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MSP-Roatan Connection

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MSP-Roatan Connection

We have booked a charter vacation through Delta.com from Minneapolis to Roatan with a connection in Atlanta. We have 45 minutes for our connection, we do NOT need to get our bags….we have never had to make a connection because we have always been able to fly where we were going direct. It is the only charter flight available….I’m a bit worried but agent says no problem Atlanta is a breeze to get through.

Do we have a chance at making it? Not sure what other options we have….

Thanks

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1. Re: MSP-Roatan Connection

I'm not familiar with charter vacations. Are you taking a specially chartered private flight, or is this a commercial flight booked through a charter company?

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2. Re: MSP-Roatan Connection

It is commercial....it is when a bunch of people are all going to the same place....now that isn't saying the entire plane from MSP to Atlanta is going to Roatan but are connecting there

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3. Re: MSP-Roatan Connection

You may make it but your bags night not. Id have some clothes et all in s carry on just in case

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4. Re: MSP-Roatan Connection

Gotcha. If all goes as planned you ought to be able to make it, but don't dawdle. If your flight from MSP is delayed, you could have a problem.

Be sure to check the departures board when you arrive, as the gate assignment for your departing flight may have changed.

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