Old Jul 31, 18, 6:54 pm
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Question

Originally Posted by mistermap View Post
If it's a YYZ AC US to domestic connection, don't worry about Nexus. It's generally faster to follow the connection route (OSS) which lets you avoid going landside but has no Nexus. That should work for United to AC domestic too.
Thanks again for all of the help, folks. It now looks like certain good itineraries might involve connections in both directions in YUL or YYZ of 1:10 or 1:20. (We'll just have carry-on bags, FWIW.)

1. Based on mistermap's information, is YYZ better for connecting from US to Canada domestic on out outbound flights?
2. Am I correct in assuming that since we'd go through U.S. immigration (albeit with Global Entry) on our return flights, that takes longer than outbound?
3. Is 1:10/1:20 cutting it too tight?
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