I'm having a little trouble with my vision, diabeties related (computers are great cause I can enlarge the text), so I can't look up the normal days for you. However, I think 8 to 10 days to start laying. A couple to complete developement, a few days up to 2 weeks to complete mating flights, and a couple days to survey her kingdom while the bees get some some cells ready for her. Their attitude changes toward her drastically once she begins mating flights, and sometimes, half the hive will take wing with her for a short distance. I've never witnessed a queen on the landing board, entering or leaving an established colony. I've seen them many times coming and going from mating nucs where the population is small, and observation is much easier.