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Question about YvR

Wed Jun 27, 2018 2:32 pm

I was trying to find my post from yesterday and appears to be deleted . I am traveling from YvR to Sat in a few hours and connecting in LAX. If I arrive arrive YVR at like 12pm for a 2 pm flight is that enough time to check in, clear pre clearance customs, and security?
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Re: Question about YvR

Wed Jun 27, 2018 2:35 pm

The thread was not deleted. It was simply moved to another section:

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Re: Question about YvR

Wed Jun 27, 2018 2:54 pm

Yes, 2 hours is ample time. Noon is not that busy a time for US flights at YVR, you'll check-in then immediately go through security and immediately after US pre-clearance, I used to typically do the entire process in under an hour before I got Nexus.
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Re: Question about YvR

Wed Jun 27, 2018 3:39 pm

ryanrap1 wrote:
I was trying to find my post from yesterday and appears to be deleted . I am traveling from YvR to Sat in a few hours and connecting in LAX. If I arrive arrive YVR at like 12pm for a 2 pm flight is that enough time to check in, clear pre clearance customs, and security?

As mentioned by zakuivcustom, the thread was moved to the appropriate forum. Sometimes we'll leave a "shadow thread" in the original forum, which indicates the thread was moved, but we use that at our discretion. This thread was similarly moved to the Site Related Forum. It is important for users to review how each forum is used before creating a new thread. You can always ask us if you're unsure, and you can always ask us why something has been deleted, if it has indeed been deleted (moderators@airliners.net).

You can always view your posts, which in this case, would have directed you to the thread in the Travel Forum. Just view your profile by clicking on your avatar image at the top right of the page, then by Total Posts, click "Search user's posts".

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