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Booking Separate International Flights- Airport Question

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I was considering booking two individual flights, one from Charlotte to Boston, and then a separate flight from Boston to London.

It will be my first time traveling internationally, and there was some things I was confused about.

I won't be checking any bags, just taking a backpack with me. Once I get to Boston, there's 2 hours and 40 minutes between my flights. Is that enough time to get whatever processes done between my flights?

How exactly does the security process work, as far anything that has to be done before traveling internationally? What will I have to do once I'm in Boston, check in wise, etc.?

Thanks in advance for everyone's help.

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