Planning on booking a flight for my parents from Boston to Rhodes via Frankfurt and Athens. While the Frankfurt layover is 2.5hrs, the Athens layover is only 55 minutes. Any information on whether the flight from FRA-ATH (Flight #1282) is generally on time? Would you recommend that alotted time to make the connection?
Also if they miss the connection, due to a delay on Lufthansa's behalf and since this trip is all on the same ticket, what is Lufthansa responsible for? I ask because the flight from ATH-RHO (Flight #5958) is the last of the day meaning they wouldn't be able to leave until the next morning at the earliest.
Let me know what you think, many thanks for your time.
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