
I spent hours trying to figure out how to find my next flight out of a transfer point in an international terminal.
My first flight was to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
The airline’s website showed a transfer for my return flight.
“Transfer from JFK to LHR.”
Then I was redirected to the airport’s transfer screen, which showed me a list of airlines flying from JFK Airport to LHS.
It was hard to navigate through a sea of blue when there were multiple transfers listed.
Eventually, I was able to find a flight to Las Vegas from the terminal, and the rest of the flight was pretty straight forward.
Then, I landed at the LHS terminal and tried to get to the baggage claim area.
I had to use the baggage access and scan to see if I could pick up my checked baggage.
That took about 10 minutes.
Next stop: San Francisco.
At this point, I started to get an inkling that I might have to do a flight in San Francisco and that would take about 10 to 15 minutes.
I was really confused about where I was going.
Once at the baggage claims area, I tried to scan the boarding pass for a flight that would leave at 9 a.m.
When I scanned it, it said, “Transfer from LAX to SF.”
I thought, That’s a bad sign.
San Francisco was a different situation.
After that, I decided to do the same thing.
I scanned the boarding passes at the airport and checked out to the terminal.
I started getting a few more thoughts.
This is crazy.
Why does the airport have a terminal transfer station?
How did I end up at an airport where I had to get my flight to LH?
Why did this transfer station have an icon?
All of these questions came to mind when I saw that there was a terminal on the top of the escalator.
Terminal transfers are a common thing for travelers, and if you have never used them, they can be tricky to use.
A terminal transfer is an airline’s way of transferring passengers from one terminal to another, often with the express intent of getting them on another flight.
The terminal transfer can take several hours or more, and usually requires a terminal employee to do everything from scanning and entering your boarding pass to finding your bag.
Even though it’s not often done, terminal transfers can still be a great way to get you out of airports.
If you’re on a flight, the airline has already set up a transfer station at a given airport.
The terminal transfer will tell you where you can transfer to, where to go, and how much you’ll need to pay.
The airline will also send you a boarding pass, and you can pick it up.
Some airlines require you to do more than a terminal pass.
In most cases, you’ll also have to pay for a seat.
In this case, the terminal transfer was supposed to help me get to LHB.
Terminal transfer stations are located at the terminals at many international airports.
You can also get a terminal card at the boarding gate of a terminal terminal, which lets you get a flight ticket to your destination.
Another option is to have the terminal in the arrivals hall, which is located directly across the street from the airport.
And, of course, the best thing about terminal transfers is that they don’t require you or the airline to check baggage or ask for identification.
The airport transfer will show you how much baggage you’ll be allowed to bring on your flight.