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50 minute layover at Berlin TXL

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DH and I are considering a trip to Munich next year using award tix on AA. As all AA frequent flyers know it's best to avoid BA when making award bookings due to ridiculous fees. I found a good schedule using Air Berlin but it involves a 50 minute layover at TXL, and that's on the incoming flight from Chicago. I wouldn't be so worried if it were a domestic flight but of course this involves German customs. Frankly I'm a little surprised this connection is legal but AA's web site displays it.

For those who have made connections at TXL, can you tell me if this is doable? The flight we have booked leaves Berlin at 8:15am, the next leaves at 12:40pm. I'm tempted just to take it and if worse comes to worse we will take the 12:40 flight.

Thanks in advance.

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