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Flying from Chennai (MAA) to Seattle. Change over at London (BA to AA) and at DFW ( AA to AA). Arriving DFW 6.45pm @ Terminal-D and Departing 8.35pm (Terminal not known). Is this 1h50m sufficient for TSA check and catching my connecting flight to Seattle? How is the rowd in evening on Saturday

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    Did you make a mistake on the arrival/departure times or the interval? 8:35 - 6:45 is 1 hr 50 min. – mkennedy Mar 21 at 19:05
  • Yes the interval is 1hr 50 min. Is it too short for Immigration check and to rush to catch my connecting flight to Seattle? – NLPE Mar 22 at 3:56
  • DFW is HUGE, but has a shuttle train and lots of moving sidewalks to make it easy to get around quickly. I haven't gone through Immigration at DFW, but I know you can get to your gate fairly quickly. – gamma_sponge Mar 22 at 15:15
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    I think I only made that connection once, and it was pretty quick, though of course it may vary depending on your status/visa and possibly on variable queues, but IIRC DFW is a breeze compared to MIA for instance. – jcaron Mar 22 at 16:49
  • I would recommend you look at a map in advance. DFW is a large airport and it really helps to know how you plan to get between the gates. dfwairport.com/connect/index.php – Patrick Mar 22 at 20:52
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If the airline sold you that as a single ticket, they have every expectation that the connection time is sufficient to clear all checks.

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    Visiting US first time having B1/B2 visa travelling in American Airlines (Economy class) – NLPE Mar 23 at 6:23

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