|Quoting nomadic (Reply 2):|
|Quoting RyanAirB737 (Reply 3):|
Thanks, so after passing customs and the baggage "re-check-in" and going up the escalator, did the passenger emerge in Flight Wing One and have to walk through the tube back to the head house, or would the passenger emerge in the head house/main lobby?
|Quoting nomadic (Reply 6):|
Shortly after TWA moved in to T6 they published a rendering of an elevated glass-enclosed walkway, similar to the one Pan Am built between T2 and T3. Unfortunately they retreated back to T5 before it could be constructed.
|Quoting nomadic (Reply 4):|
You would have gone through the underground passage and come out in the main terminal in the domestic baggage claim lobby. For connecting flights you would enter the 'rotunda' and return to either of the two flight wings via the tubes.
|Quoting RyanAirB737 (Reply 9):|
I remember the FIS and international baggage claim area was very dimly lit and dingy. Very reminiscent of a prior era!
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