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I give this 50/50 chance at best, especially this time of year. 40 minutes is tight even in the best of circumstances but Newark has lots of traffic, lots of delays and is prone to weather issues (as is Boston for that matter). The United terminals are huge, so it can easily be a 10 minute hike between gates. I never had to go through security while ...


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United has two terminals at Newark, A & C. Your flights are both likely but not guaranteed to land at/depart from C. Even if you do have to transfer, there's a shuttle that does not require you to go through security again. The good news is that if United sold you that connection as a single ticket, it's a legal layover. So even if you do miss the ...


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UA Baggage Rules do apply but the reasons offered by the "accepted" answer are incorrect. Res302 doesn't apply to your journey. For journeys beginning or ending in the USA, the USDoT regulations take precedence over IATA Res302. USDoT requires that the first marketing carrier's baggage policy is applied. In this case, that's segment 1 of the journey, ...


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Unless you can show a high volume of travel (ie elite status on another airline) and are wanting to become a new loyal customer, United will likely not be amenable to waiving its rules. Airlines like to lure customers to be faithful by offering the mileage programs, BUT they are stingy when it comes to awarding miles. Even if you have elite status, they ...



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