I'm planning a trip from Toronto to Hong Kong, with Chicago O'Hare as my first layover.
I would be flying United Airlines from Toronto to Chicago (arriving ORD 11:02am), and Chicago to Beijing (departing ORD 12:55pm).
That affords me 1 hour and 50 minutes to complete the transfer.
My party of two has limited experience with non-direct flights, and was wondering if we would have enough time? Does the fact that we are not entering the United States, but simply connecting, ease the process at all?
My second layover in Beijing is 3hr 15m long, so not particularly concerned about minor delays.
Many thanks in advance!
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