No chance. The Green Line 757 bus seems to take around 1h20m give or take a few minutes, and they're only hourly so if you don't time it well you could be waiting an hour. It's a reasonable walk at Victoria Coach Station to the Tube Station. Then you've got quite a reasonable tube journey to Heathrow of over 50 minutes. Add on time to get through Luton (...
The answer is "No", it's inconceivable.
Five hours would be 50/50.
You can see literally 100s of references on the www...
The absolute minimum time with no contingency between flights that you should contemplate making a transfer between Heathrow and Luton is 4.5 hours.
Added warning: read the whole answer before you read the first lines which discuss road transport.
Rome2Rio says the road part of this journey will take an hour and a half. Going by taxi or private car will halve the time, and double the cost.
Remember that the time estimates do not include time to stand in line to clear immigration and customs at Luton, nor ...
How long should I allow for, to clear Passport control and baggage reclaim ?
Very difficult to predict, but it also doesn't matter.
Assuming you are going into London, you have three options: Heathrow Express, TFL (formerly known as Heathrow Connect) and the Piccadilly Underground Line.
None of these require you to pick a departure time up front. The ...
At the current time, what you're suggesting is not possible.
You will not be granted access to enter the country. Your chances of being issued with a visa for the purpose is very simply non-existent.
Even if you were somehow able to enter the country, you would not be allowed use public transport (including taxis) to transit between the two airports.
Hi all thanks for your answers
The timing does matter, I should have mentioned that I have an onward train Journey from Kings Cross to Newcastle
while I realise I don't need a timed departure from Terminal 2 I do have to catch a specific train at Kings cross as flexi or buying on the day was looking like too much of an expensive option for me.
A friend of ...
National Express Terms and Conditions for Ticket Sales online through
Ryanair.com - https://www.ryanair.com/doc/apt/transfer/LGW.pdf
Receiving your Ticket: Please note, after having made a booking in-path through Ryanair.com, you will receive a ticket via email within 24 hours
If we issue two separate tickets with different PNRs, and the connection flights is within 24 hours, do the travellers still require a transit visa?
That depends a lot on the details. Two different PNRs can be tricky. The troublesome part here is
THEY MUST STAY IN THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSIT AREA OF THE AIRPORT
With two different PNRs you need to collect ...
If you have kids in tow, checked luggage and no Global Entry, I give it less than 25% chance of success. If everything works perfect, you can make it, but the slightest hiccup will make you miss it.
It would help if you post your full itinerary so we can assess wait times and terminal transfer times.
It looks last the flight for JFK->DTW on Delta is ...
Very possibly no. I wouldn't chance it. The key question is whether you booked both legs in one ticket, or separately.
Success depends on lots of factors, among them:
Will the incoming flight land on time? Delays are not uncommon.
What's the load in the airport? Immigration and security could be a metter of 15 minutes or 2 hours.
Do you have luggage? ...
You can take the AirTrain, which seems to be running regularly, at least according to https://www.jfkairport.com/to-from-airport/air-train. The Airport Terminals Loop is the best choice, since it runs clockwise, and has then only one intermediate stop between terminals 4 and 1. Between the terminals, the AirTrain is free of charge.
From Wikivoyage, you have a few options:
The light rail system serves the airport.
Bus AP1 plies a route between the airport and the Barrier Gate. Its route passes through several points on Taipa Island, and it stops at the ferry terminal on the peninsula on the way. It costs MOP$4.20 per passenger, MOP$3 per bag. It has limited provision for baggage, and ...
The least expensive way is to take the M60 from LGA to the Harlem 125th St. stop of the Metro North RR, and take a subway to Penn Station or take the Metro North train to Grand Central Terminal (southbound from Harlem). If you go to GCT, walk 1 mile or take a subway to Penn Station. (The M60 stops in front of every LGA terminal and comes every 10-15 min.) ...